Posts made in October, 2016


October 2016 Fishing Club Report.


Posted on Oct 30, 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. Next...

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The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a warning for Sunday for large and powerful surf conditions on the NSW coast from the Macquarie coast to the Victorian border. A cold front is expected to reach the central coast early Saturday morning, and the north coast Saturday afternoon and evening, bringing a strong to gale force southerly change.  On Sunday, there will be seas of 3 to 4 metres plus swell of 3 to 4 metres from the Macquarie...

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It's on again our Club Presentation Night Saturday 12 November 2016 5.30pm at the Tuross Head Country Club.  Come along and enjoy the night this year we have a beach theme. Awards, Entertainment, Raffles two course meal, cost $25 members and $35 non members for more information click here fisho's From Last Year some photos remember Marilyn   Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn...

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Recreational Fishing Trusts NSW Free Community Fishing Day 16 October 2016 Tuross Head Fishing Club in conjunction with Tuross Head Country Club were delighted to hold our first NSW Free Community Go Fishing Day Event on the 16 October 2016, this event an initiative of the Recreational Fishing Trusts attracted a total of 96 participants 36 adults and 60 children whose ages ranged from very young up to 16 years with some trying fishing...

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Minister for Primary Industries, Lands and Water, Niall Blair, today announced a new FishSmart NSW app to give recreational fishers 24/7 access to information right at their fingertips and improve their fishing experience. Mr Blair said the new app will provide users with up to date information on where and how to fish as well as full details on rules and regulations. “We know that NSW is home to some of the best recreational fishing...

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