Posts made in August, 2016

Changes to the Fishing Club “Measure-In” Rules and Regulations   During the 2016 Annual General Meeting held August 14, 2016, a majority vote formally accepted that the Measure-In method be adopted as the procedure used by the Tuross Head Country Club sub club known as the “Tuross Head Fishing Club”.   Overview   In brief, the Measure-in uses the length of the fish measured on a standard measuring mat “Brag Mat” as issued by the...

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August Newsletter

Posted on Aug 19, 2016

The August measure-in is over and that report has been previously published, with a much larger than normal attendance of members. That probably had a bit to do with the fact that the measure-in was closely followed by the Annual General Meeting. The AGM saw some changes to the committee with John Suthern becoming the Club President (read John's welcome letter below). The Vice-President is now Bruce Kennedy with Max Castle staying on...

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It pays to say thanks

Posted on Aug 18, 2016

Recently our secretary, Max Castle, asked our council would they look at a problem with a boat ramp in Tuross. Council did and rectified the problem. Max wrote them a letter to say thanks and council replied saying thanks for the thanks and feed back. The council letter is attached below, however, it is not Coila Lake they are referring to but the ramp located at the Lakeside Caravan Park where the recent floods washed away sand...

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October 2016 Fishing Club Report

Posted on Aug 15, 2016

  What a busy and fruitful month October has been. The month started with the National Fishing Day which attracted a larger than expected number of registrants, both adults and children alike. There were lots of prizes won, the attendees were taught basic fishing techniques, knot tying. There was casting competitions, jumping castles, food and even fairy floss. It was funded by the government and is to be become an annual event....

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New Angel Ring at Moruya Break Wall

Posted on Aug 8, 2016

New Angel Ring has been installed at the Moruya break wall thanks to Max Castle our Club Secretary.  Damage was significant so what chance did the Ring have.   Angel Rings are important part of our coastal areas and save life's.Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to...

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