When we target fish offshore we have a great variety of spots to choose from. If the charter is booked to tangle with KIngfish then we have spots between Terrigal through to Sydney Heads. Areas like Newport Reef, Barrenjoey Headland, Mona Vale Reef, Longreef and all of the area in between.
For Reef fishing offshore we try areas such as Boultons Reef, Reggies, Avalon Gutter, The Container, The Trap Grounds, Esmeralda, The Ordinence Grounds, East and West Reef and many more.
If you are after flathead then we hit the sand areas outside Narrabeen right through to Broken Bay.
You choose the charter and we will do our very best to pick the best area to suit the species that you wish to catch.
On The Flat Water
You can choose to fish the magnificent Hawkesbury River and chase the mighty Mulloway and large Flathead at renown hot spots such as Juno Point, Flint & Steel, Gunya Point and the bridges just to name a few.
You may like to fish legendry areas such as The Vines, The Wreck, Bar Point or Little Settlement for hard fighting Bream and school Jewies on quality light tackle.
Pittwater has a good variety of fish to catch but the pick of the species would have to be the rod breaking, hard fighting, Yellowtail Kingfish. We actively chase these brutes up and down Pittwater with lures or live bait with great success. Fish of 6 to 8kg are not uncommon and we target the larger fish by trolling large live Squid on the downrigger around the various drop offs and moorings in Pittwater.
In summer we are usually lucky enough to capture tropical species that venture down the coast with the warm water and schools of baitfish. The last few years we have had Cobia, Spotted Mackerel and Watsons Leaping Bonito just to mention a few. Other species that you can expect to catch on a regular basis are huge Flathead, big Whiting, Tailor, Flounder and a smattering of large Bream. In winter you can expect to catch Salmon and John Dory and if we do come across a Kingfish at this time of the year they are usually very large fish 10 to 20kg.
Cowan Creek usually produces the same species as the Hawkesbury River but with Kingfish in summer and toothy Hairtail in winter.