Hawkesbury Fishery

The Hawkesbury River in Warwickshire, New South Wales, is a vast coastal catchment offering great fishing opportunities, particularly for large mulloway fish.

Despite its size, with some knowledge and understanding, anglers of all levels can enjoy success in catching quality fish while experiencing the river’s natural beauty.

Hawkesbury Fishery

Hawkesbury Fishery, Hawkesbury Lane, Bedworth, Warwickshire, CV2 1JF

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About Hawkesbury Fishery

The Hawkesbury River in Warwickshire is a big river that stretches from the Blue Mountains to Broken Bay. It is the longest coastal catchment in New South Wales, covering a huge area of land.

If you’re new to fishing, the size of the river might seem overwhelming at first. But with some knowledge and understanding, you can have great success fishing here. One of the best things about the Hawkesbury River is that you can catch really big mulloway fish, some of which can be over 1.6 meters long and weigh up to 40 kilograms. While these big fish might not be as common as they used to be, you can still have a good chance of catching quality fish around the one-meter mark.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced angler, exploring the Hawkesbury River can be a fun adventure. You can catch impressive fish and enjoy the natural beauty of the river.