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With the continental shelf being only a few kilometers offshore, Ningaloo Reef is a spectacular and diverse fishing destination.
game and bill-fish fishing
Ningaloo Reef is recognised as the premier game fishing destination in Western Australia. Few places in the world offer the ability to hook famous species such as Black, Blue and Stripped Marlin, Spanish Mackerel, Giant Trevally, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo and Sailfish regularly.
Ningaloo Reef is also one of the few places worldwide where one can catch such a variety and abundance of billfish species throughout all 12 months of the year.
Ningaloo Reef is truly a fisherman's playground with some of the most sought after reef fishing species on offer. Wrestle with Coral Trout, Red Emperor, North West Snapper, Groper and much more.
The coral reef is located only 100 metres off shore at its nearest point and less than seven kilometres at its furthest.
Similar to billfish, anglers on the Ningaloo Reef catch an abundance of reef fish year round.
bone and fly fishing
A short distance from the camp and outside the National park, the coastal shallows provide the best conditions for Australia’s only bonefish fishery. The reef forms a giant lagoon with extensive shallow sand flats and crystal clear water.
As the water warms up from late September through the summer and autumn, the Permit turn up on the Bonefish flats in bigger numbers. There is nowhere else in Australian waters that you can cast at Bonefish and Permit on the same flats and expect to catch either!
Please note if you would like to fly fish you will need to bring your own gear with you.
We are committed to the sustainable fishing practice of catch and release.
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Courtesy of www.fish.wa.gov.au