Albany land based

Hi all. will be in Albany over Easter. Looking for a bit of advise on family safe fishing spots and what to target in that area ie squid whiting bream etc what's on the bite at the moment. Have a 4x4.staying at king river palms
I do have a harness but never fished off the rocks
Thanks in advance

Wesley

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Wesley


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salmon are meant to be on the

Tue, 2012-03-27 10:17

salmon are meant to be on the run down there, flick few lures around, ur a ganged mulie bit of luck ya will clean up

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Im no vegetarian, but i am off chops!

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OR a ganged mulie haha

Wed, 2012-03-28 11:02

OR a ganged mulie haha

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Im no vegetarian, but i am off chops!

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Emu Point

Tue, 2012-03-27 10:55

It's a great family safe spot. The Salmon Holes is a great spot for the family also. Stay away from the rocks mate. It's not worth it. King River itself provides for very good fishing also. Plenty of Black Bream around.

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My old stomping grounds. 

Tue, 2012-03-27 14:36

My old stomping grounds.  From the King river palms (Chester pass rd) head down river till you get to the Oyster harbour. The Lower King Bridge is not a bad spot for young kids. If you continue east (Towards Kalgan river or as I know it Nannarup rd)you'll come to a turnoff which will take you out to Ledge Point & Gull Rock (no 4WD access to Ledge Point beach) can fish rocks or beach very short walk, you can get onto beach at Gull Rock turn off to the left before you hit the actual headland. Travel about half way down the beach and there is a hole on the inside of the reef I've done quite well out of it over the years.

If you continue down Nannarup rd you'll come to Nannarup beach the easiest access to a beach I've ever known, fairly safe 4WD to the left I'm not sure if you're allowed to go right in a car, but there is a very nice swim spot very portected for a days outing.

Back into town you could head to Emu Point where Oyster Harbour empties into the King George Sound Excellent spot to wet a line and the kids to run amuck.

Besides these couple of spots just follow the coast in either directions and you'll find a multitude of locations to fish or spend a day R&R.

Rock fishing is possible at a lot of locations just be safe not not become a casualty.

Good Luck and enjoy the Great South Coast.

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just go to nannarup beach as

Tue, 2012-03-27 19:27

just go to nannarup beach as wes f said , the whole family will have a ball

you see what we mean when u get there

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good reccommendation wes and

Tue, 2012-03-27 19:48

good reccommendation wes and hobbo!

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Mate just go to the chipshop

Wed, 2012-03-28 11:25

Mate just go to the chipshop on emu point i think it is? something called shack? best salt n pepper squid ive ever had. mmmmmmmmmm

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Big thanks

Wed, 2012-03-28 19:24

Thanks to all for the response looking forward to the weekend

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Wesley