- Published: Sunday, 04 February 2018 21:10
The imposing stretch of rocky shoreline at Quobba continues to be an iconic destination for WA shore anglers and with good reason.
Located just north of Carnarvon, Quobba offers the rare chance for land-based fishos to tangle with species normally exclusive to boat anglers such as spanish mackerel, tuna and even billfish.
There was a time when we used to visit Quobba most years and enjoyed some fantastic fishing from the rocks for cobia and shark mackerel in particular, but haven’t been back there for a while now.
I will always remember our first trip, when we drove up overnight and arrived just after sunrise to the sight of fish busting up south of the station and flocks of birds wheeling around for as far as the eye could see.