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Hi all

Does anyone know if Murrays beach ramp wharf is a decent spot to take my 5 year old for a fish?

Just looking for a safe spot in the jervis bay area for my little one drop a line and get a bit of action . From the photos on google maps it looked kind of shallow but i dont mind if its lots of little fish for the kids to have a bit of fun.

THanks

 

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The rockwall protecting the ramp fishes okay, but the rocks themselves are large and may be too big for a 5 year old to get around on.

Its a bit more of a walk in, but Scottish Rocks or Hole in the Wall may be better options.

Another spot with easier access would be the wharf and rockwall at Woolamia boat ramp. 

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19 hours ago, toboggi said:

Hi all

Does anyone know if Murrays beach ramp wharf is a decent spot to take my 5 year old for a fish?

Just looking for a safe spot in the jervis bay area for my little one drop a line and get a bit of action . From the photos on google maps it looked kind of shallow but i dont mind if its lots of little fish for the kids to have a bit of fun.

THanks

 

There have been plenty of fish around the beaches of Jervis Bay of late. If you don't want to head all the way out to Murrays ramp any of the beaches would be worth a try.

Callala or Culburra are usually very kid friendly.

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Thanks guys for the feedback. Was thinking the actual wharf at murrays rather than the rocks. Will check out Woollamia.

 

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29 minutes ago, toboggi said:

Thanks guys for the feedback. Was thinking the actual wharf at murrays rather than the rocks. Will check out Woollamia.

 

The wharf can get pretty busy with boats coming and going.

Never seen anything worthy in there, just toads, sweep etc.

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