If you love fishing, then at some point in your travels, you might want to ‘wet a line’.
Recreational fishing rules vary from State to State and cover species that can be caught, bag limits and whether or not you need a fishing licence.
Regulations ensure that certain species are not overfished…ensuring plenty of stocks for future anglers, and in many States the proceeds from the sale of fishing licences is used to fund restocking programmes.
Before you head out, make sure you check the regulations with the appropriate fisheries department in that State and purchase any required licences first.
For information on each State or Territory’s rules, just go to the links below:
- Queensland – www.daf.qld.gov.au/fisheries/recreational/rules-regulations
- NSW – www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/fisheries/compliance
- Australian Capital Territory – www.environment.act.gov.au/cpr/fish/recreational_fishing_in_the_act/fishing_in_the_act
- Victoria – www.depi.vic.gov.au/fishing-and-hunting/recreational-fishing
- Tasmania (sea fishing) – http://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/sea-fishing-aquaculture/recreational-fishing
- Tasmania (inland fishing) – http://www.ifs.tas.gov.au/
- South Australia – www.pir.sa.gov.au/fishing
- Western Australia – www.fish.wa.gov.au/fishing-and-aquaculture/recreational-fishing/Pages/default.aspx
- Northern Territory – www.nt.gov.au/d/Fisheries/recreational/index.shtml
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