Read the AAT Minutes General Meeting May 2017 here.
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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.
AAT has received $11,750 funding from the Cradle Coast NRM willow removal on the River Leven and this project is almost completed. Before Removal After Removal
Download the IFS report to AAT here.
Read the AAT Minutes – General Meeting Feb 2017 here.
Membership of the Angling Hall Of Fame is the pinnacle of achievement for an individual’s contribution towards the betterment of freshwater angling in Tasmania. It represents also, the highest level of peer recognition for this achievement. The Hall of Fame comprises members both past and present, who have been awarded Hall of Fame status. Situated [...]
10am Sunday 27 November 2016 Clarendon House, Evandale Present Gary France Chair, Terry Byard Vice Chair, Sheryl Thompson Chair Anglers Hall of Fame, Charles Thompson NWFA, Howard Jones BOD Sports Anglers, Alan Gordon BOD Sports Anglers, John Francis STLAA Delegate, Wayne Bellette Tas Fly Tyers Club, Adrian Hope TFFA, Michael Caminada Independent North, Keith Symons [...]
To download the November 2016 IFS report to the AAT click here.
Anglers Alliance Tasmania is co-ordinating a free Statewide Junior Anglers Day on Sunday 30th October 2016 , giving anglers 17 years of age and under a good chance to catch trout at a number of venues across the state stocked by the Inland Fisheries Service. The day will be a great opportunity for children who [...]
Anglers Alliance Tasmania CODE OF PRACTICE Fishing is our nation’s most popular recreational and sporting activity, and Tasmania boasts some of the world’s best fishing. However, is it our responsibility to ensure the long term sustainability of our magnificent freshwater fisheries, and to protect their sensitive environs. We urge you to support this voluntary Code [...]