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Bronte Lagoon drawdown extended

07-03-2012

Hydro Tasmania have experienced some delays during the maintenance work on the Bronte Canal. Work was originally scheduled to be completed on 9 March however this has now been extended until 16 March. A return to service date is still to be determined therefore low lake levels in Bronte Lagoon will continue until the 16th March at the earliest. Any questions should be directed to the Project Manager, Andrew Rumsby on 1300 360 441.

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Corporate Clean Up Australia Day 2012

Corporate Clean Up Australia Day 2012

01-03-2012

Staff from Inland Fisheries Service participated in the CorporateClean Up Australia (CUA) business clean up day on Tuesday 26 February. Areas targeted for the clean up effort were popular fishing locations including Lake Binney, Tungatinah Lagoon, Arthurs Lake, Cluny Lagoon, Lake Repulse, Lake Meadowbank, Wayatinah Lagoon and Lake Catagunyah. IFS would like to encourage all anglers to get involved in CUA day on Sunday 4 March and clean up their favourite fishing spot.

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Speed Alert Signage for Woods Lake Road

Speed Alert Signage for Woods Lake Road

28-02-2012

Inland Fisheries Service with the generous support of Hydro Tasmania, has recently installed safety advisory signage along the length of the recently upgraded Woods Lake Road.

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Boat Launching Improvement at Bronte Lagoon

Boat Launching Improvement at Bronte Lagoon

28-02-2012

Work on the construction of a dual lane concrete boat ramp and floating pontoon is well underway at the Bronte Lagoon dam wall site.

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Results from Day Two of the Tasmanian 2012 Commonwealth Fly Fishing Championships

Results from Day Two of the Tasmanian 2012 Commonwealth Fly Fishing Championships

17-02-2012

Australia’s Gold Team is still in the lead after day two of the Commonwealth Fly Fishing Championships being held in Tasmania, followed by Northern Ireland and England. With one morning’s fishing left on the final day of the Championships, Australia has a very good chance of a medal.

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