First of the Whales near Narooma

Whale Watching Narooma

Whale Watching Narooma Tours

The first of the whales have been spotted near Narooma.

The humpback whales are on their migration north to warmer waters for the winter and will return around September when our whale watching season will start, when the whales are migrating south back to Antarctica.

The whales don’t hang around whilst heading north, and swim quite fast, but on their journey back the whales hang around, and is the best time to see them, as they play and jump around.

Fishing over the weekend at Montague Island

The weekend saw improvement in the kingfish at Montague Island with Saturday keeping around a dozen kingfish and leaving them biting to chase a feed of reef fish, jigs working well and with the best fish in the mid 80cm range although the majority of fish in 65-75cm range, tougher going today only finding 4-5 legal Kingies although the seals made it tough going still plenty of bonito around along with a feed of reef fish and flatties! Read more…