Welcome to the fishing reports page, where each week you will find the most up to date reports anywhere in WA. Brought to you by Sunday Times fishing writer Scott Coghlan:
16th of June 2014
JURIEN BAY: There's been lot of mulloway and pink snapper taken by land-based anglers, including at the jetty and Hill River. A few mulloway have also come from towards Sandy Cape and the beaches have also been producing whiting, tailor and herring. There are still a few blue swimmer crabs at the marina. Squidding has been very productive in the mornings at the jetty.
Offshore, there have been lots of pink snapper caught in less than 30m of water. Dhufish are being encountered in close, with plenty of good fish being caught in 10 metres of water or less. Crayfish also being taken in good numbers in similar depths. Farther out, the wreck has been producing well, with very good numbers of cobia, along with yellowtail kingfish, yellowfin tuna, samson fish and even the odd dolphinfish. There are still a few spanish mackerel being caught behind the reef as well.
Ronsard Bay off Corunna Road, where you can also drive onto the beach and launch your boat.
The Jetty which is lit up at night - the end of Catalonia Street,
Hansen Bay off Hansen Bay Road.
This a great link to what fish could be caught in our area http://www.westernangler.com.au/fishing-info/fish-guide
Hangover Bay and Kangaroo Point off Indian Ocean Drive
Located in the pristine Nambung National Park, Hangover Bay is the perfect spot for a swim or a picnic during a day trip to the Pinnacles.
Just a short drive from the limestone spiers that make up the Pinnacles, Hangover Bay is popular for all kinds of water-based fun including swimming, fishing, windsurfing, surfing and snorkelling.