Aquarium Monsters Australia

Welcome to Aquarium Monsters, we believe a healthy aquatic environment means more big fish for everyone.

Aquarium Monsters is integrating recreational fishing, native aquatic conservation, aquarium hobbies and aquaculture.

Fishing sinkers in Australia are currently made from toxic inorganic lead, this is unacceptable.  Aquarium Monsters Australia offers a range of lead free 100% non-toxic fishing sinkers, safe for you and the environment.

Why use Aquarium Monsters Lead Free Fishing Sinkers?

Environmentally Safe, using tried and proven materials.
Safe for the fisher person NO LEAD
Additional benefits from Sink n Smell, burley weight system
Dr Drop's Exclusive Friction Grip System
Costs the same or CHEAPER than equivalent lead based products

Several countries have banned the use of smaller lead based fishing sinkers, as they have been proven to kill wildlife, particularly waterbirds.  Just handling a lead fishing sinker could be bad for you, lead bio-accumulates (you can absorb lead but not get rid of it).  Small children are at risk of fatal lead poisoning if they eat a lead fishing sinker and it is not removed, even with proper treatment the effects of lead poisoning can never be fully cured.  Globally lead is being removed from petrol, paint and water carrying products due to its toxicity, yet it is still commonly used for fishing sinkers.  WorkSafe Australia have very specific requirements for anyone who works with lead.  Have a read of this article by WorkSafe it will change the way you handle any lead products.

At this time Aquarium Monsters Australia is developing its product and services range, please check back soon as Aquarium Monsters range is expanding daily.  Where possible Aquarium Monsters only sells environmentally friendly products.

AUSTRALIANS SAY NO TO LEAD
in paint
in petrol
in shooting
NOW LETS SAY NO TO LEAD IN OUR FISHING
WHAT ARE YOUR SINKERS MADE FROM?


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