Alex Bellissimo | August 12
The pigfish are going nuts off the ocean rocks and the upper harbour reaches towards the entrance. Much like bonito, jewfish and many of the other species we catch on our coast, the pigfish can be very hit and miss. This season is a bulls-eye.
Gary Brown | August 12
The temperature is low and the fishing has been a little slow. However, don’t give up just yet – there are still options for the dedicated and spring is just a month away!
Peter Le Blang | August 12
Once again the weather has been a real issue and the cold mornings are certainly sorting the brave from the weak!
Scott Lyons | August 12
It’s been one of the coldest winters I can remember across Sydney and with so much rain, it’s no wonder all has shut down over the last month around Botany Bay and offshore.
Craig Mcgill | August 12
A subdued swell gradually lifted the boat as we made our final exit out of Middle Harbour and onto Sydney Harbour’s lower reaches. As we rounded Grotto Point we went from the relatively tranquil estuarine environment of Middle Harbour straight into near enough to full ocean conditions. A whole new ball game!
Dan Selby | August 12
August in the Hawkesbury can be challenging but the rewards are there if you can brave the cold. It’s an eerie place to fish with the low lying fog and towering sandstone cliffs keeping the sun’s rays from reaching in for hours after day break.