West Moore Island: A Well Kept Secret in Fishing Western Australia
Western Australia is blessed with a beautiful coastline for lovers of the sea and its creatures. It's well known for its excellent fishing conditions; that's why so many anglers from all over Australia come to visit this blue paradise. A variety of memorable and exciting fishing experiences await everyone who steps into this side of the continent, from Broome to Walpole coasts. Fishing in Western Australia is unlike any other because of its wide variety of fish - you will never know what you'll catch.
There are so many fishing spots in the area, including Kalbarri, Montebello Islands and Exmouth fishing charters, that each spot boasts a whole lot of fishing escapades. From the southern part of Western Australia's coast, there's Walpole that offers the best black bream fishing; the remote small islands near the northern part of Western Australia's coast, Rowley Shoals Islands, offer a rich variety of wahoo, dogtooth tuna, sailfish coral trout and red emperor; and fishing in Exmouth lets you fish from a boat floating on bright turquoise water or from the beach and catch a monster squid or table fish.
An Island Boasting of Rich Land and Water Environments
But what so many anglers and beach lovers don't know is that there's an incomparable idyllic West Moore Island on Western Australia's Pilbara Coast, just half-way between Port Hedland and Karratha, that basks in the glory of jaw-dropping landscapes, fine-fishing waters, and amazing scenery. Fishing Western Australia is at its best at West Moore Island because it's surrounded by three diverse ecosystems, giving it the most sensational fishing environment for any avid angler.
West Moore Island preserves the natural environment and fishing sustainability of the area by limiting the number of guests on the island, with a simple yet technologically equipped and low-impact fishing lodge for accommodation. There are no restaurants, bars, shops or crowds on the island because you are here to:
- explore the island
- commune with nature
- relax, unwind and catch a rich variety of fish
- enjoy the picturesque scenery
- be in awe of the breathtaking sunsets
Once you step on this island, you don't want to leave it. West Moore Island's superior hospitality, unique landscapes and seascapes, fantastic array of sea foods, fully relaxed atmosphere, and different fun activities: barramundi fishing, mud crabbing, catch-and-release fishing pool, reef fishing tours, swimming and snorkelling, bird watching, oyster picking, kayaking and more, will not make you go home.
Fishing at West Moore Island
There's so much you can do on this island - and the best part is fishing, be it beach fishing, reef fishing, creek fishing, or blue water fishing just like fishing in Exmouth. You can choose to fish from West Moore Island's well-equipped dinghies, charter vessels or your own boats.
Whether you choose to go fishing around the island with West Moore Island's dinghies or 54 ft. charter vessel, you are sure not to end up empty-handed because there's a rich culture of fish varieties just below the surface. Expect to snag some mangrove jack, whopping giant trevally (GT), permit, estuary cod, coral trout, threadfin salmon, mackerel, big reds, snapper, cobia, tuna, and so much more.
Be ready to explore this secret fishing getaway in Western Australia.