There is plenty of fishy water to explore on the Nornalup Inlet, which is known for producing good king george whiting, skippy and herring right to the mouth, while the Frankland River is one of the state’s best black bream rivers, and also turns up a few giant herring. In summer, the sand flats can be very good for bream. Nearby beaches will produce the usual fare such as herring and skippy, and salmon when they are running. When boats can get offshore there is excellent fishing for a wide range of species including dhufish, queen snapper and samson fish.