Hot Fishing Spots

Local knowledge is always your best source for finding out where the fish are biting in Tasmania. Ask local fishers and talk to staff in bait and tackle shops.

In this Topic

  • Bruny D'Entrecasteaux
    Find out which fish are biting and where in the Bruny D'Entrecasteaux Region including Margate, Huonville, Southport and Bruny Island.
  • Derwent Estuary Region
    Find out which fish are biting and where in the Derwent Estuary Region including Hobart, Bridgewater, Kingston and South Arm.
  • East Coast Region
    Find out which fish are biting and where around the East Coast including Bicheno, Swansea, Triabunna and Orford.
  • Tasman Peninsula Region
    Find out which fish are biting and where in the Tasman Peninsula Region including Frederick Henry and Norfolk Bays, Dunalley and Eaglehawk Neck.
  • St Helens Region
    Find out which fish are biting and where in the St Helens Region including Georges Bay, Binalong Bay and Grants Lagoon.
  • North East Coast and Flinders Island
    Find out which fish are biting and where around the North East Coast including Bridport, Musselroe Bay, Ansons Bay and Flinders Island.
  • Tamar Estuary Region
    Find out which fish are biting and where in the Tamar Estuary Region including around Launceston, Beauty Point and George Town.
  • Devonport and Port Sorell Region
    Find out which fish are biting and where around Devonport and Port Sorell.
  • North West Coast
    Find out which fish are biting and where along the North West Coast.
  • King Island
    Find out which fish are biting and where around King Island.
  • Macquarie Harbour
    Find out which fish are biting and where around Macquarie Harbour including Strahan.
  • Fishing Information Maps
    Fishing guides for the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, Bruny Island, Derwent River, Smithton and Stanley, St Helens, Tamar River and Tasman Peninsula.

Contact

Recreational Fishing Enquiries
Recreational Fisheries Section
1 Franklin Wharf
Hobart TAS 7001
Phone: 03 6165 3233, 1300 720 647
Email: fishing.enquiries@dpipwe.tas.gov.au