Safety


Tuross Head has some of the most stunning foreshores around—and there’s plenty of fishing options on our coast. With drummer, salmon, tailor, bream, blackfish and more catchable from our beaches and rocks, it stand to reason that you’ll want to try your luck. When you do, it”s sure to be an experience you remember forever, even if you miss out on the fish... it’s really that beautiful! As with all rock and beach fishing on the east coast, you should be mindful of the surf and swell. We beg you to keep safety at the forefront of your mind. In recognition of the inherent risks involved, key members of our Club have worked to get four angel rings installed along our rocky foreshore. Please take note of where these are and always... fish with a friend, close to an angel ring.

ANGEL RING LOCATIONS

Angel ring locations on Tuross Head foreshore

“always... fish with a friend, close to an angel ring.”

  **NOTE: In addition to the four angel rings stationed around Tuross Head, there is another at Mullimburra Point, which is north of Coila and Bingi. Mullimburra Point is a popular rock fishing location, but—as always—should be fished with extreme caution.
 

AS THE FISHING CLUB HAS NO CONTROL OVER YOUR ACTIVITY, LOCATION OR METHOD OF FISHING, WE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM WHATSOEVER, BUT ADVISE YOUR ACTIVITIES MUST BE CARRIED OUT WITH THE UTMOST CAUTION.

PLEASE REFER TO THE LINKS BELOW FOR SAFETY INFORMATION

http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/fisheries/recreational/saltwater/safety

http://www.safefishing.com.au/

http://www.lifejacketwearit.com.au/

http://www.maritime.nsw.gov.au/sbh/safety_on_the_water/safety_on.html

http://www.maritime.nsw.gov.au/sbh/safety_equipment/safety_equipment.html

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