Whether you are in your local fish shop, eating at a restaurant or wanting to catch something yourself, Victoria has a wide variety of great fish and seafood.
If you want to go fishing we have all the information you need. For example, we have details about getting a fishing licence, what you can catch and where you can fish. We can also tell you where we have stocked fish so you will have a better chance of getting a bite.
Fishing is a great recreational activity and is fun for all the family. To ensure future generations have the same opportunities, everyone fishing In Victoria must comply with our fisheries regulations and follow the rules.
We have all the information you need to fish responsibly and lawfully in Victoria. We also have a smartphone app to help you easily access key information from wherever in Victoria you are fishing.
Proposed changes to Murray cod size and bag limit regulations and how to make a submission.
Commercial Fishing Cost Recovery – Fishery-specific forums
The first stage of the new, prospective cost recovery system commenced on 1 April 2014. Forums are currently held across the state for each fishery. Come along and have your say
Portland's Southern BluefinTuna catch
A new study by Deloitte Access Economics estimates the annual value of the recreational tuna catch to the local economy is $7-9 million.
Including live footage from the Portland fish cleaning tables.
Our popular Victorian Recreational Fishing Guide is now available for iPhone and Android.