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Adelaide; Fleurieu Peninsula
Adelaide has a wide range of wonderful beaches, rocks and fishing
spots. Holiday fishermen in Adelaide doesn't need to go far to find a
favorable beach, rock and jetty fishing.
In the neighborhood of Adelaide's beachside and the several resort towns
of the Fleurieu Peninsula offer an incredible fishing all year round.
During winter, the surrounding waters in St Vincent Gulf are much
productive. The main catch in this region is the Australian salmon,
which offers with great catches during winter. Other plentiful catches
in this location are the large snapper, tommy ruff and winter whiting.
St Kilda, Outer Harbour and Port River
Located near the city of Adelaide, this location offers good catches
for small boat anglers who wishes to haul bream, mullet, salmon trout
and tommy ruff.
Large Bay, Glenelg and Brighton
Jetty fishing is much favorable in this neighboring beaches of
Adelaide. The mullet, salmon trout, tommy ruff, bream and snapper are
the main yields in this region.
Torrens Island and Garden Island
In the surrounding waters between these islands, anglers can yield
large snapper all year round. The favorite site at might is in the
Onkaparinga River flows into the sea here, offers variety of fish
including yellowfin whiting, mullet, salmon trout and bream. Large group
of salmon is crowding over the reef at the end of the jetty during
The jetty is a good spot to fish deep water for salmon, jewfish,
yellowtail kingfish and snapper. The best yields are made at night in
the summer seasons. Tommy ruff, snook, mackerel, trevally, barracouta,
garfish and pike can also be found in the area.
This is the favorite spot for boat anglers who take the dangerous yet
bountiful waters of the Backstairs Passage which separates mainland from
the Kangaroo Island. In this area anglers can take regularly several
species such as large snapper, tuna, barracouta, trevally and salmon.
Land-based fishermen will take large salmon and tommy ruff from the
jetty. The Blow Hole, Porpoise Head and Cobblers Hill are the other 'hot
spots' along the coast.
Waitpinga Beach and Parsons Beach
In this region, their beaches offers some of the best surf fishing on
the peninsula. Huge catch of salmon are yielded, especially during the
winter. Tailor, bream, jewfish and mullet are abundant.
Is a famous holiday resort and the biggest town in the region. Kings
Beach, Bluff and seaward of Granite Island are the local 'hot spots' to
catch salmon trout , garfish, sweep and tommy ruff. The embankment on
Granite Island is popular for their large snapper and jewfish. Nearby
the Inman Rivers and Hindmarsh offers good sized bream, especially at
Fishing is done from Hindmarsh Island or from the beach which runs to
the Murray River. The main catches here are salmon, jewfish, flathead
and flounder. European carp are also abundant in Lake Alexandrina.
Younghusband Peninsula and the Coorong
Large snapper, salmon and small sharks are taken in numerous amount
from the beach on the ocean side. Most favorable season is late summer
through to autumn, when bream, flounder, mullet and jewfish are the main