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Planning

Fishery Management Plans have been prepared for a number of waters such as Great Lake, Western Lakes and Penstock Lagoon and the whitebait fishery. An overarching 10 year plan has been developed for the State’s recreational fishery.

IFS Planning

Fishery Management Plans have been prepared for a number of waters such as Great Lake, Western Lakes and Penstock Lagoon and the whitebait fishery. An overarching 10 year plan has been developed for the State’s recreational fishery. Copies of these plans are available via the links below.

The Tasmanian Inland Recreational Fishery Management Plan is an overarching plan that sets the direction for the fishery in inland waters for the next ten years. The primary focus of the plan is the recreational trout fishery but other important issues such as the management of native fish and threatened species conservation are also addressed. Through the Plan, the Service has provided a clear, focussed approach to the management of the fishery and ensured a consensus on the direction being taken.

The plan is for anglers, key stakeholders and anyone with a particular interest in the fishery. It is also providing the Service with a blueprint for future management decisions. Copies of the Plan are available from the Service or you can download a copy by clicking on Tasmanian Inland Recreational Fishery Management Plan 2008-2018.

Fishery Management Plans

 Title   Date   Size 
File Great Lake Fishery Management Plan - 2004 Jul 05, 2017 750.2 kB
File Issues Paper: Proposals for the Tasmanian Inland Recreational Fishery Management Plan 2018-28 May 22, 2017 558.8 kB
File Penstock Lagoon Fishery Management Plan - 2006 Jul 05, 2017 218.2 kB
File Tasmanian Inland Recreational Fishery Management Plan 2008-2018 Jul 31, 2008 744.6 kB
File Western Lakes Fishery Management Plan - 2002 Jul 05, 2017 654.0 kB