Tags: harbour, fishing, water sports
Sydney Harbour is a fantastic water system that offers amazing fishing opportunities from all around it's very long shoreline. Sydney Harbour caters for all types of fishermen, and all types of fishing. Rock fishing near North, South and Middle head for big Kings, Salmon and Tailor. Fishing around the edges of bays along rock walls, amongst moorings and structure for Bream and Trevally. Wading sand flats, sight fishing for Whiting and Flathead. Fly fishing, lure fishing and bait fishing can all reward you with some great catches from any of these locations.
Shell Cove - A small cove located on the north side of the harbour between Kurraba Pt, and Cremorne Pt.
Andersons Park - A park at the end of Neutral Bay on Kurraba Rd. The shoreline offers casting oppertunities near a marina and storm water drain.
Kurraba Rd Ferry Wharf - This ferry wharf on Kurraba Rd. in Neutral bay exposes some good fishing areas. Great catches of Squid and Trevally can be taken there.
Clarke's Point Reserve - Clarke's Point Reserve on Clarke's Point near Woolwich is pretty much directly where the Lane Cove River and the Parramatta River meet. This makes it ideal for targeting most of the species available in Sydney Harbour.
Jeffrey St / Beulah St Wharf
Great view for fishing, right next to the Harbour Bridge. Quite a good place to catch yellowtail and squid. Would not be surprised judging by the size of the yellowtail there, a lot larger than average. Again with the wharves, best to go after the last ferry.