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Discussion in 'Going Fishing, Travelling?' started by chicka, May 2, 2009.

  1. chicka

    chicka New Member

    Aug 3, 2006
    With all these warm fishing destinations on our Nthn. doorstep to experience and everyone saying "I never have the time",save some dollars and there's cheap flights around too.
    Eco Resort is just Sth of Broome.Click on activities and fishing!
    Last edited: May 2, 2009
  2. chicka

    chicka New Member

    Aug 3, 2006
    Found this spot someone had mentioned on the net just Sth of Broome on Google Earth.Looks like a good spot to wet a line.
    Port Smith Lagoon 150klms Sth. of Broome.
    Last edited: Jun 30, 2009
  3. Wunderlust

    Wunderlust Active Member Admin

    Jul 9, 2007
    There's some good spots in broome - Onshore and offshore... Further soiuth there 80mile beach... meant to be an out of thei world fishing experience - judging by the piccies shown in the caravan park!

  4. helioz2000

    helioz2000 New Member

    Sep 6, 2009
    Broome is Great

    Broome is a great spot, we loved our 10day stay during our 3 month caravan trip.
    Fishing up north is unbelievable for us Southerners, even at the "worst" fishing conditions of the year.
    To get onto the larger species you need to go offshore with a reasonably large boat. We went 22 Nm off shore with Cameron the propietor of "Sentosa Charters" on his 60' vessel and we had a great day coming home with a bag full of [big] fish. Took us nearly 3 weeks to eat it all.
    I can recommend that you go with someone else and buy a "shared line" for the second person as pulling up those large fighting species takes a lot of energy and it's great have a rest while hand the line to your off-sider (mate, child, missus, ..) for a little while.

    Here is the vessel called "Sealegs" which takes fishos from the shore to the mothership.
    Last edited: Sep 6, 2009

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