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New Pro News on the upcoming new Infeet rods and Gekkabijin MX2004 reels.
Also check out Warren Keelans review on the TMZ-I for south coast bass. Click here.
The new Saltiga jigs will be available this winter. For more information click on the following links.
Saltiga Sacrifice II Stick – click here
Saltiga Sacrifice II Stick SL – click here
Native fish hatchery to improve recreational fishing
Victoria’s new native fish production facility at Snobs Creek will significantly boost the supply of fish for restocking, Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh said today.
Opening the new hatchery this morning, Mr Walsh said the Baillieu Government was committed to improving opportunities for Victoria’s recreational fishers.
“The completion of this $1.9 million project will allow for a significant increase in the production of traditional recreational fishing species such as Murray cod and golden perch,” Mr Walsh said.
“It will help replenish native fish stocks in our rivers and lakes and provide future opportunities for recreational fishing.
“Importantly, the new native fish hatchery will also expand our capacity to breed endangered fish such as trout cod and Macquarie perch.
“The upgrades have seen a series of new ponds built to accommodate brood fish, three new plankton ponds for juvenile fish and an eco-friendly wetland for the treatment of effluent water.
“It also includes new state-of-the-art facilities for incubating and rearing native fish.”
Mr Walsh said the new native fish facilities complemented the trout and salmon production capacity at Snobs Creek.
“The Coalition Government has approved the allocation of funding to expand and upgrade the Snobs Creek trout hatchery,” Mr Walsh said.
“About $218,000 has been allocated from revenue raised through the sale of recreational fishing licences to buy fish tanks, a fish counter and fish grader as well as increasing water flow and oxygen supply to the salmonid hatching house.
“The funds will also be used to secure the supply of up to 140,000 yearling trout (mainly brown trout) to stock drought recovery waters over the next two years.”
Mr Walsh said the Coalition Government recognised the importance of recreational fishing to Victoria’s economy and was committed to ensuring a healthy future for the industry.
Daiwa Australia is thrilled to announce that we have just recieved the last of the original Saltiga Z reels that were manufactured including the following sizes Z4000, Z4000H, Z4500, Z4500H and Z5000.
These will be offered by stores at bargin prices. So if you want one of the reels that set the standard for the ultimate strength in spinning reels or wish to enquire about pricing please contact your local Daiwa Tournament dealer asap.
This offer does not apply to the following series – Saltiga 2010, Saltiga S-Extreme, Saltiga Dogfight and Saltiga Expedition.
Daiwa is glad to announce that the new Saltiga 4000 and 4000H has just landed in the country and will be shipped to customers during this week. Due to the earthquake in japan the reels delivery was delayed.
For more information on the new Saltiga click here.
Japan is slowly recovering, with transport and shipping ports being closed since the earthquake, we are glad to announce that as of wednesday this week Daiwa Japan has been able to begin shipping products to its subsidaries across the world. Daiwa Australia’s new stock of the much anticipated Saltiga 4000 and 4000H is now on the way and will arrive in the country early next week. Business is still far from normal in Tokyo with electricity, water, fuel and other amenities still being rationed but hopefully this will return to normal in the near future. Our thoughts are still with Japan and we all hope for a speedy recovery.
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