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Fishing St Helena

Be aware all of St Helena Island is now a green zone and fishing is prohibited.

Is it just me or does that depression on the right hand side look a lot like you would expect a meteor crater to look like. Anyways, as I write this I'm wondering whether many will get to use this information as St Helena is earmarked to become a green zone in its entirety, which I have always found amusing considering an area of it was accidentally dredged by QCL many years ago by mistake. Regardless St Helena is a diverse area and carries a number of different species which don't turn up too often around other islands, moses perch and white trevally being two of these.

Then it has all the usual suspects of a reef, sand and mud mix area such as bream, flathead, whiting, tailor, grassies, snapper and down to catfish, pike, rays and grinners.

St Helena Island

In some of the quieter bays on the eastern side squid can be caught along xos bream and nice haul of sand crabs, while its western side waters have a great run of small winter or diver whiting when the weather starts to cool. I've always found this area to be more consistent than Green Island and has always been a great go to for a feed.