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Angel Ring Project back on track

FOLLOWING lengthy delays, ANSA NSW reports its Angel Ring Project is now back on track.

ANSA NSW Angel Ring Coordinator Stan Konstantaras, says the group had to overcome a frustrating period to resolve delays in the approvals process for a project it has managed as volunteers since 1994 and which has accounted for 52 confirmed lives saved in NSW.

With the support of NSW anglers licence fees, ANSA NSW and its volunteers have taken on a substantial leadership role within the community advocating for safer rock fishing practices via its Angel Ring Project that has seen 116 Angel Rings installed on popular rockfishing spots along the NSW coast.

Fifteen new rings have now been approved for the far North Coast of NSW from Iluka to Byron Bay and six new rings are on the list for the South Coast at Tuross and ANSA NSW has expressed thanks to the NSW Government, the Recreational Fishing Trust, Crown Lands and the Shooters and Fishers Party in restoring the faith of a dedicated bunch of volunteers who look after the Angel Ring Project.

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