Where To Fish In The Holidays

02:42' 07-12-2018
One of the best ways to get out in the open air with family is to take a fishing trip. The good news is you don’t have to go far, because there are plenty of good fishing spots in the suburbs of Melbourne.

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    The State Government, often in partnership with local councils, supports fishing for fun, and is aiming for a million fishers in Melbourne by 2020.

    You need to pay for a Victorian Recreational Fishing Fee. A 3-day licence costs $10, or you can get a 3-year licence for $93. Apply for a licence at the Victorian Fisheries Authority at vfa.vic.gov.au/recreational-fishing/fishing-licence.

    Here are some of the best places to go fishing.

    • Brimbank Park in Keilor West is regularly stocked up with trout, bream, garfish, salmon and carp. It is perfect for children, and also a favourite spot for bushwalkers.
    • Dandenong Creek at Jells Park, Wheelers Hill, has many piers where you can fish for eel and carp.
    • Werribee River Park is suitable for trevally, bream and flathead. Note that vehicle access to the park changed in October. Enter from Geelong Road into River Walk Estate via New Market Road, and turn right into Farm Road.
    • Near Herring Island, beneath Punt Road bridge, you can catch giant mulloway, but you'll need a strong line.
    • If you want to get a little outside Melbourne, try Warrandyte State Park for trout, Macquarie perch, cod and yabbies.

    For a much wider range of fishing spots, visit www.melbournewater.com.au/community-and-education/recreation/fishing-spots.   

    For helpful information, visit vfa.vic.gov.au/recreational-fishing/recreational-fishing-guide.

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