Bremer Bay, Western Australia

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Bremer Bay has some of the best beach salmon fishing in WA’s south coast, with bream fishing in the Bremer River’s Wellstead Estuary.

A 4WD is needed to reach the best surf spots, but for the family fisho with a 2WD vehicle, Short Beach has a sealed road and good salmon fishing.

Fosters and Reef Beaches require high-clearance 4WD, and produce large salmon and trevally, with a chance of mulloway.

Many rock platforms in this area drop into deep water and produce samson, kingfish, pink snapper and mulloway.

For dinghy fishos there is a boat ramp in the lower Bremer River at Muirs Point.

The estuary entrance beach has mulloway when the bar opens.

There is a marina boat ramp at Fishery Beach.

A 4WD track leads 17km north of Bremer township to Gordon Inlet, with bream in the upper river for cartopper and canoe fishos.

Further north, beach launching is inside Point Ann at Cheadanup, located on the rabbit-proof fence.

This is part of Fitzgerald River National Park.

Boaters who go out wide will find pink snapper, nannygai, blue morwong, kingfish, samson and more.

Bremer Bay is about 180km by road from Albany.

There are public launch sites at Two People’s Bay, Cheynes Beach, and Cape Riche.

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Fosters Beach salmon fishing

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