Saturday On Saturday we were heading back to Brisbane. The looming thought of returning to work forced a right turn at Brooms Head. This coastal area in the Yuraygir National Park is a land-based fisherman’s paradise. There are plenty of estuaries, rocky headlands and beaches to choose from. You can catch all the common species; tailor, kingfish,Continue reading “Brooms Head – 3 October 2015”
Landangler finds the Tailor at Brooms Head
The weather stops behaving at Brooms Head
Landangler finds some cracker Brooms Head Bream
Landangler moves on to Brooms Head – the Whales are here, but where are the fish?
Landangler avoids the wind in the Sandon River estuary and finds a few fish
Landangler has a fish at Plover Island and then gets amongst a school of Bonito back at Brooms Head
In crystal clear waters on a bright sunny day, Landangler has a great Bream fishing session from the rocks in Northern New South Wales
The wind was up but there was still time to find a few fish at Brooms Head
A big fish owes Landangler a new rod at Brooms Head
Another land based fishing session in the Brooms Head lagoon for Landangler
Landangler finds a few fish in the surf at Brooms Head. Conditions were perfect for light gear and the Bream where everywhere
Saturday We arrived at Brooms Head at about 3.00pm on Saturday. I grabbed the rod and headed straight for the rocks, out the front. There was no wind and it was a hot, still afternoon. There was no swell and the tide would be low at about 5.00 pm. This meant it was quite safeContinue reading “Brooms Head – 17 September 2011”
Thursday The weather was improving but the swell was still up, so fishing the rocks out in front of Broomes Head did not look like a good prospect. I decided to go and have a look at the Sandon River, just 15 minutes drive to the south. This is small river system with a tidalContinue reading “Broomes Head – Sandon River – 23 Sept 2010”
Wind, rain and a massive swell mean’t a difficult start to the fishing at Broomes Head.