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Welcome to Inland Fisheries, Tasmania

Our mission is to manage Tasmania's inland fishery for the benefit of all anglers, the Tasmanian community and future generations

Latest News

This section features the latest news stories from the Service.
Dec 22, 2013

Winner of the IFS licence promotion boat package

Greg Morrison of South Spreyton is one very happy angler! His name was drawn by Minister Bryan Green this morning 23 December 2013 as the winner of the $22,000 boat and trailer package offered to ...

Dec 22, 2013

Hydro Tasmania warning to anglers at Arthurs Lake

Hydro Tasmania and Marine and Safety Tasmania urge anglers to exercise caution at Arthurs Lake due to high water levels. Levels in Arthurs Lake are significantly higher than usual, which means power ...

Dec 22, 2013

IFS completes Bradys Lake Canal Bay boat ramp improvements

In response to representations from local shack owners and Bradys Lake anglers regarding congestion at the Canal Bay boat ramp the IFS has increased the area available for maneuvering vehicles and ...

Dec 22, 2013

Dee Lagoon Spillway Bay boat ramp maintenance

Maintenance work has commenced on the Spillway Bay boat ramp at Dee Lagoon. Funded by Marine and Safety Tasmania and authorised by Hydro Tasmania the work includes removal of submerged logs from the ...

Dec 17, 2013

Craigbourne Dam closed over Christmas

Tasmanian Irrigation advises that Craigbourne Dam in Tasmania's South East will remain closed over the Christmas period due to the presence of an algal bloom. TI has continued weekly monitoring of ...