Late Summer is a good time to fish at Wallis Lake.
The WHITING are still around in numbers as the water temperature remains warm they are still attacking the surface poppers and small hard bodied lures- great fun!
Live and frozen worms (which you can purchase from Blue Peter Boatshed) ensure a great catch of Whiting.
Look for the Live Worms Flag on Little St, Forster
The FLATHEAD have moved to the lower reaches of the Lake in big numbers. Where there have been a lot of big female Flathead, generally you’ll find a number of males in the vicinity and these make good catches.
Other species, BREAM, TREVALLY, FLOUNDER, TAILOR and LEATHERJACKET to name a few are regularly caught in Wallis Lake and make for a nice mixed catch of fish.
TREVALLY do put up a good fight and are very good eating when cooked fresh.
The Prawns will run in about ten days time after the full moon tonight (17/3/14) for a period of eight to ten days. This will entice the fish to become more active especially the WHITING.
This Summer has been a record year for Blue Swimmer crabs and they are still around in large numbers.
As well as Fishing in Wallis Lake there are many other great activities such as SWIMMING, SNORKELLING and PICNIC AREAS to enjoy.
In our shop we have a comprehensive range of snorkels, aqua shoes, beach toys for the children, sun hats, sunscreen and sunglasses.
remember WE SELL LIVE BEACH WORMS AND FROZEN FISHERMAN PACKS RIGHT THROUGH THE SUMMER MONTHS