A hearty welcome to the Tuross Head Fishing Club!

Home of the annual Tuross Head Flathead & Bream Tournament.


Tuross Head Fishing Club is a sub-club of the Tuross Head Country Club and is one of the biggest fishing clubs on the South Coast of
New South Wales. At Tuross,
the opportunity exists to fish estuaries, rock, beach, lake and offshore. We hope you enjoy casting your eye (pun intended) over our website... who knows, perhaps we’ll ‘catch’ you on the water ;)

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Don't forget our Australia Day BBQ lunch at Goat Island from around 11am tomorrow BYO food drinks & chairs, it is going to be a great day everyone is welcome so come along and celebrate Australia Day with us ... See MoreSee Less

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Sand moving equipment has been on site at the Tuross boat ramp with the plan of removing the sand from the Tuross River to improve boating access/safety.

Council and Marine Parks recently inspected the river on two days (at low tide) but unfortunately the tide was not low enough to provide access (as permitted by Marine Parks) to remove the sand!

Council require a very low tide to get access across the sand bank to remove the sand. A bit of a pain unfortunately! Marine Rescue may get a few assistance calls!
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Fish Attracting Device (FAD):
Last week it was the new FAD for Narooma. Location is available on DPI Fisheries web site.

Angel Ring:
Narooma Sport and Game Fishing Club president Les Waldock lobbied Australian National Sportfishing Association’s for a new angel ring, or life buoy, at the newly refurbished Apex Park boat ramp. It joins the four 'angel rings' already keeping swimmers and boaters safe around Wagonga Inlet and our beautiful coastline.

The angel ring program was started in the 1990's by fishermen from Australian National Sportfishing Association installing them on dangerous rock fishing locations. Installations quickly accelerated around NSW and now Australia wide.

Narooma Sport and Game Fishing Club president Les Waldock said they had a fantastic record of saving lives, being thrown to those in need, in the water and supporting the swimmer until assistance arrives.

The other Narooma area angel rings are positioned on both north and south breakwaters at the bar entrance to Wagonga Inlet, the south end of Bar Beach, on the rocks below the Narooma golf course.

The Tuross area meanwhile is also set to get a few more angel rings if a few public liability issues can be overcome. The Tuross Head Fishing Club on its website says it has been approached to install angel rings at another three locations on the south coast.

The Tuross Fishing Club Club Secretary has been advised that National Parks, who have requested rings be installed in one of their parks, and Crown Lands are now insisting on additional public liability insurance be taken out by Recreational Fishing Australia and ANSA, but have been seeking clarification for close to twelve months. This has resulted in NO further installations prior to the current school holidays and a risk of the program being cancelled! DPI Fisheries are leading the charge to resolve the stalemate!

Boat Ramp:
Apex Park boat ramp, with its newly constructed centre walkway, are complete, just in time for the busy boating season.

(Some of the above content has been obtained from Narooma Newspaper.)
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Tuross Head Flathead and Bream Tournament 12 and 13 March 2016

If you haven’t already done it, mark these dates in your diary... best tell everyone that you’ll probably be in Tuross that weekend!


Tuross Head Fishing Club holds club fishing meetings, workshops, outings, Come-And-Try days, as well as hosts and competes in fresh, estuarine or salt-water competitions—all with the intention of sharing great times with great people.

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