Recreational fishers cast net on Crown grazing licences ahead of state election

Laura Carolina Corrigan
Annabelle Cleeland
By Laura Carolina Corrigan, and Annabelle Cleeland
Updated May 3 2022 - 10:30pm, first published 10:27pm
Licence risk: Kiewa Valley farmer Belinda Pearce organised a rally in Melbourne last year protesting the camping rules. Photo by Mark Jesser.

Recreational fishers are lobbying the state's political parties to revoke grazing licences to farmers who obstruct the public's access to Victorian waterways.

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Laura Carolina Corrigan

Laura Carolina Corrigan

Podcast Producer/Journalist

Laura produces ACM's multi-award winning podcast Voice of Real Australia, and the mini-series Forgotten River. For stories from beyond the big cities, find them on your podcast app. Follow Laura on Twitter: @LaOOraC

Annabelle Cleeland

Annabelle Cleeland is a Stock & Land journalist. She has worked at Australian Community Media for more than a decade serving in a number of roles including editor, senior journalist and national sheep & wool writer. She runs a fine Merino wool property with her young family in North-East Victoria.