Enjoy The Great Barrier Reef with Our Luxurious Fishing Charters
The Great Barrier Reef is a true natural wonder that supports a highly diversified marine life. It’s home to 1,600 fish varieties, over 130 types of sharks & rays, and 30 awe-inspiring species of whales and dolphins. This huge assortment of fish species makes the Great Barrier Reef a heaven for anglers. From the colossal Giant Trevally and Dogtooth Tuna, to the more familiar snappers, groupers, emperors, etc., you’ll find more fish types then you’ve ever seen. Heavy-tackle fishing is a must do as the adrenaline rush is simply inexplicable when a 170 cm long 80 kg Giant Trevally tries to pull you in the water with your fishing tackle!
It’s important to know the season, weather, and places where you can find a particular fish type. Hence, it is recommended to take services of an experienced charter to avoid disappointments later. Fishing charters is what we excel at and can operate out of any port along the Queensland coast. Our experienced captain & crew know places where the finest catches can be had. We also provide rods & reels on request. Book a 4 to 10 day fishing charter (group booking up to 24 passengers) on our breathtaking 108 ft vessel and get introduced to the best fishing sites in the Great Barrier Reef region.
Light and heavy tackle fishing are available throughout the year due to moderate & stable temperatures in the Great Barrier Reef area. However, if you are eyeing the elusive big black marlin (more than 4.5 m long with massive weight of around 750 kg), then you need to fish between September and December. Incidentally, Great Barrier Reef snorkelling & diving happen to be the best around the same period (September to November) due to high underwater visibility. Though, about 75% area under the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is open to recreational fishing, there are certain rules & regulation to be followed while fishing in the fresh and tidal waters. It’s important that these rules and regulations are followed to preserve the astounding marine life in the region.