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Bullock Island

Australia > Victoria > Lakes Entrance

Type: Salt water, Pier/Jetty, Shore/Bank


based on 2 votes

Bullock Island is one of the most popular fishing spots in Lakes Entrance, where bream, luderick, flathead and garfish can be caught. The fishing is consistent, helped no doubt by the shellfish and fish pieces falling over the side from the commercial fishing boats that berth here.

The rock wall and jetty on Bullock Island is another popular area. Mulloway are sometimes caught in the channel between Bullock and Rigby Islands, and in The Narrows between Rigby Island and the mainland.

Fish species logged at this spot

  • 6
  • 3
  • 1

Suggested Bait

Any small baitfish, squid

Getting There

Right off the Princes Highway - just take Bullock Island Road over the bridge.

Location Attributes

  • Dog friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Parking nearby

Member Comments


Catches: 25

Caught Heaps!!!

30th April 2014

Came here a little while ago with some friends - we fished overnight from about 12am to 6am and caught heaps of fish.
Things started to die down a bit later in the morning. The spot had a lot of people fishing (around 15-20) but there was no shortage of fish. Lots of flathead.