The junction with the Murrumbidgee and Tumut River is a favourite fishing spot. The dams of the Snowy Scheme supply cold water ideal for the plentiful trout that are found in the Murrumbidgee at Gundagai. Murray cod, yellowbelly and bream are also caught in the rivers waters.
Other excellent fishing streams in the Riverina Highlands include the Goobragandra River and Adjungbilly Creek. Anglers also enjoy good catches at Blowering, Jounama, Talbingo and Burrinjuck Dams – all within a short drive from Gundagai.
A boat ramp is located on the Murrumbidgee River 3kms to the east of Gundagai along the Nangus Road.
Gundagai have an enthusiastic and very active Anglers Club.
For further information
Website: Gundagai Anglers Club.
MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER FISHING ACCESS
Continue west from Tumut St, past Chandlers Park (on left) and Sport and Recreation Club (on right) to the reserve. Boat launching is from the stony beach or from the boat ramp downstream of the stony beach.
North Gundagai Boat Ramp:
Follow the Nangus Rd due west from North Gundagai, for approximately 700m past the Jones Creek Bridge. There is a sign indicating the boat ramp. There is a concrete boat ramp which allows for the launching for boats of all sizes.
Follow the Nangus Rd due west from North Gundagai, for approximately 1.7 km past the Jones Creek Bridge.
North Gundagai – Gravel Beach:
Follow the Nangus Rd due west from North Gundagai for approxinately 3.1 km past the Jones Creek Bridge.
Lime Kiln Reserve:
Travelling south from Gundagai, turn right off the Hume Highway at Tumblong onto Mundarlo Rd. Travel approximately 10.7 kms and entrance is to the right opposite the winery. Very good for bank fishing.