Try fishing down the side of the hard current and swing your lures through to the quieter water. Tide does not seem to matter too much, but at some stage you will get a good run of fish. Six or eight pound braid is what I use or up to ten pound mono. It is vital here because of the constant wind, high rock and strong fish.
Whether visiting Tasmania and wanting to do a spot of fishing or are a local wanting more information, just click here to register. If you are bait fishing use a standard Paternoster rig with two baits on the bottom droppers and a surf popper on the top dropper. I am convinced this material is tougher and the fish less likely to see it. The rock is quite high and one of the trickiest things is getting your fish up and away from the kelp which surrounds the base. Tide does not seem to matter too much, but at some stage you will get a good run of fish. My tips on gear are down further. Split tail minnows around three inch are great and brand does not matter too much. Only light gear is necessary and your trout gear will be fine. Our members, various government agencies, professional fishermen and charter operators provide tips and daily news on what's happening within the fishing circles of Tasmania. These are best fished with braid. And the best fishing is parallel to the beach rather than trying to belt out a big cast towards South Africa. You must play your fish out so that you can use a wave to bring it up and then swing it onto the rock. Cheaper reels have drag systems that are not as smooth and you are better off with monofilament on these. Some of the local Yep lures are great in the lighter silvery colours, but there are many. It is vital here because of the constant wind, high rock and strong fish. Our moderators all volunteer their time to ensure that the latest information is made available to members in a FAMILY safe, friendly environment. If you have any questions about anything related to fishing in Tasmania, email us through the contact link at the top of the page and we will reply to you when we have the information you are looking for. So cast parallel to the beach, but along behind the breakers. Kill them straight away, bleed them by cutting through the gills, keep them cool in any esky and on ice or in a slurry is best of all. Lures — hard body, slugs, slices, wobblers or soft plastics, plus bait or fly fishing from the shore is easy. Always put a surf popper on your rig as the fish seem to love them. About two thirds tide — either running in or out is best as the water races across the top of the rocks. It is an easy flat walk and takes less than half an hour. On the back side of this you will nearly always find salmon — it just depends which way the tide is running. I always use a fluorocarbon leader. If you walk north a couple of hundred metres you will find a man-made, but abandoned rock bar which runs two thirds the way across. Always soak a bait while you are stopping for lunch or a coffee.
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