The North wall offers the typical sort of breakwall fishing common elsewhere along the NSW coast for bream, tailor, blackfish and jewfish, with the occasional snapper after heavy seas and mackerel and tuna when the tropical current touches the shore.
North Wall access is great, you can even take the bicycle path from town. Parking is adequate at both spots except when the surf’s up and the fish are on.
Longer rods are necessary on the walls to keep terminal tackle clear of the rocks below and to keep anglers safe from the sometimes vigorous waves. Blue pillies and cut bait work for the tailor and bream, worms will catch whiting and school jew and cabbage takes the blackfish in Autumn and early Winter when they first come into the river.
Type : Fishing Location
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Location: Kingsford Smith Drive Ballina NSW 2478
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