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Pine Rivers Fish Management Association

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Viking Kayaks Present the Esprit Kayak with Fishkit 

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Pine Rivers Fish Management Association Inc.

The PRFMA is a voluntary, community-based fish-stocking group whose objectives is, amongst other things, to undertake fish stocking of Lake Samsonvale and Lake Kurwongbah to improve the lake as a recreational fishery for the benefit of the general public.

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11th March 2014 celebrations at the John Oxley Reserve Hall - Murrumba Downs - for the 21st Anniversary of the Pine Rivers Fish Management Association (PRFMA)

The PRFMA is a  not for profit Association and during the past 21 years the PRFMA has purchased and released in excess of 2,300,000 native fish fingerlings into Lake Samsonvale and since 2007 over 310,000 fingerlings into Lake Kurwongbah.

 

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Tempo Fisherman XS Single Fishing Kayak

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Meetings

   NEXT MEETING TUESDAY 5th May, 2015

MEMBERS AND GUEST WELCOME
 
START TIME       7.00 pm
 
WHERE              JOHN OXLEY RESERVE - Sporting & Recreation Complex     
                          1 Ogg Road                                                      
                          MURRUMBA DOWNS     QLD    4503
                                           

 

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Viking Kayaks Present the Profish 45 Fishing Kayak

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BOATING ACCESS SCHEME PERMITS

BOATING ACCESS SCHEME - LAKE SAMSONVALE 2014 – 2015

The 2014 / 2015 Boating Access Permit season will be from

1st September 2014 to 31st August 2015.

Permit applications for the 2014 / 2015 season are now available

INDIVIDUAL PERMIT:               $110.00

FAMILY PERMIT:                      $150.00

To apply for a Boating Access Permit, please refer to the Boating Access Page (click on the link listed on the LHS of this page)

Download and read carefully
 
          1          BAS Information Paper 2014 / 2015
          2          Lake Samsonvale – Bas - Terms and Conditions "Rules of Permit

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Viking Kayaks Present the Nemo 2 Plus 1 with Fishkit

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PRFMA continue to restock Lake Samsonvale and lake Kurwongbah to everyone's benefit.  In particular the restocking of Lake Kurwongbah has been made possible through a commitment to recurrent funding by the Moreton Bay Regional Council. We thank the MBRC for their commitment to making Lake Kurwongbah an exciting new fishery in the region.

STOCKING UPDATE

LAKE SAMSONVALE

175,000 Australian Bass Fingerlings were released in Lake Samsonvale on Saturday 6th December, 2014.

The release was well attended by PRFMA Members, Boating Access Scheme Permit Holders and three (3) local Politicians – Trevor Ruthenberg MP Kallangur – Seath Holswich MP Pine Rivers – David Dwyer Councillor Moreton Bay Regional Council.

The Australian Bass fingerlings were supplied in excellent condition by Hanwood Fish Hatchery.

9 Vessel and their occupants (15) participated in releasing approximately half the fingerlings via the scatter release method whilst at Boral Landing the balance were released via the spot release method by 20 Volunteers.

OUR THANKS AND APPRECIATION GO TO ALL THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED IN A VERY SUCCESSFUL RELEASE

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40,000 Australian Bass Fingerlings were released in Lake Samsonvale on Thursday 18th December, 2014.

The Australian Bass fingerlings were supplied in excellent condition by Hanwood Fish Hatchery.

This delivery of 40,000 Australian Bass Fingerlings will be funded by the Sale of the PRFMA Transportation Trailer

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LAKE KURWONGBAH

Saturday 10th January, 2015

21,000 Australian Bass Fingerlings together with 10,000 Golden Perch Fingerlings were released into Lake Kurwongbah. The Fingerlings were supplied, in excellent condition and size, by Hanwood Fish Hatchery  - Murgon