Victoria's inland waters support healthy populations of trout and redfin, and native species such as golden perch, Murray cod and Australian bass. Yabbies and spiny freshwater crayfish are also popular.
Our bays, inlets and oceans support productive recreational fisheries for snapper, King George whiting, flathead, bream, sharks, tuna, calamari and Australian salmon, most of which are caught with hook and line. Scallops, abalone and rock lobster are also taken by recreational divers.
Proposed changes to Murray cod size and bag limit regulations and how to make a submission.
East Gippsland Reefs to improve fishing opportunities
Eight new reefs have been installed into Lake Tyers, Mallacoota and the Gippsland Lakes.
For the fourth consecutive year, more than 2 million native fish have been stocked to improve inland fisheries.
Recreational forums across Victoria
Come and share your ideas with fisheries managers at 10 public forums in July and August.
New rules limit the number of abalone and shellfish that may be carried any one vehicle.
The State Government is investing $16 million to improve fishing opportunities.