This FREE forum is all about our Native Fish, Environmental Flows, Black Water, National Carp Control Plan, Cold Water, Fish Screening and everything else that is important to natives species. If you are a keen recreational angler you need to attend this forum!
This information is from the experts and scientists BUT in an easy to understand format. Best of all its amazingly interesting information, it’s crazy to see how our native fish behave. I’ve heard all these talks before and as an angler, it is a must!
Get yourself to the Native Fish and Flows Forum!
Environmental Water is a big talking point and Wayne from Oar-Gee Lures is giving away some of his lures at random to people who send in their questions about environmental flows and also attend the night.
Please add your questions about ‘Environmental Water’ to the comment box when you RSVP. Or you can email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Also we need your help to spread the word about this event, please share to as many people as you think would be interested. Below you will find three different versions of promotional material that you can put on other website, Facebook or even print.
I hope to see you all there!
FOR THE FUTURE OF NATIVE FISH
Bidgee Fish & Flows Forum Agenda
|6:15 – 6:25|| Introduction to engaged recreational fishers and this forum and Acknowledgement of Country
— Wayne Lennon, NSW Engaged Recreational Fishers
|6:25 – 6:50|| Floodplains, blackwater and food for baby fish
— Darren Baldwin, Rivers and Wetlands
|6:50 – 7:10|| Water for the environment – it’s about fish…forests…rivers…wetlands and people!
— James Maguire & Paul Childs, Office of Environment & Heritage. Erin Lenon, Commonwealth Environmental Water Office
|7:10 – 7:30|| Fish, flows and other important things like habitat, cold water, pumpscreens.
— Iain Ellis, NSW DPI Fisheries
|7:30 – 8:00||Tea / Coffee|
|8:00 – 8:10|| WANTED! fish under threat
— Luke Pearce, NSW DPI Fisheries
|8:10 – 8:30|| A day in the life of a yellow-belly and Murray cod: grand scale
— Clayton Sharpe, Fish Biology Researcher
|8:30 – 8:50|| Low-down on managing carp
– Matt Barwick, National Carp Control Plan
|8:50 – 9:30||Questions for the speakers on tonight’s presentations|
|9:30||Wrap-up and thanks|
Downloadable Promotion Material for the Bidgee Fish & Flows Forum