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Keep on casting… when COVID-19 is gone

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Tackle World Bundaberg has outlined current government C0VID-19 restrictions for boaties.

Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 situation, our Fishing Report for this week is based around information rather than what’s biting at the moment.

Fishing and essential boat use to continue

Effective Tuesday 31 March 2020

Queenslanders can still take their boats out – but only if they are catching fish for their family to eat or “essential” travel.

Find out more about the Queensland Cabinet and Ministerial Directory here.

Sunwater impoundments

CLOSED – Effective Tuesday, 31 March, 2020.
Find out more here.

SEQwater lakes

CLOSED – Effective Thursday, 26 March, 2020
Find out more from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries here.

Unfortunately, this means that recreational boating is off the agenda for everyone until further advised.

As boaties ourselves, we appreciate that this is hard to accept, but we also appreciate that unless we all do the responsible thing then we are potentially prolonging the duration of the restriction, not to mention putting ourselves and others at risk.

We urge you all to do the right thing and stay safe.

Keep on casting, when COVID-19 is gone!
Shane Anderson
Tackle World Bundaberg


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