Can you fish around Wilsons Prom?

Can you fish around Wilsons Prom?

With a valid fishing licence, recreational fishing is permitted in Corner Inlet and Shallow Inlet Marine and Coastal Parks and Wilsons Promontory Marine Park, on beach areas and fishing platforms within Tidal River estuary and in Darby River east of the bridge.

Where can you fish Wilsons Prom?

Fishing Wilsons Prom You can fish from the beautiful beaches along Whisky Bay, Squeeky beach, Leonard point & tongue point. Please note that all waters surrounding the southern area of Wilsons Promontory National Park are Marine National Park. Fishing is not permitted in this area.

Can you spearfish at Wilsons Prom?

It’s important to remember that when scuba diving, freediving, spearfishing or snorkelling at Wilsons Promontory, especially from a boat, that you are in an isolated area with areas of deep water and strong currents.

Can you boat in Wilsons Prom?

When you’re there Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park can be accessed from land or via boat. The nearest launching points to the park are at Tidal River for limited beach launching, or for larger vessels, from Port Welshpool.

Can you fish in Refuge Cove?

Can you fish in Refuge Cove? Refuge Cove is in Victoria, Australia. The most popular species caught here are Gummy shark, Yellowtail amberjack, and Southern calamari. 7 catches are logged on Fishbrain.

Can you fish in Corner Inlet?

‚ÄčLike all Bay and Inlet fisheries, Corner Inlet fishers catch a mix of species. Rock Flathead, King George Whiting, Southern Calamari and Garfish make up 60% of fish caught by weight. Silver Trevally, Australian Salmon, Gummy shark and Flounder are also caught regularly.

Are there sharks at Wilsons Prom?

Rays and harmless sharks occupy the sandy areas. The offshore islands support colonies of Australian Fur Seals, and seals are common companions to divers underwater. Seals have pups in November and December, and at this time Great White Sharks frequent adjacent waters to the pupping areas.

Can you fish at Tidal River?

Fishing the Tidal River The lower estuary reaches are open to fishing and offer excellent fishing for bream, estuary perch, trevally, yellow-eye mullet, and closer towards the sea entrance flathead, flounder, luderick and Australian salmon.