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Throw a line in the Nerang River! Weedons Crossing is a significant inflow point for the Nerang River system so there is a lot of food for fish. We've put together some helpful tips for you to make the most of it.
This fishing platform is located within the Nerang River parklands, under the M1 motorway at Nerang. To find the platform:
Find on Google maps.
What are you likely to catch? Prepare and keep your eye out for:
Make the most of it with yabbies, herrings, live mullet and mud worms.
Last of the run out and during the run in.
Cast small metal lures, poppers or live baits. Use a light-to-medium, estuary outfit and match up with a two-kilogram to four-kilogram line. For larger fish, try using up to 10-kilogram line class matched up with an eight-foot, medium-tapered rod.
You can help protect our waterways and fish stocks, by doing a few simple things: