AFTER a year of flood-induced hiatus, Shepparton’s local waterways are once again teeming with life and activity. Steve Threlfall, owner of Trelly’s Outdoor Shepparton, a hub for fishing and hunting enthusiasts, is thrilled to see the community back outdoors. “It’s a sight for sore eyes, seeing the locals back fishing after such a long break,” he says.
The promise of better fishing comes hand-in-hand with the much-anticipated cod opening on December 1. Trelly shares, “The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority has promised low and dry banks for the cod opening. Things are looking really good heading into the fishing opening.”
Trelly’s, known for its dedicated team of staff that fish and hunt locally, provides weekly fishing reports for local Shepparton locations such as Waranga Basin, Eildon, The Murray River, Goulburn River, and the Broken River. They also stock a wide range of hunting and camping gear, making it a one-stop-shop for all outdoor needs.
Fishing around Shepparton, with its many popular spots is a pastime enjoyed by many. As the community ventures back outdoors, Trelly and his team at Trelly’s stand ready to support and equip them for their outdoor adventures.
Find them at 209 Corio St, Shepparton or call on 03 5821 6572.