The Ningaloo Reef - Sight Fishing at it´s Best
'Exmouth' - The Northward of Australia
The map of Australia shows a peninsula extending northward from its northwest corner. This approximately 75 mile long peninsula is known as the North West Cape and is home to the town of Exmouth and the Ningaloo Reef.
The spectacularly clear waters of the Indian Ocean lap upon the shoreline of this isolated and remote outback desert coastline.
This fishery has two distinctly different aspects.
On the western coast of the cape, are the crystal clear, tourquiose waters of the Indian Ocean and the Ningaloo Reef. On the eastern side, is the Exmouth Gulf, a totally different marine environment. The waters on both sides of the cape provide an outstanding number of shallow water, sight casting opportunities. We recommend to split your fishing days fishing equally between both sides of the cape.
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Always tight lines, Alexander
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