Second day of the exploration of the New South Wales South Coast some cloud and a bit of wind, but what an area to explore. Decided to head over from Sanctuary Point to have a look at the Jervis Bay and Huskisson area. First stop was the main beach on the shore of Jervis Bay. Amazing place, lots of little creeks emptying out onto the beach. Easy fishing with amazing clear water, great flows and heaps of bait fish. Here are few photos of the bay and beach. Also short video of one of the creeks, Moona Moona Creek.

As the water looked exceptional of course had to try for a fish. Used the Motoroil Grubz and after only a few casts got a few bream, small but great fun and two flatties. Not world beaters but still fish. The Moona Moona creek is easily accessible for land based fishing at the entrance of the beach and further inland. Past the road bridge it is a great system with mangrove lined banks and crystal clear water. It was easy to spot the fish, especially the bream who were in outstanding numbers.

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