Coral Sea Fishing Charters Airlie Beach - GONE FISHING- Afternoon & After Dark Fishing Adventure
AFTERNOON HALF Day fishing charter ( 1pm -5pm) takes you to some of the Whitsundays best fishing locations using brand new fully covered boat by bimini and supplied by quality fishing equipment and tackle..
For exhilarating and different challenge, experience our AFTER DARK FISHING ADVENTURE (6pm - 9pm) with the Dinner at Denman Cellars between 5pm - 6pm.
What we do on PM charter and what we target? Trolling from location to location to target spanish mackerel or tuna but mainly reef fishing/ bottom bashing to catch fish such is coral trout, GT, sweet lip, red emperor and much more..
After Dark Fishing is perfect for catching reef fish, offering better fishing conditions.. ..40% more chance to catch the fish!
Sit back and enjoy the sun set as we depart from Port of Airlie at 6pm to take you out for a night where the big ones come out.
Targeting mostly Coral Trout, Giant Trevally, Red Emperor or other reef fish.
We will have you back at Port of Airlie to sort the catch by 9pm.
Don't forget to bring some warm clothes.
. Complimentary Transfers from your Holiday Accommodation
• All high quality equipment (rods, reels and bait)
• Bottled water & Ice ( BYO Alcohol in cans please)
• All fish cleaned and packed
* Dinner between 5pm - 6pm @ Denman Cellars
FREE Car Park is located next to the meeting point.
" If you are looking for a Whitsunday fishing adventure with plenty of action, local knowledge and personalised service, look no further!
Coral Sea Fishing Charter Charters are the local experts in fishing the Whitsunday waters, always securing the catch of the day and plenty of exciting memories along the way!"
1pm - 5pm - AFTERNOON FISHING CHARTER
5pm - 6pm - DINERR @ DENMAN CELLARS ( Beer Cafe)
6pm - 9pm - AFTER DARK FISHING ADVENTURE
Departs DAILY from PORT OF AIRLIE ( 5 minutes walking distance from Airlie Beach Main street)
If pick up is not required, please meet the crew 15 minutes before the departure. Meeting Point a front of Denman Cellars.