The Fishing Tas app replaces the Tas Fish Guide app as your one-stop-shop for fishing rules and information in Tasmania. It's also the easiest way for rock lobster fishers to report their catch.
All your favourite features have a new look!
Up-to-date rules for sea fishing
bag and size limits
- Searchable full colour guide to over
150 Tasmanian fish species
Fishing tips, species and habitat descriptions
Interactive fishing maps that work offline
- Fishing gear illustrations and specifications
Boat ramp locations to plan your Tassie fishing trip
- Easiest way to report your rock lobster catch
Recipes and cooking methods for popular species
- Fishing alerts and
Reporting your rock lobster catch
From 1 November 2023, all recreational fishers are required to report their rock lobster catch. The easiest way to report your catch is through the Fishing Tas App.
Fishing maps disclaimer
The maps displayed on this app should be used for reference purposes only, due to the restrictions of GPS technology. The boundaries of fishing restriction areas are indicative only. Refer to the Living Marine Resources Management Act 1995 and the Inland Fisheries Act 1995 and legislation made under those Acts for specific boundary descriptions. The maps in this application should not be used for navigation purposes.
About the app
The Fishing Tas app is a guide to Tasmania's rules for recreational sea fishing. It does not replace the Living Marine Resources Management Act 1995 or the legislation made under it. For further information on fishing rules, visit the Legislation and Management page.