EASTER, 2019, AND THE NSW SCHOOL HOLIDAYS, ARE ALMOST HERE AND THE WEATHER AT WALLIS LAKE, FORSTER, IS CONTINUING VERY WARM JUST IDEAL FOR BOATING AND FISHING. FLATHEAD can still be caught in the lower reaches of Wallis Lake. This is due to recent patchy heavy rains and change of season.
WHITING are still quite active with Live Worms being the preferred bait. The water temperature is now quite warm.
BREAM - Large Bream are being caught in the lower reaches of Wallis Lake and near the bridge.
Prawns, mullet gut and Mullet fillets being the ideal bait, Large Kingfish and Jewfish are still being taken at the Breakwall.
LUDERICK (Blackfish) are coming on the bite and can be caught on fresh green weed.
There is a great number of very tasty Blue Swimmer Crabs in the Lake also. They can be easily caught using witches hat nets on the shallow sand flats. The odd mud crab is also being caught in Wallis Lake.
Prawns will run from the end of this month (March) and could be large in size and numbers as these next catches are at the end of the Season.
Other varieties such as Trevally, Leatherjacket and Flounder can be caught using a variety of Bait that we sell here at BLUE PETER BOATSHED.
LIVE WORMS will be available all over the NSW School holiday period including Easter holiday season and Anzac Day weekend.
We sell a good range of Tackle, sun hats, sunscreen and all your boating needs. The Blue Peter Boatshed Shop Stocks: Drinks, snacks, ice creams and ICE . Our fishing advice and detailed coloured map is invaluable!
We are open from 8am to 5pm daily with extended hours over the coming Easter and School holidays,
so come and find us at 95 Little Street FORSTER NSW 2428