The Sout East is rated
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The South East coast of Australia, which starts at Kingston to Murray
Mouth, has become popular with rock and beach fishing. Mt. Gambier, is
the capital of the South East where trout is abundant. A license to fish
is needed, if you plan to fish in this area, but the license can be
easily obtained. A fishing hotspot known as The Granites is swarmed with
species like salmon, bream, ray, mullets, mulloway, whiting, flathead
and sharks. A bit farther away, offshore, is Cape Jappa which is home to
snapper, tuna and big trevally
when the weather condition is good.
In Rivoli Bay, Beachport is another hotspot where bream, flathead,
mulloway, snapper, salmon and tommyruffs are found. The road is good and
the fishing are is not that far from where you camp or park. Cape
Buffon, however, is the best spot to fish.
A jetty in Robe, a pleasant town in the coast, is mostly where the
anglers go. Robe is also best to go beach fishing where flathead,
whiting, mulloways and salmon are in good population.
Port McDonnell is a place for the professional recreational fishermen.
In good weather conditions, the sports-fishing club gets into action for
the bluefin tuna.