Land-Based Snapper Inverloch Beaches 10th November 2016

Thu, 11/10/2016 - 16:47 -- David Walsh

With a fine break in the weather and an increase in the water temperature, the fishing and variety of fish has greatly improved.

From the beaches at Inverloch, Snapper to 78cm and Gummy Shark to a metre have been taken from the beaches after dark.

Last year the Snapper entered the Inlet around mid October, but this year it is all happening a month later. But the rewards have been outstanding. Alfie (pictured) used up all his leave passes to fish the nightime off the Inverloch Beaches.

Salmon Season has Started! 9th April 2014

Wed, 04/09/2014 - 14:00 -- David Walsh

A large school of salmon have moved into Anderson Inlet. Land-based anglers fishing off Pensioners Point are landing fish to 2 kg on both lure and baits.

With the continual changing of the sand bars within the Inlet, land-based bait anglers can use berley on the out going tide to attract the schools within casting distance closer to shore.

Boaters and kayakers can get  to the schools of salmon in the middle channel. Stay off the school and cast around the edges, the salmon are aggressively feeding.

Have fun!


Inverloch Fishing Highlights 27th March 2014.

Thu, 03/27/2014 - 12:23 -- David Walsh

Inverloch Land-Based Fishing Highlights   27th March  2014.

Flatrocks. Around the low tide good numbers of trevally to 1 kg, pinkies to 32cm and the odd whiting to 45cm. Blue bait and squid the best of the baits.

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