Recreational Angling

Recreational Angling

Recreational angling may be undertaken in freshwater dams, lakes and rivers or estuarine and saltwater bays, inlets and the ocean.

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  • Document Name: RecAngling_AAS_V3-1_Aug10
  • Author: Published by the Outdoor Recreation Centre Inc. Supported by the Victorian outdoor industry and the Victorian State Government
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  • Number of pages: 14
  • Filetype: pdf
  • Adventure Activity Standards:
  • Last modified: April 2, 2015

Guidelines for organisations and leaders conducting recreational angling for commercial and non-commercial dependent groups

Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 Applying the Adventure Activity Standards

1.2 Legal aspects

1.3 Review of AAS

2 Activity description

2.1 Associated activities

3 Planning

3.1 Activity plan

3.2 Pre-activity documentation

3.3 Competencies

3.4 First aid

3.5 Risk management

3.6 Emergency strategy

3.7 Restrictions to participation

3.8 Pre-activity briefing

3.9 Ratios

3.10 Group size

4 Leader roles

4.1 Leader

4.2 Assistant leader

4.3 Other leader roles

4.4 Specific responsibilities of the leader

4.5 Specific responsibilities of the assistant leaders

5 Equipment

5.1 Group equipment

5.2 Participant’s equipment

5.3 Leader’s equipment

5.4 Storage and maintenance

6 Minimal impact

6.1 Travel and camping

6.2 Disposal of waste

6.3 Do not disturb

6.4 Fire impact

6.5 Wildlife

6.6 Consider others

7 Definition of terms

8 Further information