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Crugnale MEDIA RELEASE Come N Try Beach Fishing at Inverloch

Post by fishingvic » Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:18 am

Crugnale MEDIA RELEASE Come N Try Beach Fishing at Inverloch

MEDIA RELEASE
P 03 5672 4755 E Jordan.Crugnale@parliament.vic.gov.au
OFFICE 9 McBride Avenue, Wonthaggi VIC 3995
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
COME ‘N’ TRY BEACH FISHING AT INVERLOCH
10 October 2019
Youngsters keen to learn all about beach fishing are being encouraged to get involved in a free fishing clinic at Inverloch on National Gone Fishing Day.
Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale said Come ‘N’ Try Beach Fishing will teach newcomers the basics, such as where to find fish and bait, what bait to use, species to target, how to rig up, cast and fish safely.
The event is run by the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) and funded by the second phase of the Andrews Labor Government’s Target One Million plan.
All fishing gear and bait are provided on the day, with expert advice and guidance from Adam Ring from the Talking Fishing show, Fishcare Victoria and the Anderson Inlet Angling Club.
Victoria’s southern surf beaches offer wonderful fishing opportunities for species like Australian salmon, mullet and flathead. Kids will get a chance to source their own bait themselves by learning how to use bait pumps for bass yabbies.
National Gone Fishing Day is the only day in the year people can go fishing without a licence, so everyone throughout in Victoria can give it a go for free.
The event is located at Anderson Inlet Angling Club, The Esplanade, on 20 October from 9.30am – 2pm.
For more information visit vfa.vic.gov.au/beachfish
Quote attributable to Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale
“Come ‘N’ Try Beach Fishing is a fantastic way to get youngsters outdoors, learning a new skill and perhaps catching a new hobby while they’re at it.”
‘The best part about fishing is not the catch itself – that is a bonus, it’s being outside, in the natural environment, sitting still, taking it all in and for kids it’s quality time with their friends and family’
ENDS
Media Release
Jordan Crugnale MP
STATE MEMBER FOR BASS 2 of 2
Images:
 Jordan Crugnale MP fishing with Jason Hempseed and his daughters Ava & Georgia along with Nhiem Lam and daughter Alison
 Minister Jaala Pulford with Jordan CrugnaleMP, President of the Anderson Inlet Angling Club, June Laycock and local fishing enthusiasts



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Re: Crugnale MEDIA RELEASE Come N Try Beach Fishing at Inverloch

Post by hornet » Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:30 am

"National Gone Fishing Day is the only day in the year people can go fishing without a licence"

This should be a public holiday IMO, why not ? we have one for the footy grand final eve.

Vote 1 hornet for prime minister I'll make it happen. :tu:
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Post by rb85 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 7:22 pm

A local Wonthaggi fishing legend by the name of Alan Mc Fayden went by the alias King George used to write a lot of reports for Vic Fishing monthly. Not sure if Alan is still with us but he used to post reports on the old fish victoria site I believe as well as Vic Fishing monthly and the local papers.
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Post by smile0784 » Fri Oct 11, 2019 3:37 am

hornet wrote:
Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:30 am
"National Gone Fishing Day is the only day in the year people can go fishing without a licence"

This should be a public holiday IMO, why not ? we have one for the footy grand final eve.

Vote 1 hornet for prime minister I'll make it happen. :tu:
Here here for hornet.
Great idea mate

I think they should incorporate more licence free days into there target 1 million plan over summer. Get more people out there

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Re: Crugnale MEDIA RELEASE Come N Try Beach Fishing at Inverloch

Post by smile0784 » Fri Oct 11, 2019 3:43 am

fishingvic wrote:
Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:18 am
Crugnale MEDIA RELEASE Come N Try Beach Fishing at Inverloch

MEDIA RELEASE
P 03 5672 4755 E Jordan.Crugnale@parliament.vic.gov.au
OFFICE 9 McBride Avenue, Wonthaggi VIC 3995
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
COME ‘N’ TRY BEACH FISHING AT INVERLOCH
10 October 2019
Youngsters keen to learn all about beach fishing are being encouraged to get involved in a free fishing clinic at Inverloch on National Gone Fishing Day.
Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale said Come ‘N’ Try Beach Fishing will teach newcomers the basics, such as where to find fish and bait, what bait to use, species to target, how to rig up, cast and fish safely.
The event is run by the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) and funded by the second phase of the Andrews Labor Government’s Target One Million plan.
All fishing gear and bait are provided on the day, with expert advice and guidance from Adam Ring from the Talking Fishing show, Fishcare Victoria and the Anderson Inlet Angling Club.
Victoria’s southern surf beaches offer wonderful fishing opportunities for species like Australian salmon, mullet and flathead. Kids will get a chance to source their own bait themselves by learning how to use bait pumps for bass yabbies.
National Gone Fishing Day is the only day in the year people can go fishing without a licence, so everyone throughout in Victoria can give it a go for free.
The event is located at Anderson Inlet Angling Club, The Esplanade, on 20 October from 9.30am – 2pm.
For more information visit vfa.vic.gov.au/beachfish
Quote attributable to Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale
“Come ‘N’ Try Beach Fishing is a fantastic way to get youngsters outdoors, learning a new skill and perhaps catching a new hobby while they’re at it.”
‘The best part about fishing is not the catch itself – that is a bonus, it’s being outside, in the natural environment, sitting still, taking it all in and for kids it’s quality time with their friends and family’
ENDS
Media Release
Jordan Crugnale MP
STATE MEMBER FOR BASS 2 of 2
Images:
 Jordan Crugnale MP fishing with Jason Hempseed and his daughters Ava & Georgia along with Nhiem Lam and daughter Alison
 Minister Jaala Pulford with Jordan CrugnaleMP, President of the Anderson Inlet Angling Club, June Laycock and local fishing enthusiasts
It's a great idea but I didn't think inverloch was fishing that well lately

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