Fishing Broken Bay, Pittwater, Cowan Creek, and the Hawkesbury River

Flint and Steel Point
Broken Bay offers an astonishing number of sites for offshore, protected bays, and river fishing.

Within these primary fishing zones you can bottom fish, drift fish, or troll for a wide range of species from marlin to squid. The great spots to fish are legend.

You can spend years exploring the natural wealth and beauty of these waterways.

 

Lion Island guards the entrance to Broken Bay and Pittwater

Few places in Australia offer such immediate access to good offshore fishing grounds. Within minutes of leaving the dock you're out the heads - no bar to worry about.

If you feel like a break you can run back into a protected bay for lunch and then go straight back out again.

You can also plan your fishing trip a long time in advance because no matter what the weather is doing you can find a good place to fish. If it's blowing hard, you can fish the Hawkesbury River or Cowan waters and if the weather is fine you can move offshore in a matter of minutes - and escape back into protected waters should the weather take a turn for the worse.

Here are some great Internet sites to provide you with up to date information on where the best action is, what to catch and how to catch it:

Marinews GPS waypoints for hot fishing spots will give you pin-point offshore location data of the best local spots.

Check out this Jewfish story on Hotspotfishing.com to see what you can catch in the Hawkesbury River and Cowan waters.

SydneyFishfinder.com.au will provide you with constantly updated reports of fishing in broken bay.

Fishraider.com give you recent fishing reports, articles and photos in the Hawkesbury, Broken Bay and Cowan waters. Fishraider has a special section on squid and there are lots of squid to be caught in Cowan waters.

Fishing Monthly also has good reports on what's being caught in the Hawkesbury, Pittwater, Broken Bay and Cowan waters. Their site has a wealth of information on every aspect of fishing in New South Wales.

Sportsfish Australia is an Aussie Interactive Sports Fishing Website! They have original articles, written by well respected Aussie Angling journos, interactive discussion forums where you can post your photos from your own computer and vote in our regularly updated on-line polls.


The Australian National Sportfishing Association represents the recreational fishing industry in Australia and has a very informative website with information on a wide range of recreational fishing subjects.

 

 

 

 

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