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10am Sunday 13 August 2017 Campbell Town Hotel, Campbell Town Present Gary France Chair, Terry Byard Vice Chair, Michael Caminada Exec Committee , John Broomby Exec Committee, Denis Edwards Exec Officer, Adrian Hope Tas Fly Fishing Assoc., Sheryl Thompson, Charles Thompson NWFA, Nick Baldock President NWFA, Mark Rockliff Ulverstone Angling Club, Michael Caminada Independent North, [...]
Last week, IFS and AAT staff ,with buoys kindly supplied by MAST, set up the recommended outboard motor corridor for Penstock Lagoon and the recommended outboard motor free zone at Little Pine Lagoon. Boat users are asked to familiarize themselves with these arrangements to help protect the fragile weed beds which characterize [...]
The South Esk River Anglers Access project has been successfully completed by the IFS with a $60,000 grant to the AAT from the Tasmanian Community Fund; it was launched by Minister Rockliff on Sat 5th August 2017 on the river at Hadspen . The brochure is can be downloaded from the AAT and [...]
Saturday14th Oct 2017 9am to 4pm Great Lake Community Hall Join Fly Tyers from around the State demonstrating the Art of Fly Tying. See displays of: Kids tying table ( come and see 10 year old Kobie Lambert, a wiz kid of Fly Tying ) Rod Building Entomology Material Dying Demonstration Photography exhibit Belt buckle art Taxidermy Trade [...]
Download information about the Master Games here. The Masters Games needs a note - Volunteer Controllers are needed for this event , if you are interested please contact: Adrian Hope 0417 136 959 Wayne Bellette 0418 138 672 or Malcolm Crosse 0429 870 550
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear from local, state and interstate experts about the importance of fish habitat, and how you can get involved in hands-on, local projects to improve fish habitat.
To download Inland Fisheries Service report to AAT please download the PDF here.
Read the AAT Minutes General Meeting May 2017 here.
AAT has been successful with a $48,000 grant from the Community Infrastructure Fund for the construction of toilets at Penstock and Bronte Lagoons. This project should be completed during the 2017/18 fishing season.