In the summer you often see kings chasing ky and trevs in the bay here. This point has produced a lot of fish over the years but gets a fair amount of summer pressure.
I've had snapper to 21lb here and know of plenty of kings being caught in the summer.
Walk-in is NOT around the rocks! Go back up Stony Bay Rd a bit and you'll see the DoC marker for the track out there. Not too hard at all.
Couple of houes either side of low is normally best in Coro for kings
This is a kingy spot really, not a great one for snapper. Can be walked in from Fletchers Bay - is about 1h15 and a fairly hard walk on loose stuff. Take lots of berley to keep the kahwai coming - they're a much better livebait than yellowtail up there.
Walk over from the end of Urqharts Bay and rockfish for snapper (often to big sizes), kahawai, trevally and stingrays. Use sinkers against the current and baits of mullet, skipjack, pilchards, or piper.
Great rock fishing in spring for snapper. Access at low tide from the Tapeka ramp , dusk fishing with a wet walk back after dark is the way to go! Have good footwear. Fresh bait is best for off the rocks.