The groynes at Brighton fish fairly well around high tide, with reasonable sized Bream and Flathead available close in around the rocks. Luderick are the most abundant species available with specimens around 40cm not uncommon. Other fish caught around Brighton include stingrays and eel-tailed catfish.

The best baits are fresh prawns and live yabbies, with fresh berley cut from the plentiful cunjevoi around the rocks adding to the catch rate.

Below: A typical Brighton Luderick (aka Blackfish) caught by Deano

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