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We enjoyed the experience so much our family of four went twice in a week. The first time it took us 3 hours to catch 3 salmon. We fished in the large pond where you can see the salmon in the water- our two kids...More
This place is a must do. You arrive get given a Rod and bait for free, anything you catch you pay for by the kg ($24pkg) which is very cheap. There’s a large pond about 3/4 the area of a football field full of salmon...More
Though after being told the Salmon were about 1 to 2 kg. We eventually caught 3 very small fish 1.6 all three whole fish weighed together. You are told not to put them back but noticed some people accidentally dropping their small fish back. An...More
We just went for the purpose of feeding the eels although the fishing did look fun. The signposting we found a bit unclear but we got where we needed to and bought a couple of pottles of eel food (salmon) for $2 each and headed...More
Went there again this year. It is always a good time. Only caught the 1 salmon but it was a good feast at the end. Friendly staff and they come around to help you out too. The salmon you catch and then eat is delicious....More
The petting zoo area was popular and there were many young kids fishing. The kids attractions were free of charge. The deep rearing ponds could probably do with fencing off from a safety point of view.
We ate at the restaurant and had the platter....More
We had fun and caught two salmon which weighed 3.4kg together. We asked for one raw in fillets. The other we asked for smoked which we were told would take twenty minutes. Actually took 50 minutes which made us late for our dinner booking.
Grab a rod and a net and walk over to the lake. Teenage daughter caught her first ever fish and it was a beauty
Great set up. Fish smoked for you afterwards, no messy bits for us to do!
Tip. Get some bait