Bait | Catch | Eat
Go fishing in Adelaide from our jetties, beaches and inlets or on a charter.
Fishing is a favourite pastime for many of the locals who fish from the jetties and beaches. Head down to the local bait and tackle store and ask our friendly fishing locals for the best advice and local spots for abundant fish.
Fishing charters will take you further out for some of our deep water species. South Australia is blessed with the cooler waters off the Great Australia Bight providing a great range and quantity of fish species.
We are famous for our iconic Snapper, by far be the most sought after fish in local waters. Snapper are accessible due to our shallow gulfs, and coming in a close second is the famous South Aussie King George Whiting. If you have not tried King George Whiting before, make sure you either catch one or buy one at one of our coastal eateries!
There is also Southern Calamari, Blue Swimmer Crabs, Small Sharks, Garfish, Australian Salmon, Trevally, Flathead and a range of reef fish.
You can even visit the first of its kind Artificial Reef in West Lakes and cast a reel off the foreshore for numerous types of fish.
Glenelg Fishing Charters
Glenelg Fishing Charters Adelaide run fantastic fishing trips for experienced, inexperienced fisherpersons, recreational, sporting and corporate group Fishing Charters. The Glenelg Fishing Charters friendly and professional approach will ensure you the best possible fishing experience on board their customised 10 metre Fishing charter vessel and/or the Mariton 8.5 metre Fishing charter.
Phone Mark on 0409 326 698
Go Get ‘Em Fishing Charters
Professionals, amateurs or total beginners, Go Get ‘Em fishing charters cater for everyone who wants to fish. Sailfish 7.2 metre Catamaran fits up to six passengers, has an on-board toilet and twin 150 four stroke Mercury’s. Charters run 7 days a week and launches from the West Beach Boat Ramp, Barcoo Road West Beach.
Phone Tom on 0418 893 419
Fishing off the Jetty
The jetties of Adelaide Beaches including Glenelg, Henley, Brighton and Grange Beach are lined with locals every night waiting for that bite to happen.
Head down to the local jetty and cast your line over the rails. There is plenty of fish for everyone!
West Lakes - Artificial Reef Habitat
As part of Council’s project to improve the fish habitat and promote positive, recreational fishing in West Lakes, 12 new artificial reefs were deployed into the waters of the lake.
The floating reefs are world first, and were designed specifically for lake, which has a soft sediment that could otherwise bury conventional reef structures over time.
The reefs are expected to promote the health of the lake and improve the fish habitat with a likely increase in fish numbers within the lake.
The new reefs have been strategically placed to increase positive fishing from Inlet Reserve and increase the fish population in the lake. Currently there is a fish cleaning station a playground and public toilets all available at Inlet Reserve making it an ideal family fishing location.
Other Fishing Spots
- Torrens Inlet
- Birken Head
- Garden Island Boardwalk
- Largs Jetty
- North Haven Breakwater
- Outer Harbour
- Snowdens Beach
- St Kilda Breakwater