Frequently Asked Questions

See FAQ'S below, if the answer you're looking for isn't here, please send us an enquiry!

What fishing gear is supplied?

We supply hand lines and bait. However if you want to fish with a rod and tackle, you will need to bring your own.

Can we catch and release?

Absolutely! Catch and release is encouraged and is at the description of the fisher.

How many fish can I take?

To ensure we look after our fish stocks and maintain a sustainable fishery for our future generations we allow fishers to take 10 blue cod and one grouper per person at the most.

How does our catch get shared out?

Fishers on the charter are responsible for negotiating and sharing out their catch amongst themselves.

What do I need to bring?

Sturdy, non slip closed toe footwear preferably waterproof for your own comfort.
Wet weather jacket and leggings Gloves.
A cut lunch and drink bottle.
Sunscreen. 
Camera. 
A polybin (these are available to purchase from us for $30.00 each) or a bucket to take your catch home in.

Information for Parents

We supply life jackets for all on board however if you have a small child we highly recommend you bring your own life jacket that has been fitted to your child to ensure the best fit possible. Children are required to put on their life jacket before boarding the vessel and to wear their life jacket at all times on board the vessel. Only after disembarking should they remove their life jacket. Parents are responsible for ensuring children are sitting inside the vessel while it is steaming and trailering or approaching and leaving wharfs.

Information for Customers with a disability

The fishing vessel is accessible by a ladder when the vessel is on the beach or via a jetty which requires a bit of climbing while the vessel is in the water, however wheelchair access can be accommodated if we are informed well in advance of the trip. Our crew are practical people who will go out of their way to ensure your comfort and safety during your charter, what ever your needs may be.