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Fishing & boating NEWS | Melbourne & Victoria

Welcome to Fishing Mad “NEWS”. Where we keep you informed of breaking fishing news and headlines around our city and state. This may include emergency outbreaks, upgrades approved in your city, rules and regulation changes and much more. If you would like to contribute to a news post then let us know by emailing us at with specific details about your fishing news and we will gladly look into this for you.

Metro Stonker Trout Stocking Melbourne 2023

Cherry Lake Chemical Spill Fishing Disaster

FishingMad on Channel 31

Sea-Doo FISH PRO 2022 Trophy Scout & Sport announced

New Penn Slammer 4 is here

Daiwa Bait Junkie New colours and sizes

Shimano Tackle Tour 2021 New Products

New Savage Gear Reels SG4 SG6 SG8 SG10

FishingMad on Australian Lure Fishing Podcast

Fishing retail outlets close | Melbourne Covid restrictions

Altona Pier Upgrade Coming | Have your say and design input

Daiwa 2020 Product Showcase Review

Golden Tag fishing competition postponed until further notice

Coronavirus fishing updates Victoria – Is fishing allowed?

Victorian Fishing Licence Fees wont change in 2020-21

Coronavirus fishing restrictions Victoria – Can I go fishing?

FishingMad Feedspot Top 100 fishing resources in the world

Snapper ban in South Australia for 3 years

GoFish Nagambie 2020 Fishing Competition $500,000 Prizes

kayak fishing allowed Coliban, Hepburn, Malmsbury, Lauriston

Trout season opening Victoria 2019 will be epic

Lake Wendouree Pressure to ban recreational fishing

Trout stocking Victoria 2023

Ferntree Gully Quarry Reserve fish stocking

Tullaroop Reservoir open kayaks, canoes & electric boats

Scuba diver tragically killed by speeding boat near Frankston

Tornado hits Lake Purrumbete

Port Fairy Seal attack causes knee jerk reaction for fishing

Barkers Creek Reservoir open to Kayakers

Sanctuary Lakes illegal netting leads to hundreds of dead fish

State election impact on boating and fishing in Melbourne

Yarra factory fire causes water pollution