Boating Fishing Camping Tips for Catching, Cleaning, and Cooking Fish

Man shows freshly caught trout in a river

Hiking and bird watching aren’t the only activities available to you when you decide to go out camping in Western Australia. Fishing is another outdoor activity you and your family can bond over while enjoying the majesty of the great outdoors.

One of the key recreational fishing species in Western Australia is trout. These strong fish pose a good challenge for beginners and experienced anglers alike, as well as make for a nutritious meal (numerous B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids) when grilled. If you would like to experience the excitement and satisfaction of catching and preparing your own dinner, here are a few tips to help you get started.

Gear You’ll Need to Pick Up

Prior to your trip, make sure you pass by a trusted boating fishing camping retailer like Getaway Outdoors. You’ll want to pick up a good rod and reel combo for fishing. Let the store personnel know that you plan to target trout during your trip; they’ll be more than happy to help you choose the perfect set up. As for the fishing line, choose the lightest line you can get away with (usually 1kg). Trout spook easily once they see a line, which is why you want one that is too thin for them to detect.

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