Shellharbour to Ulladulla
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In the coastline of south Wollongong, there are many breakwaters,
tidal lakes, high cliffs and estuaries providing the holiday fisherman
with excellent fishing. The top resort centres include:
This famous location has good facilities for seaward beach, rock and
offshore fishing. Fishermen have the opportunity to catch big snapper
and yellowtail kingfish. The nearby Bass Point is famous for big catches
of tailor, snapper, bream and rock blackfish.
Nowra and the Shoalhaven
Perfect estuary and beach fishing in this area provides whiting,
bream and flathead. Pig Island, in the east of the highway bridge at
Nowra is lined with large sandflats, which yield squirt worms, is
considered as the top attraction in the river.
A perfect 'hot spot' for surfing, river and seawall fishing. Most
yielded species here are snapper, groper, tuna and kingfish.
Greenwell Point and 'The Banks'
It is the jumping off spot for popular game fishing location about
8km offshore known as 'The Banks'. It is one of the famous areas on the
coast which yield tuna, marlin, kingfish and sharks. Most favorable
season is from May to November.
The bays provide a wide spectrum of fishing regions. Around the Hare
Bay and off Callala and Green Points, fishing is mainly for whiting,
flathead and bream. Montague Point is a good location of rock fishing
for tailor and luderick. Snapper, kingfish and salmon is best yielded
during a rough weather in Long Nose Point and Dart Point. The 'Outer
Tubes', situated inside the north bay of Point Perpendicular, is a known
spot for catching marlin from the shore during the months of December
Is the main resort centre of Jervis Bay. It has a variety of fishing
locations. There's a good jetty fishing at the entrance of Moona Creek
and Currambene Creek, where one can take bream and luderick. Boat
anglers can land flathead and whiting. The top catches off the reefs,
red bream and red rock cod. In the deeper waters, anglers yields
snapper, morwong and kingfish.
This popular holiday venue with a growing population provides perfect
fishing spots. The channel is a 'hotspot' for bream, flathead, whiting
and luderick. Sandflats are known for their good prawn catches. Offshore
fishing in the area will take tailor, salmon, bream and jewfish. In the
reefs, kingfish and sharks are the main catches. Rock anglers are
catered for with good locations just south of the entrance. Most taken
species here include luderick, groper and wirrah.
This fishing port and famous holiday centre has the perfect
facilities for boat launching. Warden Head has good rock fishing for
variety of reef species, while the Mollymook Beach is excellent for surf
fishing. In the nearby area of Burrill Lake, fishing for flathead,
bream, whiting and blackfish are the main catches.