Snapper Season in South Australia 2019

South Australia is at its best during the Snapper Season. You have more than 300,000 people, or 1 in six South Australians, going out fishing during these months –mums, dads, kids, they are all in it. Families that fish together, stay together, as we like to say here.

When Does the Snapper Season Start in South Australia?

The Snapper Season in South Australia gets underway in October and lasts through the end of April. The season reaches its peak during Christmas and the Holiday Season.

Fishing is very important to South Australia; so many local communities and small businesses depend on it. It is one of the biggest generators of employment here, and one of the prime drivers of tourism in the state.

Where to Find Snappers in South Australia?

There are so many great fishing spots in South Australia. SA is famous for having some of Australia’s finest whiting, snapper and mulloway. There is nothing unusual about finding Snappers here that weigh 13.5 kilos or more.

There Are many great fishing grounds here, where you’re likely to find plenty of Snappers – St. Kilda, one of Adelaide’s lesser known fishing spots, is always packed with Snappers at this time of the year.

Rapid Bay at Fleurieu Peninsula is also pretty good. A new jetty has been built there primarily for recreational fishers.

We also like Cape Willoughby and Cape Hart, which have large Snapper schools passing by at this time of the year. Also worth visiting is the NORA Creina Bay, just off the Limestone Coast.

Port Hughes at the Eastern Spencer Gulf, Port Wakefield ay the Northern Gulf St Vincent, Coles Point on the West Coast and Fowlers Bay on the Far West Coast are the other fishing grounds we like; where you’re going to find a lot of success. 

How to Catch the Snapper Fish in South Australia?

Right, you will need to get the right fishing equipment fish. You will definitely require soft plastic lures. Go for any of the top brands such as Squidgies, Berkeley and Zman Lures that make high quality plastic lures.

Also,you will need a proper pre-tied fishing rig. There’s none better than the Reedy’s Ultra Rigz from Reedy’s Rigz. 

Reedy’s Ultra Rigz is a pre-tied fishing rig favored by new anglers because it is soeasy to use. Anyone who is new to fishing should love these rigs; just tie theUltra Rigz to your mainline and start catching Snappers right away.

In fact, there are many professional fishermen who like Reedy’s Ultra Rigz as it is a pre-tied rig and saves them a lot of time and effort it saves them. So, they can focus on the main thing – fishing – rather than worrying about the non-essential details.

 Reedy’s Rigz is an Australian company that makes a variety of Snapper Lures, Pre-Tied Paternoster Rigs, Snapper Snatcher Rigs, Jigs, Flasher Rigs and more.  You will find their specialized fishing gear and equipment only at local tackleshops in Australia.  

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10kg Snapper Caught at North Haven On A Reedy’s Ultra Rig 

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South Australia Tackle Stores That Stock Reedy’s Rigz Fishing Tackle

North Haven Marine & Fuel Supplies

Address: 23 Alexa Rd, North Haven SA 5018

Gotcha Fishing Tackle

Address: 413 Magill Rd, St Morris SA 5068

The Fishing Scene

224 Seaford Rd
Seaford, South Australia, Australia 5169

South Coast Marine

Address: 23 Hutchinson St, Goolwa SA 5214

O’Sullivan Beach Boat Ramp

Address: Marine Dr, O’Sullivan Beach SA 5166

Adelaide Shores Marine

1 Barcoo Road, West Beach
Adelaide, South Australia 5024

Smoky Bay General Store

Address: 1 Williams St, Smoky Bay SA 5680

Ceduna Homescene & Outdoors

50 Poynton St, Ceduna SA 5690

Turner Fuel Ki

26 Telegraph Rd, Kingscote SA 5223

St Kilda Tackle N Tucker

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