FISHING THE SOUTH COAST

the trail

IT”S NEVER A BAD DAY TO FISH

I’m spending a few days down at Currarong; a three-hour drive south of Sydney. I’m just resting, just fishing and just doing nothing.

We take off mid-morning to try our hand fishing. Walking along the scenic Abrahams Bosom Walking Track we find our way to the wreck of the Merimbulla at Whale Point.

near whale point

In 1928 it ran aground and for many years stood with her bow pointing high in the sky. The years have passed and today only a fragment of the wreck remains.

escaping fish

The weather was great but the fishing not successful however we came across this beached pod of giant bait fish that in their attempt to escape my fishing skills ran up the beach.

Abraham's Bosom Beach

We are back close to home and the long stretch of white sand of the Abraham’s Bosom beach sparkles under the bright summer sun.

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