Fishing Ninian Bay Cape York is a remote area with great fishing potential.
ACCESS VIA CAPE MELVILLE NATIONAL PARK
Alternate access with a slightly longer run is from Cape Melville campground.
All land access is beach launching and 4×4 only.
A HUGE VARIETY OF SPECIES FISHING NINIAN BAY
We were at Ninian Bay during the monsoon so it wasn’t the best conditions.
Not much bait but we did manage to grab some livies using the techniques in our Locating Livies course.
When the bait is scarce, the extra locations you’ll learn in this course ensure you always come up trumps.
The area is remote, but like anywhere, sometimes it fires and sometimes it doesn’t.
This day the water was green so we didn’t have high hopes.
TEN MINUTES OF BEDLAM AND A SURPRISE CATCH!
After locating some ground the usual suspects came to the boat and we had some fun with the leaping queenies.
But what happened next was a complete surprise!
THE KEY TO CATCHING GOOD FISH
The difficulty most anglers face when using their depth sounder, is they don’t exactly know what is underneath them.
Unless you call it and then catch that species, you never know 100% know if you are interpreting things correctly.
Sounder Skills 1 is just $20 at the moment and has some quick tips to improve seeing fish and interpreting things.
It costs a heap of money to go fishing ninian bay, cape york, and other remote places.
You actually get better return on an investment in knowledge than in a new lure or rod/reel.
On this trip we used our own lures almost exclusively because after years of testing they have been found to be so effective.
You can purchase using the following links.
Ryan’s custom rod made by Ron Farren of Salty Dog Custom Rods in Townsville. You can contact him via his facebook page.
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I hope you enjoyed our video Fishing Ninian Bay, Cape York.
Stay tuned for the next episode as we have some hectic fishing sessions as we continue north on our trip around the Barrow Islands.