Sydney is a great spot for recreational and sports fishing providing anglers with an opportunity to hone their skill and practise the art and science of fishing. Whether you are an amateur trying to experience the fun of fishing or you’re a seasoned angler who is out to showcase their skill to others, you can do it with our fishing boats in Sydney. We offer you different types of fishing boats whether for deep-sea fishing or for fishing around the beaches.
People taking fishing activities for fun and sports can hire our fleet of fishing boats to explore the fishing opportunities in Sydney ocean waters. Sydney offers year-round fishing seasons from January through to August. New Year starts in a big way in Sydney. Being peak season for tourists in Sydney, it makes the beaches and the city packed. You can escape the crowds by heading offshore where you engage in fishing. A morning fishing expedition tends to be most successful.
In March, the number of visitors visiting Sydney falls slightly, making it a great time to tour Sydney. Also, the water temperatures start to drop, but there are chances that you will find Salmon, Mahi, Marlin, and Bonito in Sydney Harbour. Hire a fishing boat and head to the waters to fish your favourite fish.
In April, you have most fishing activities coming to halt as the temperatures drop. That being said, you can still catch Mac Tuna and Bonito in the Harbour. There is also a possibility to catch Blue Marlin and Mahi during this month. With May setting in, local fish species begin to feed up as they prepare for winter. The season is changing with fishing being unpredictable. However, you can find Flathead fish, Kingfish, and Mulloway. Heading offshore, you can deep drop for Blue Eye Cod and Hapuka fish.
When June arrives, many anglers will pull in their boats as they prepare to take a break. At Sydney Harbour Escapes, we can give you a fishing expedition treat during this time. It is a great time for you to catch Snapper and some other type of fish over the inshore reefs. In July, it might be cold, however, that should not stop you from going out to fish. Hire our fishing boat and head offshore to catch tasty Squid, Bream, and Trevally in the Harbour. You may find Kingfish, Teraglin, and Snapper over the inshore reefs whilst Yellowfin, Bluefin, and Albacore Tuna can be found offshore.
The best month of the year to fish offshore within Sydney waters in August. There are good chances that you will catch Yellowfin, Bluefin, and Tuna.
Clovelly Beach and Gordons Bay are good fishing spots. During low tide, it’s when you have the rock-clinging critters being most visible. So, pick up your bucket and put down the rod. Of course, there are rules and laws to adhere to when fishing. Make sure you are wearing a lifejacket when fishing on the rocks. You will find that certain things are banned including fishing Blue Groper, spear-fishing, and harvesting of protected species like cockles and urchins.
Another ideal spot for fishing is Beulah Street Wharf at Sydney Harbour. Here you find fishing waiting in the pools and coves in the harbour. These fishes are swept into Sydney waters by ocean currents that swirl from the Pacific. The tidal flows tend to set up dozens of fishing spots along the Kirribilli’s rock walls allowing anglers to have good fishing experience.
Sydney Harbour is regarded as the most popular fishing sport in the city, so you may want to try your luck at various spots and at different times to discover your happiest hunting ground. Beulah Street Wharf is one of the good spots for fishing in the harbour. The Beulah Street wharf at the southern edge of Kirribilli is a nice spot where you can catch Bream, Squid, and Trevally. You can also catch Snapper, Flatheads, Jewfish, and Flounder on the rocks or on the beach. We will guide you on the fishing rules so that you follow them because taking an undersized fish can quickly draw the attention of Sydney City Council rangers.
You can also engage in deep-sea fishing where you head far offshore to a greater reward. From Tuna to Marlin to Wahoo, you will get them out there. Experiencing game fishing expeditions at their finest gives you some great moments. A fishing boat for deep sea fishing in Sydney gives you a different experience from fishing around the harbour. You will meet the beasts, so you have to be prepared as their bite can leave nobody indifferent. If you are looking forward to exploring the blue sea depths, get a Sydney Harbour Escapes fishing power boat and head further out. You will come across Marlin, Tuna, and Mahi Mahi. From November to May, you will be able to catch Blue, Black, and Striped Marlin – this is the time when the East Australian Current heads to the coastline. As the waters begin to cool down, you can catch Yellowfin, Bluefish, Tuna, Bonito, Albacore, as well as a variety of Sharks. You can go trolling or do live bait and jig. At times, poppers are able to catch Marlin all excited.
Do you plan to have a fishing expedition in Sydney? At Sydney Harbour Escapes, we have fishing boats to take to different fishing spots. Our fishing guides are experienced in the area and understand the best spots you can visit for fishing. We will take you to different fishing grounds where you will engage in fishing to catch your favourite fish.
You can even host a fishing contest or competition with your friends to showcase your fishing skills. You also have a chance to learn how to do fishing so that the next time you are there on your own, you have mastered the skill. Our fishing expeditions are designed to ensure safety and reap the most of your experience. Whether it’s a large group seeking recreational fishing activity or a smaller group doing sports fishing, at Sydney Harbour Escapes, we cater to your needs by providing you with suitable fishing boats in Sydney.