Fishing alert for Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 November

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Fishing alert for Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 November   On Monday, a low over the northwest of NSW is moving southeastwards, intensifying as it reaches the south coast late Monday. This will bring a southerly change to the southern half of the coast from Monday afternoon, then extending up the coast by early Tuesday. Gale to storm force winds likely over parts of the central and southern waters. Winds are forecast to ease from Tuesday evening.


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October 2017 GOBLET WEEKEND (Trout):
The Goblet Weekend "Measure In" and BBQ was held on Sunday 22nd October.  As we had daylight saving this month, the "Measure In" time reverted back to Summer time (4pm).  Although all fish were entered by photo, you are still able to bring your fish along to be measured in.
There were 16 anglers out on the water with 6 Ladies, 10 Men (there were no Juniors) who entered 37 fish into the competition.  Unfortunately, none  of them were Trout (Goblet fish), which is a shame as Trout served cold is delicious and was a favorite of Edward VII; he use to hold up the theatre intermission by an hour, in order to indulge in his favorite cold meal, that was brought along to the theatre with him in picnic baskets.
Goblet:                 N/A
Outside:                Chris Tomkins                            S/Flathead               40 cm       (51.88 points)
Lake & Estuary:     Peter Dugan                              Trevally                    44.9 cm    (83.86 points)
Rock & Beach:      Peter Dugan                               Salmon                    58.59 cm (102.25 points)
Outside:                 Rachel Kennedy                         Morwong              48.5 cm (104 points)
Lake & Estuary:      Rachel Kennedy                         D/Flathead            48 cm   (48.75 points)
Rock & Beach:        Rachel Kennedy                         Salmon                 57 cm   (97.50 points)
Junior:                     N/A
Nice Trevally Pete                                            Looks like you had a good day Rachel
  • Awarded to Chris Tomkins, who in order to mark his fish cut of their tails before measuring.

Fishing Alert 7th October

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Fishing alert for Sat 7 Oct   A trough off the NSW coast is bringing a fresh to strong southerly change to southern and central parts of the coast over Friday night.   The BOM is warning of hazardous fishing and boating conditions for Saturday with seas from the Hunter south to Eden of 3 m and swell of about 2.5.   Be careful to check forecasts and local conditions before you head out. Check local forecasts on the BOM website at   Always tell someone where you are going and when you plan on coming back. If the rock platform is wet ask yourself 'why is it wet?' then watch the ocean for waves and swells for at least 20 minutes. Always fish with a friend, wear proper rockfishing footwear, light warm high visibilty clothing, and wear a life jacket in case you get washed in.  Stay safe, always watch the local conditions before fishing and never turn your back on the ocean.


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1st October 2017 


Mayor, Liz Innes with the THFC Committee

The Tuross Head Fishing Club was granted permission from NSW Fisheries to be the FIRST Club to hold its "Gone Fishing Day" on Sunday 1st October 2017, rather than later in the Month, this was to line up with School Holidays, when there are many Tourists in Tuross Head. The purpose of this Event is to encourage those in the community to  "give fishing a go", provide educational material and promote joint outside family activities. The event proved to be a success with people coming from far and wide, including the Schumacher Family from Norway.  In total 187 men, women and children participated in this fun filled day, with the addition of Fishcare Volunteers, Fisheries, Maritime and The THFC Committee, there were over 200 people involved on the Day.  This was a 100% increase on last years' attendance. The sun was shining and there were happy faces everywhere, especially when "Snappy" The Crab made an appearance.  The educational "Touch Pool" was a favorite too, as children learned all about the various sea creatures (collected by Mike and Regina Byron) delighted as they picked up and prodded the various species in total fascination.  The Touch Pool certainly won the day!  The Fishing Pond, run by Steve (from Fisheries) and the Knot Tying Post were also popular.  The children and parents alike had an absolutely wonderful time and their faces lit up as they came forward to collect their prizes of high quality fishing rods, hats and other fishing regalia., including free Event Bags from NSW Fisheries and Coca Cola.         Fishing Club Catering                         "Snappy" The Crab           Touch Pool                        Infant Bouncing Castle       Event & Raffle Prizes                            Raffle Prizes
Girls enjoying Kids Disco
There was plenty to keep the family busy all day, starting with a FISHING SESSION in the morning, then at 1pm a casting competition followed by a complimentary lunch (provided by the Tuross Head Fishing Club) with sounds of popcorn popping and the slurping of slushies, competing alongside the bopping sounds of the children's disco and  the squeals of delight on the two bouncy castles. There were chips, lolly bags, soft drinks and ice-cream handed out to all participants and like everything else relating to the day, it was all totally free.  The only cost to participants was the voluntary Raffle (run by THFC - Angela and Rhonda), which became very popular as many of the raffle prizes were similar to the competition prizes; having a value of over $200.  There was also a meat tray (supplied by Tuross Head Butchers) much to the delight of the little boy who won it for his family. Plus a number of free Club Entries.   Prizes went to: Jnrs - Charlotte Lawer, Billie-Rose Fitzgerald, Sam Pilloni, Jamie Nordsvan Adults - Jules Pilloni Largest Fish of the Day - Coby Muir              Little Anglers                                                              Sub Jnr Winners; Charlotte, Billie -Rose, Sam, Jamie                      Youngest Winner                                              Adult Winner - Jules Pilloni                                  Coby Muir Won Jnr & Largest Fish (50cm Flathead)  

One boy managed to catch an Octopus

It was pleasing to see the Mayor (Liz Innes) attend the Event later in the day.  With Daylight Saving, it proved a long day for some of the little ones, but most people stayed the whole day, with the majority leaving around 4pm, leaving the stragglers to enjoy the dance floor all to themselves.  Many participants approached Fishing Club Members, shaking their hands before they left, thanking them for such a fantastic day and thanking all the sponsors who helped make this a very special event.  This "Gone Fishing Day" was made possible by the Grant received from the NSW Fishing Trust. The Fishing Club too would like to thank the Fishcare Volunteers and all of the sponsors who helped us to make this Event extra special and without whom, this auspicious day would not have been possible.  Including Fairfax Media, The Beagle, and Eurobodalla Council for their coverage of the Event, plus all the Schools and Organisations who advertised the Event in their Newsletters.               THFC President with Fishcare Volunteers        Junior Anglers with their Coca Cola Event Bags   Free NSW FIsheries Events Bag for all   A thanks to all our Sponsors for donating the following:
NSW Fisheries ("Gone Fishing Day" Grant).  Brewing Camping & Fishing (Rods, Lures).  R&R Hardware (Torches).  Tuross Butchery (Meat Tray Raffle).  Sails Takeaway (Ice Cream).  Tuross Service Station (Fishing Shirt).  Tuross Boat Shed (Rods, Lures, Pro Lures, Jig Heads,Atomic Hats).  Boat Hire).  Diawa (Rods).  Frogleys (Hats, Lures, Pro Lure, Jig Heads). Tweed Bait (Bait).  Hooked Online (Fishing Line, Jig Head).  Tuross Head Country Club (Jumping Castle).  Mount Franklin (Bottled Water).  Coca Cola (Event Bags, Yo-yo's).  Bluey (Fish Care Trailer).  RMS/Waterways (RMS/Waterways information trailer).  Tuross Head Fishing Club also contributed (Rods, Infant Bouncing Castle, Kids Disco, Lunch, Soft Drinks, Pop Corn, Slushies, Chips, Lolly Bags).

Fishing Alert for Oct long weekend

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Fishing alert for Sun 1 - Mon 2 Oct A cold front over the southern Tasman and a ridge over southeast Australia are directing southerly winds over New South Wales waters. Winds will generally shift north to northeasterly by Monday. The next front is likely to bring a southerly change to the coast on Wednesday or Thursday. The BOM is warning of hazardous fishing and boating conditions for Sunday 1 and Monday 2 Oct for the coast between Coffs and the Illawarra. Seas will be just 1 to 1.5 metres but the swell will be up to 4 metres on those coasts on Sunday, slightly less on Monday.

“Gone Fishing Day” – Snappy the Crab

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       "Snappy" the Crab visited Tuross Head Country Club!!   The Children absolutely loved "Snappy" and were lining up for cuddles and photos with him at the Wednesday night Fishing Club Raffle (Unfortunately, we are unable to publish those pics as we did not ask parental permission).  However, as you can see, it was not only the children that were excited about "Snappy's" visit.  He was so popular that "Snappy" is making another appearance this Friday Evening at the Country Club.
  "Snappy" will also make an appearance this Sunday's FREE "GONE FISHING DAY"  details below.

Run by Tuross Head Country Club Fishing Club

Sunday - 1st October 2017 Estuary and Beach Fishing - No Fishing Licence required for Adults ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Adults & Children –Sign on:                   From 8am at the Tuross Boatshed Trafalgar Road. Catch details & Presentations:             1pm Tuross Head Country Club Monash Avenue. Free:              BBQ Lunch, Jumping Castle, Face Painting, Casting Comp, Disco, Barefoot Bowls, Raffle Prizes, Knot Tying, Touch Tanks, “Snappy” the Crab is expected to visit! Register Now! – Ring  0455304072 (first 40 children to register receive a Goodies Bag) or email  - to reserve your spot. Come along to this Community Day: - Sign on for educational/advice at Boat Shed – have a go at catching a fish in the morning. Then 1pm at the Country Club  for the balance of the day - free Lunch, education, entertainment, disco, jumping castle and more!! Funding for this event has been due to a grant from the Recreational Fishing Trust. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Here is a new DPI Fisheries sign that will begin to appear at strategic point along the NSW coastline

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This sign will shortly be appearing along our coastline. It is in PDF format and you may have to click on it to open it.   Final GNS sign

Mark the Date – Gone Fishing Day – 15 October 2017

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This is a day for anyone wishing to learn about fishing. Young, Old, in-firmed or healthy - its free also.


Gone Fishing NSW Day

Mark the date for the 3rd Gone Fishing Day on 15 October 2017

Gone Fishing Day 2016
Tuross Head Country Club Fishing Club has again agreed to participate in this event with experienced fisher people being available to help, advise and teach people wishing to learn how to fish. More specific details later.
NSW Gone Fishing Day is on again!   And NSW DPI will be running a host of events to celebrate our love of fishing and encourage everyone to get out on the water.  It doesn't matter if you haven't fished before or if you're the keenest of anglers, Gone Fishing Day is for everyone!Free NSW DPI community fishing events for everyone will be run in six locations again across NSW on 15 October so mark the date now in your calendar. Locations for the events will be announced soon. Free fun filled fishing activities at each location will include: How-to fish workshops, casting comps, goodie bags with bonus lures, expert fishing tips classes, touch tanks, loads of kids' activities and activity marquees are just a few of the exciting events on offer! Snappy, our crab mascot, will also be making an appearance and handing out lots of cool prizes.
Gone Fishing Day people fishing
Fishing clubs – get involved now. Once again, fishing clubs are being encouraged to run their own Gone Fishing Day community fishing events in your local area on 15 October 2017.

A free fishing “How to” for anybody interested – In Moruya

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Dear Fishoes! NSW Fisheries would like to invite your members to a recreational fishing information night at:  Moruya Golf Club - Evans Street, Moruya 3rd June 2017 – 4.00pm -730pm  The information session will include presentations and workshop sessions demonstrating new and improved best practice fishing techniques. The information sessions will cover topics on:
  • Improved catch and release fishing techniques.
  • The science of circle  hooks and how to use them for most species.
  • NSW DPI Game Fish Tagging Program and releasing pelagic species.
  • How to maximise your catch using new and old techniques from estuary to inshore by Anthony Stockman of Compleat Angler Batemans Bay
  • Barotrauma research and how to release fish caught from depth.
These information sessions should not only improve your fishing but will also contribute to improving the environmental performance of fishing. This info will be helpful for all anglers and those that are involved in organising fishing competitions. For more information feel free to call Ian Osterloh on (02) 4424 7417 or send an email to ……………………………………………………………………………………………… NOTE:                                                                                                                                          The Tuross Head Fishing Clubs invites anybody interested in fishing to attend this education night. Provides an opportunity to ask questions. You do not have to be a member of a Fishing Club, so feel free to rock along!

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