Dusky Flathead

Victorian Fisheries has advised your fishing licence fees will fund a new project reviewing the status and biology of dusky flathead populations in Gippsland estuaries.

The one-year project will include one-on-one knowledge surveys with experienced long-term dusky anglers, an online survey and a dusky flathead conference about the fishery, its characteristics, perceptions of anglers and their future aspirations.

The project is one of 15 recently announced worth more than $1 million.

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