Cox’s River is an eastern flowing river that has a number of public access points. The Cox’s river is known for its cool, clear flowing water with an abundance of small to middling sized rainbow trout in it.
Popular methods of angling are lure casting with small spinning or minnow style lures and fly fishing with small dry flies when the insect activity depicts and wet nymphs when searching is required.
The Fish River
Located out towards Tarana, O’Connell and Oberon, this western flowing river has a good head of brown and rainbow trout. Public access points are limited but can be located by looking at local tourist maps of this mentioned area. It must be said that if in doubt of your access rights either permission must be sort from the property owner or maybe think about fishing one of the local still-water options instead.