Re: Ryton Bay Development at Lake Coleridge


He sounds like some ‘upper class’ stuck up pom who should bugger off back to his sad country and its classes, we don’t need or want his type around here. I guess the main thing is that there are still accessible lakes being stocked by fish and game – I guess if there are less lakes for fish & game to stock, then they would get more fish?
But it is best to fight these sorts of things early, because if you give these people an inch they might end up taking a lot more than that.
I haven’t found the other forum users on here to be very revved up about fighting for their rights either (I helped fight the pier fishing ban), have you tried ringing fishing clubs? Maybe fish & game could give you some ideas on who could help you.