BOB Katter's Australia Party is set to announce candidates in each of Tasmania's five federal electorates next month.
The party's national director, Aidan McLindon, said the response to the party's call for nominations from Tasmania had been successful.
"There's been a steady flow of applications coming in," Mr McLindon said.
The national executive will meet on February 11 to approve the first batch of candidates.
Mr McLindon said interest was growing in the party, formed by Queensland independent MHR Bob Katter last year.
He said about 20 new Tasmanian members had signed up in the past month alone, and he attributed the membership boost to the maverick MP's recent visits to Tasmania. Mr Katter is expected to return to the state in the next two months.
The party also plans to put three names forward to fill Tasmania's Senate positions.
Last week's ReachTEL poll, conducted for The Examiner, found there was little support for Mr Katter's party in the Northern seat of Bass, at just 1.8 per cent.