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Ingram Wild Caught Fisheries

Ingram Wild Caught Fisheries We are a family owned business located in Gippsland Victoria with over a combined 45 years experience in the fishing industry in Australia. Our current markets are in wild caught live Australian short fin (Anguilla Australis) long fin (Anguilla Reinhardtii) and carp (Cyprinos Carpio).

Australian eels come from a highly regulated and sustainable fishery and are not considered threatened or endangered. We are privileged to be able to work in the pristine waters of the Gippsland Lakes, which consists of three Lakes all connecting together ending up at Lakes Entrance, were they flow into ocean waters, giving the lake system a continual flow of fresh healthy water ways. We are AQUIS

Australian eels come from a highly regulated and sustainable fishery and are not considered threatened or endangered. We are privileged to be able to work in the pristine waters of the Gippsland Lakes, which consists of three Lakes all connecting together ending up at Lakes Entrance, were they flow into ocean waters, giving the lake system a continual flow of fresh healthy water ways. We are AQUIS

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Gippsland Times
19/08/2019
Gippsland Times

Gippsland Times

Something fishy is happening near Briagolong, and it's transforming rivers across Victoria and New South Wales.
From a small farm on the other side of Stratford, thousands of tiny native fish are being bred as "re-stockers" to reinvigorate some of the states' depleted waterways.

The Weekly Times
17/08/2019
The Weekly Times

The Weekly Times

Experts clash over concerns carp-killing koi herpes could cross to other fish species such as Murray cod and other native fish exports.

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ABC Gippsland
06/07/2018
ABC Gippsland

ABC Gippsland

CARP HERPES VIRUS CONCERN AT HOME AND ABROAD 🐟

Scientists and commercial fishermen say Australia's rollout of a carp virus is being rushed through, affecting some Australian fish exports.

There are concerns the virus could travel to other countries including Papua New Guinea where carp are valued as a food source.

Gippsland commercial fisherman John Ingram, who harvests carp for international markets, says just talk of the potential release of the virus was damaging his business.

"Our export business has been halted," Mr Ingram said.

"We're dealing with people in Poland on export orders of the trunks and roe and as soon as talk of the virus came out, everything's just been put on hold," Mr Ingram said.

National Carp Control Plan Coordinator Matt Barwick says it is considering risks to international trade as part of its research.

Ingram Wild Caught Fisheries

Address

76 Somerton Park Road
Cobains, VIC
3851

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4pm
Tuesday 8am - 4pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
Friday 8am - 4pm
Saturday 8am - 4pm

Telephone

0438 696 652

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They didn’t get it quite right! 😜