Scamander Jetty is a popular fishing spot, being located conveniently close to the centre of Scamander and where the sea enters the Scamander River. This is also a popular boat launching spot for people fishing for bream and other species in the Scamander River. The car park is large, and there is also ample room to fish on the shore of the river as well as on the jetty itself. Jetty fishing Tasmania is a popular activity, with plenty of options to cast your line and to try to catch a fish on the East Coast of Tasmania, including at Bicheno and St Helens. Scamander is a small seaside fishing and tourist town that is popular for a range of different styles of fishing. Scamander is located app. 15 minutes drive south of St Helens on the northeast coast of Tasmania and has long been a very popular Tasmanian holiday destination because of its wide, white sandy beaches, ocean views and many outdoor activities. There is a range of different accommodation options in Tasmania and Scamander.
The Scamander River is typical of river systems that are common on the East Coast of Australia where you will find a number of different fish species. Small to medium-sized Australian, (or cocky salmon as they are commonly called) are present in the lower half of the river all year round and at times schools of larger salmon will chase the migrating baitfish into the river. Silver trevally is another species that are often caught in this area and provide great sport for kids fishing from the jetty and shoreline at the mouth of the river. The most common species, and the one this river is famous for, is the southern black bream. The Scamander Tourist Park is located in the heart of the township of Scamander on the main road and offers both onsite caravan and cabin accommodation. See also Camping Trout Creek