Fishing at Bermagui
Bermagui is a fishing mecca within Australia. The continental shelf being at its closest creates a plethora of fish species within its waters. Zane Grey, the great American writer made this town famous, establishing game fishing charters.
Best Fishing Spots in or Near Bermagui New South Wales Australia
Four Mile Reef – straight out from Keatings Headland – Snapper, morwong, tuna and marlin.
Six Mile and Twelve Mile Reef offer great fishing for shark, marling and yellow fish.
Bermagui harbour offers great flathead fishing, with Bermagui Point offering tailor, mullet and luderick.
Upriver river (Bermagui River) there is great bream, whiting and catfish. Be careful, up river it becomes too shallow for fishing.
Beares Beach has great Salmon and Tailor while Jerimut Point is great for luderick and rock black fish.
Wapengo Lake – a massive variety of fish including whiting. Flathead, flounder, luderick, mullet, snapper, tailor, tarwhine, and whiting.
Fishing near the mouth of Cuttagee Lakes is great just before the temporary closure around dawn. The incoming tide will see bream, whiting, and salmon along the entrance. Get in quick before the predators do.
Flathead gather near the entrance of Murrah Lagoon. This is amazing also for bream and whiting. At the end of the rising tide is the best time of day.