Wagonga Inlet – Narooma South Coast NSW
Described as the fishing jewel in the beautiful south coast of NSW, Wagonga’s Inlet is the perfect fishing location for those who love fishing of piers, estuaries and surf beaches. It has 5 boat ramps, used as launching pads for deep sea fishing and access to the world famous Montague Island.
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Monster flathead throughout Wagonga Inlet is legendary. These fish live around the drop-offs, where the sand flats give way to holes and channels up to 10 metres deep. Big, soft plastic lures on relatively heavy jig heads are often the go for the trophy flathead. Experienced anglers tend to follow the schools of bait and feeding tailor.
Mulloway are also on the cards in Wagonga and are often caught by anglers fishing for flatties. The front of the system, between the lake and the entrance, is a great spot for big whiting. Target these fish with fresh nippers. The oyster racks up the back of the inlet are a noted haunt for big bream.
Shore-based anglers can walk the Boardwalk, which boasts purpose-built fishing platforms. Expect to catch bream, flathead and leatherjacket in this area.
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