Ben Boyd National Park – Fishing Spots
If you’re looking for fishing that are remote, pristine and miles away from the crowded beaches around the big cites then look no further then Ben Boyd National Park.
(A) Haycock Point – Great for rock anglers. Safe on its north side. The point is surrounded by extensive reefs, which make for great offshore fishing. Salmon, tailor, mullaway, bream luderick and snapper are frequent throughout the waters.
(B) Leather Jacket Bay – 300 m deep bay has a steep rocky shore, with a small creek draining across its eastern end. The mouth of the creek is the best spot for fishing. Great for reef fishing. Nice spot to visit to picnic or fish, however can be a bit rocky.
(C) Mowarry Point – Mowarry point is great for king fishing off shore. The beaches along the point offer a wide arrange of launching spots for on shore.fishing. Snapper, and mullaway are the dominate species.
(D) Saltwater Creek – pristine beach perfect for surf fishing. Great amenities, next to the camping grounds
(E) Hegartys Bay – Plenty of fishing spots along the bay. Easy access, next to the camping grounds. Beautiful and pristine beaches and bushland
(F) Bittangabee Bay – Great fishing of those rocks in front of old storeroom. Groupers, Flathead, snapper and whiting are plentiful in the area.