Boaters to have say on boat ramp management
The state government is encouraging boaters and facility managers to visit Better Boating Victoria’s new website to have their say on how recreational boating infrastructure is managed in our bays.
Minister for Fishing and Boating Jaala Pulford said the new website gives the boating community access to the Port Phillip and Western Port Boating Infrastructure Review Discussion Paper.
“We want to make boating across Port Phillip and Western Port bays better for everyone and it’s vital we get feedback from boaters and facility managers to help us improve the way we manage boating infrastructure.
“I encourage boating facility managers and users, as well industry groups, to take part in the consultation and tell us how we can better manage boating infrastructure in our bays.”
The Discussion Paper has been prepared by Deloitte, who were appointed to undertake the review in September this year.
The feedback received from the discussion paper consultation will inform improvements to boating infrastructure management options.
A summary report outlining the findings from the discussion paper consultation and the next steps in the review will be released early next year.
For more information about the Port Phillip and Western Port Boating Infrastructure Review Consultation, head to betterboating.vic.gov.au.
I would also like to remind everyone to keep those photos coming in of your big catch. Please forward photos to [email protected] with type of fish, weight, length, location and your name.
Also, if you see or suspect illegal fishing activity any time over summer, please call the 24-hour reporting line 13 FISH (13 3474).
A few snapper are being caught offshore
Small flathead are still being caught offshore
Some gummy shark have also been caught
Reports of a few salmon off the beaches
Thanks to the Rusty Anglers Angling Club Anglesea
A few snapper have been caught offshore
A few flathead offshore have also been reported
Some pinkies and trevally have been reported in the river
A few salmon off the beaches being caught
Reports compliments of the Ocean Grove Angling
A few snapper have been reported
Some flathead have also been caught
A few gummy shark have been reported
Some salmon have been reported off the beaches
The usual bream are being caught in Spring Creek
Reports compliments of the Torquay Angling Club
St Leonards is seeing reports of King George whiting, flathead and squid along with a few snapper
Clifton Springs is still reporting snapper, whiting and calamari
Queenscliff producing the odd whiting, trevally and a few flathead and squid
The Creek producing a few trevally and salmon
Swan Bay is still producing calamari and whiting at the entrance of the bay
Point Lonsdale is reporting some salmon, trevally, whiting, snapper and a few squid off the pier
The White Lady reports some whiting, calamari, and the occasional snapper
Indented Head is producing a few flathead, King George whiting and snapper with some calamari and out wide
Remember: If you are an angling club and you wish to let people know what’s going on within your club as well as promote it, email My Big Catch at mybigcatch.com.au and we will post your club news here.