View Full Version : North Pine boating access app. date extended

05-04-2002, 01:01 PM
Due to the closing dates proximity to easter and the current low numbers of applications recieved the closing date for applications has been extended. #If you were thinking about it or just forgot you need to act fast, or the scheme will not be operating this year which will drastically limit the number of fingerlings stocked into the dam. #Most fresh water fisho's already have a Sips but you DO NOT need a SIPs to fish North Pine.

There are also provisions this year for comps etc. to be held if the scheme gets up and running.

Hoping this jogs a few memories and subsequent applications.


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07-04-2002, 11:53 AM
G'Day Simon,
Are you able to let us know what the new closing date is,it supposedly was 29th of last month. Cheers Whitto. :(

07-04-2002, 12:31 PM
Hello Simmon
I am new to the freash water fishing I have been to Summerset Dam And afew others but I would like to know if I am aloud to use a boat with petrol o/b moter at North Pine Dam could you or some one tell me the story?do I need a Special Permit and are Petrol moters aloud?

07-04-2002, 06:14 PM
No Harry, because petrol motors are aloud, they are not allowed. Electric only. There's some real big bass in there, but they can be hard to find.
Here's one.

When is the new closing date Simon??

10-04-2002, 09:42 AM
Sorry for the delay in response had to go to Mackay for a wedding. I think it is until the end of this month but the sooner they are put in the better. I'm sure though that if enough people put in applications they shall be accepted any time after up until the three hundred mark is reached unlikely at this stage. Let you know as soon as I find out.

you can also use paddle power ie. canoe or kayak etc. there maybe some more info very soon on the AUSFISH site but I'm not sure who or when they were going to try and organise this.

10-04-2002, 10:17 AM

The following is an extract from our yet to be published
"RevisedInformation paper".
Conditions of Application for a Permit
Permit applications will be accepted until the maximum number of permitshave been issued.
Applicants must be over the age of 16 years. Applications made by personsunder 18 years of age must be accompanied by a letter of consent from a parent or legal guardian approving their application. In the case where such
an application is successful, that parent or legal guardian will be required to enter into a Deed of Agreement with the PRFMA in relation to that persons permit conditions.

Upon receipt and approval of your application you will be contacted to arrange a convenient time for signing of the "Deed of Agreement", collection of your Access key, boat registration stickers and ID cards.

Submission of Applications:
Applications together with the $100 permit fee and your ID photograph may be lodged by post to:

Pine Rivers Fish Management Association Inc.
PO Box 2203

NOTE: Do not send cash by post. EFTPOS and credit card facilities are not
available. Payment of the permit fee may be made by Cheque or Money Order

Hope this covers most of the questions etc


10-04-2002, 04:07 PM
Wayne is going to try & get an electronic copy of the updated application etc tomorrow. If so, I'll load it up somewhere the same as we did last year for PRFMA.

If it doesn't get here by tomorrow arvo it'll have to wait till Monday, cause I'm off chasing some cod & that tomorrow night.



13-04-2002, 05:32 PM
OK guys,
Just got back from cod fishing, got a few too! :D

Anyway, the PRFMA access application form is on-line at http://www.ausfish.com.au/fitzy/northpine/form.htm

The Information paper is on-line at http://www.ausfish.com.au/fitzy/northpine/info.htm