Two men have received fines for a number of hunting related offences committed in Shelley near Tallangatta last year.
The Victorian Government has announced increased funding to the Game Management Authority to ensure hunting remains safe, responsible and sustainable this hunting season, and in future seasons.
The Game Management Authority (GMA) has today outlined the arrangements for the 2019 duck hunting season including changes to the season length and the daily bag limit.
Five men have received more than $8000 worth of fines, have had a firearm and spotlights forfeited and have received convictions for a number of hunting-related offences and a driving offence in the Alpine area of Victoria.
Two men from Mansfield and a man from Taggerty were recently charged for allegedly committing a number of firearm offences in the Eildon area.
Game Management Authority (GMA) Game Officers, Victoria Police and DEWLP Forest and Wildlife Officers teamed up on the weekend to target illegal deer spotlighting at Mt Cole near Ararat.
Three men are set to face court and have had hunting equipment seized for allegedly committing a number of hunting and firearm offences in Tallangatta near Albury last Saturday.
Game Management Authority (GMA) Chairperson Brian Hine today announced the appointment of Mr Graeme Ford as the new Chief Executive Officer for Victoria’s hunting regulator.