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Pardoo Station

4.5/5 - (2 votes)
20°6'28.53" S, 119°34'49.24" E

Pardoo Station is a cattle station that has accommodation for caravans, campers and 88 air conditioned rooms and 4 houses. All modern amenties are available and it is suitable for families. Well eqipped anglers can also camp in more isolated areas closer to the creeks, provided they are self sufficient.

The station gives anglers access to several fishing locations along the beach and several estuaries systems. Pardoo station has 3 tidal creeks and 16km of fishable coastline that is accessible by well-maintained bush tracks. You do not need a 4WD to access all of the fishing spots.

When fishing the beaches anglers can expect Threadfin and Blue Salmon, Flathead, Whiting and Bream. In the creeks Barramundi, Mangrove Jack, Trevally, Queenfish, Cod, Salmon and Mudcrabs. The odd small mackerel are also caught at the mouth of the rivers.

Fishing from a small boat as always, provides access to some great fishing around shallow reefs for Tuskfish, Coral Trout, Mackerel, Triple Tail, Trevally and Queenfish.

Land Based fishing Pardoo Station

Pardoo Creek

Accessed via two wheel drive, Pardoo Creek has several camping spots and a few good places to go fishing. The best option for land based fishing here is using live baits, particularly mullet. Anglers can expect Barramundi (November to February), Threadfin Salmon and Mangrove Jack.

Pardoo Beach

The beach fishing in the dirty water is good for Threadfin Salmon most of the year although winter seems the best. Use fresh strip mullet or prawns to tempt a good sized threadfin salmon.

Baked Bean Creek

Accessed via four wheel drive, it is not recommended driving across the tidal flats during the spring tides. The creek has mangrove jack, threadfin salmon, bream, flathead and the odd Barramundi.

Banningarra Creek

Accessed via four wheel drive, fishing the small inlet to the south on an incoming tide for Threadfin Salmon, the odd barramundi in Summer.

Small boat fishing Pardoo

Fishing Pilbara Creeks

Fishing the tides is important in all the north west creeks. Spring tides are the hardest to fish, particularly with lures as fish could be anywhere. A good place to start in at the mouth of the small feeder creeks, as the tide rises move into the feeder creeks casting lures shallow diving lures for Barramundi and Threadfin Salmon. Find the deepest holes close to the feeder creeks and work these creek thoroughly. The last of the run out time is another good time to target the mouth of the feeder creeks.

The feeder creeks and channels at the mouth of the smaller rivers are also a good place to target Threadfin and Barramundi on shallow diving hard body lures. Although live baiting with mullet along the stretches of the creek or floating a mullet into some snags is probably the most successful way of landing good fish during the big tides.

During the Neap tides the lure fishing is much better, find the deepest holes of the creek closest to the mouth of the river or creek. Use your sounder to find Barramundi and Threadfin Salmon in the deeper holes. Use soft vibes and soft plastics to jig off the bottom slowly. Upstream work the snags and mangroves for Mangrove Jack, Cod and typical by catches of Flathead and Bream.

Pardoo Creek

Anglers can expect Threadfin and Blue Salmon, Trevally, Queenfish and bread and butter species. The barramundi fishing is best from November to February. The odd Triple Tail are also caught around the mouth of the creek.

Offshore Pardoo

There are several small reefs and islands off Pardoo and the cape. These fishing spots produce Tuskfish, Coral Trout, Mackerel, Trevally and Queenfish.

Banningarra Creek

Small boats can be launched from the shore here giving access to some great fishing in the creek. Barramundi in summer, Threadfin and Blue salmon most of the year and Mangrove Jack all year round.

Where to go fishing near Pardoo Station?

  • Titchilla Cliffs Good fishing at high tide for Queenfish, Trevally and the odd Mackerel.
  • Titchilla Good camping and fishing. The creek has Blue and Threadfin Salmon, Cod, Queenfish and the odd Barramundi in Summer.
  • Banningarra Creek Small boats can be launched from the shore here giving access to some great fishing in the creek. Barramundi in summer, Threadfin and Blue salmon most of the year and Mangrove Jack all year round.
  • Offshore Pardoo There are several small reefs and islands off Pardoo and the cape. These fishing spots produce Tuskfish, Coral Trout, Mackerel, Trevally and Queenfish.
  • Pardoo Creek Anglers can expect Threadfin and Blue Salmon, Trevally, Queenfish and bread and butter species. The barramundi fishing is best from November to February. The odd Triple Tail are also caught around the mouth of the creek.
  • Banningarra Creek Accessed via four wheel drive, fishing the small inlet to the south on an incoming tide for Threadfin Salmon, the odd barramundi in Summer.
  • Baked Bean Creek Accessed via four wheel drive, it is not recommended driving across the tidal flats during the spring tides. The creek has mangrove jack, threadfin salmon, bream, flathead and the odd Barramundi.
  • Pardoo Beach The beach fishing in the dirty water is good for Threadfin Salmon most of the year although winter seems the best. Use fresh strip mullet or prawns to tempt a good sized threadfin salmon.
  • Pardoo Creek Accessed via two wheel drive, Pardoo Creek has several camping spots and a few good places to go fishing. The best option for land based fishing here is using live baits, particularly mullet. Anglers can expect Barramundi (November to February), Threadfin Salmon and Mangrove Jack.
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Broome & Kununurra fishing report

Broome Catches Sport fishers continue to encounter fair numbers of sailfish and the odd black marlin north of Grey Shoals. Spanish mackerel have also been found in these waters while longtail and... Read more

Fish currently being caught in the Pilbara region November, 2016

Barramundi Blue Salmon Mangrove Jack Queenfish Threadfin Salmon
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Current Rating Pardoo Station November, 2016
3.7/5 - (48 votes)
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Recommended Lures for Pardoo Station

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Squidgies Pro Wriggler – 100mm

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Good for: Spangled Emperor

Laser Pro 120

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Squidgies Pro Mongrel 115mm

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Suited for some Fish Species.
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Squidgies Pro Lobby

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Suited for some Fish Species.
Good for: Yellowfin Bream
Berkley Gulp! Shrimp 2"

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Bream Lure the Strike Pro Pygmy 2

Pygmy 2 – Strike Pro

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Laser Pro 160

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Suited for some Fish Species.
Good for: Barramundi, Spanish Mackerel
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CRYSTAL MINNOW™ SUSPENDING

Suited for some Fish Species.
Good for: Barramundi, Mangrove Jack, Threadfin Salmon

Jewie 150

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4 Comments on “Pardoo Station” fishing

  • Garry McCagh

    says:

    Are salted mullies good for fishing at pardoo

  • Mark Cole

    says:

    Hi there,
    I am planning a trip next year around Feb/March and am interested in accessing Titchilla, i have been there several times (last time about 13 years ago). Is it still accessible? I have heard some stations have cut access to public without permission.
    Thanks for your our time Mark

    • Peter

      says:

      Mark

      DeGrey like a lot of stations has limited access due to the damage caused by visitors, you may get permission for Titchilla if you give the owners a call

  • 예스벳88

    says:

    Love watching sunset every night !

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