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 Fishing/Fishing Charters - Aireys Inlet
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Coastal Fishing Information
Coastal Fishing Information
Information about fishing along the Great Ocean Road.
List of best baits to use for each fish species.
Detailed information on the species of fish you might expect to catch in this area.
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 Fishing/Fishing Charters - Anglesea
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Coastal Fishing Information
Coastal Fishing Information
Information about fishing along the Great Ocean Road.
List of best baits to use for each fish species.
Detailed information on the species of fish you might expect to catch in this area.
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Popular Fishing Spots
Popular Fishing Spots
Popular spots around Anglesea include:-
The Anglesea River Mouth and near the Information Centre
Coogarah Park, Point Roadknight, Hutt Gully and Urqharts Bluff open ocean surf fishing. (pictured)
Common catches include Snapper, Bream and Salmon
See Map under menu home page
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 Fishing/Fishing Charters - Apollo Bay
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Surf-N-Fish
Shop 6/7, 157-159 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay VIC 3233
For all your fishing, boating, scuba & surfing needs. Stocking the major surf clothing brands. Huge range of hire gear available.
Directly Opposite Information Centre
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Ocean and River Fishing
Ocean and River Fishing
An all weather boat ramp is located at the harbour (western end of town). Fishing from the pier and breakwater produces good results. Surf fishing at Wild Dog Creek and Marengo are renowned for catches of salmon, trevally (great fighters) and the occasionally whiting.
Rock fishing is popular along the Great Ocean Road (be aware of your surroundings and the tide movements.
Remember you need a Fishing Licence for both ocean and river fishing.
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Coastal Fishing Information
Coastal Fishing Information
Information about fishing along the Great Ocean Road.
List of best baits to use for each fish species.
Detailed information on the species of fish you might expect to catch in this area.
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 Fishing/Fishing Charters - Lorne
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Fishing Lorne
Fishing Lorne
The Lorne Pier opposite the Grand Pacific Hotel has a large platform at the end which allows plenty of room for anglers or sightseers. The pier is the most popular recreational fishing spot in town. Views from the pier back to the town centre and along the Great Ocean Road are spectacular. Other spots worth a try are Reedy Creek and Louttit Bay.
Remember, whether you are freshwater, estuary or saltwater fishing you need a licence.
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Fishing Artilliary Rocks
Fishing Artilliary Rocks
For the more serious there is ocean fishing from the rocks at Artilliary Rocks a few kms from Lorne on the Apollo Bay side. There are steps down to the rocks, but be very careful and be aware of changing tide conditions-definitely not for the inexperienced.
Remember, whether you are freshwater, estuary or saltwater fishing you need a licence.
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Coastal Fishing Information
Coastal Fishing Information
Information about fishing along the Great Ocean Road.
List of best baits to use for each fish species.
Detailed information on the species of fish you might expect to catch in this area.
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 Fishing/Fishing Charters - Port Campbell
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Local Fishing
Princetown Beach
Surging shorebreak has caught many seasoned campaigners unawares so please be careful.
Species: Australian Salmon, trevally, snapper, gummy shark. Location: Turn off the Great Ocean Road onto Old Coach Road East 18km east of Port Campbell.
Access: Via a 650m sandy track (steep in parts) from the north of the parking area or by following the sandy banks of the Gellibrand River to itís mouth 750m.
Caution: Gravel road gives way to deep sand very quickly visitors without 4WD need to take the first opportunity to turn right when approaching the small car parking area.
Port Campbell Pier:
Great spot to try for luck. Fishing in deep water from ocean jetty
Species: Australian salmon, squid, trevally,
Location: Lord Street Port Campbell
Access: Pedestrians share access with vehicles and boat trailers launching via the crane on the pier. Access is reasonable to the upper level, steps to the lower level.
Newfield Bay:
Species: Australian salmon, trevally, snapper, gummy shark
Location: 11km east of Port Campbell
Access: From car parks on the east side of the Peterborough bridge (steep sandy tracks.) Access (when the Curdies river mouth is closed) is also possible from the main car park on the west side of the bridge.
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