Fishing report Werribee Rock Wall. I ventured down to Wyndham harbour and fished on the Werribee Rock wall with a couple of local mates. We arrived at 7.00am and noted peak of high tide was scheduled at 10.00am. We carefully navigated over some rocks and setup, casting out baits. After being there for 10 minutes my rod started screaming. Something was hooked and it took almost 100+ meters of line of the reel. After battling it for 10 minutes it ended up being a large eagle ray. I was not the big snapper I was hoping for but I was still happy and enjoyed the battle and the big crowd that gathered to watch. We fished on and had a great run for about 30 minutes catching 4 good size flathead in the mid and low 40’s and 1 small pinky. After a couple of hours the bite went very quiet and we packed up and called it a morning. It was still a great morning out on the water, fishing with a couple of good mates.

Video footage of this session can be seen on the following links

Big Eagle Ray –

Rockwall Flathead –