Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby 4liters » Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:08 am

Texas wrote:
Queasy wrote:"When the fishery was first opened, the recommendation was to eat no more than three serves of the barramundi per week.
But new guidelines around consuming chemicals ... saw that revised down to one serve per week for adults and one serve per fortnight for children"

Did fishos actually eat the fish caught there? Dunno that I'd be terribly interested in eating fish taken from water that's been circulating through a coal fired power station, and more or less under smoke stacks. Gotta die of something I guess tho...


I wouldn't eat fish out of there
Hazelwood pumped out 100's of 1000's of tonnes of "really bad stuff " per annum
There must be a clean way of using coal, we have virtually an unlimited supply

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There is, it’s just really expensive
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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby Brett » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:20 pm

Victorian Fisheries Authority wrote:Get ready fishos. A new section of Hazelwood Pondage will officially open from 9am tomorrow! Feb 1st

Gippsland Water have permitted access to a 500m stretch of land, which runs alongside the pondage channel where the majority of barramundi now reside.

Some of these trophy fish are longer than a metre and they’re now easier to target than ever before!

These new access arrangements have been funded by our Target One Million plan, which aims get more people fishing, more often.

We’ve been carefully monitoring Hazelwood and can confirm that around 1500 barra have survived the winter and are now confined to the upper reaches of the channel.

They’re actively feeding again in the channel, which has reached 30 degrees, so anglers have a good chance of enticing a strike on a cast lure.

The improvements also include a road, fencing, signs and a new car park, all of which will keep Hazelwood a family friendly option.

To ensure the fishery provides year-round angling opportunities for people of all ages, we will continue to stock rainbow trout in winter. The release of bass fingerlings will also be considered.

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby hornet » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:26 pm

I wonder if boats are allowed in this area or bank fishing only ?

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby Brett » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:36 pm

Not sure, I just copied it from the VFA facebook page.

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby Stumpjumper » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:44 pm

Brett wrote:To ensure the fishery provides year-round angling opportunities for people of all ages, (and the Barra), we will continue to stock rainbow trout in winter. The release of bass fingerlings will also be considered.


HeHe.....fixed for accuracy. How long do they think the Bass fingerlings will last? :rofl:

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby hornet » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:46 pm

They would be awesome fun from a Kayak !



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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby purple5ive » Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:14 pm

hornet wrote:I wonder if boats are allowed in this area or bank fishing only ?




No boats. Landbased only

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby Kimtown » Thu Feb 01, 2018 8:32 am

The Facebook page is so funny

Comments like 'Thanks for moving the Barra to warmer waters so they can survive' and 'have you thought about moving them to blue rock dam'

Looooooool

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby barra mick » Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:11 pm

Kimtown wrote:The Facebook page is so funny

Comments like 'Thanks for moving the Barra to warmer waters so they can survive' and 'have you thought about moving them to blue rock dam'

Looooooool


Thats gold.

What a disaster.

Started with poacher paul and got worse.

Hopefully a few llocal kids can snag a barra before there all gone.

Bm

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Re: Barramundi Finally in Hazelwood

Postby rb85 » Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:46 pm

barra mick wrote:
Kimtown wrote:The Facebook page is so funny

Comments like 'Thanks for moving the Barra to warmer waters so they can survive' and 'have you thought about moving them to blue rock dam'

Looooooool


Thats gold.

What a disaster.

Started with poacher paul and got worse.

Hopefully a few llocal kids can snag a barra before there all gone.

Bm


Hope the same Bm. The fishery never needed a promotion session that stunk of corruption within fisheries vic and future fish.
Let the kids and families enjoy it now.



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