Fishing at Eden

Fishing at and around Eden – Far South Coast NSW

Eden is one of Australia’s most premier fishing destinations. With great rock, beach, jetty and boat fishing, it’s certainly worth the trip from any location in Australia.


Offshore fishing Eden

A) Magic Triangle – Red Point to Southern Part of Two Fold Bay to Mowarry Point. Game Fishing area.. (-37.110232, 149.965997)

B) Two Fold Bay Canyon -37.09400, 149.965997

C) Green Cape Canyon -37,17100, 150.23300

Fish include – Marlin, Bonito, Yellowtail King fish, Hammerhead Sharks, Blue Whalers and Mako. Best time of years are between December and May.

Inshore reef and beach fishing at Eden

D) Mowary Point at the northern end of Ben Boyd National Park. Launch at Quarantine Bay ramp and Morwary point is a 14km run from the ramp. Ideal for marlin, kingfish, snapper and bonito.  (-37.160052, 150.015736)

E) Saltwater Creek – reached from Green hope road there is a pristine beach perfect for surf fishing. Great amenities, next to the camping grounds. The rocks to the north are good fro snapper. (-37.166815, 150.002807)

F) Bittangabee Bay – Small pristine beach, aplace to launch small boast off the beach in good weather. The inlet is good for bream and flatheads, however the rocks on the north produce snapper, tailor, and bonito. 300m offshore there is snapper, morwong and leatherjacket. (-37.218309, 150.015736)

G) Pulpit Rock – a small track from Green Hope road takes you there. One of the best areas in Australia for rock fishing platforms.   (-37.234720, 150.033760)

H) Green Cape is accessible from the picnic area near the lighthouse.  Lure casting enthusiasts do well on bonito at Green Cape, along with less frequent captures of Yellowtail Kingfish, mackerel and Striped Tuna. Both Northern Bluefin Tuna and Southern Bluefin Tuna are also taken occasionally. Northern Bluefin Tuna were once a regular capture at the Cape and were about five times more common than Yellowfin Tuna, but due to commercial pressure on this species further north, they are now rarely encountered at the Cape.  (-37.265046, 150.051441)

i) Wonbyn Lake –  Wonboyn Lake is divided into the upper and lower lakes. The upper lake is a basin, relatively deep in places, and a favourite spot for those  seeking Mulloway, Flahead and bream. The lower lake is a system of channels and shallow sandbars, which is difficult to navigate.  (-37.246869, 149.926214)

J) Wonbyn Beach is good flathead, bream, tailor. However is difficult to get to. (-37.253291 149.965696)

Fishing Charters in Eden

Freedom Charters – 02 6496 1209
Reel Affair Fishing Charters1800 233 247
Headland Fishing Charter – (02) 6495 4729
Merimbula Marina – (02) 6495 1686
Fishpen Charters Merimbula – 0416 048 579
Aussie Fish Estuary Adventures – (02) 6495 9902

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