There are more than a few people who enjoy fishing off the coast of NSW and why wouldn’t they? Crystal clear seas, an abundance of fish both to look at and to eat and perhaps even the occasional whale basking in the ocean, this is my idea of heaven.
The fish you can catch of the NSW are almost endless with loads of Snapper, Morwong, Tiger and Sand Flathead, Trevally and Nanygai not to mention a bountiful supply of Marlin, Yellow and Bluefin Tuna, Kingfish and Snapper!
If that hasn’t whetted your appetite, I know what will. Forget going it alone and doing the hard work, you want to fish and fish only and that’s just what you get when you take it easy and pick one of the Merimbula fishing charters available. Going on chartered fishing trip takes all the stress away from you and lets you really relax and get the most out of your trip. No fuel worries, no navigation worries, no hunting for the best fishing grounds, all you need to do is bait your line and away you go!
If you really want to push the boat out (no pun intended!) a private charter adds an element of exclusive luxury to your fishing trip. Just you and a few mates or the family adds to the fun and ensures you have a great day in your own company, a cracking idea for a birthday or family celebration. You can even get some meals included for an additional cost making it a one stop shop fishing trip extravaganza!
Does it Cost Much?
Obviously securing the services of a fully qualified skipper and his boat isn’t going to be overly cheap, but you do get what you pay for at the end of the day. Ultimately, you want a fishing trip to remember for all the right reasons, and by paying a bit more you are going to get one! Your skipper and crew will be highly knowledgeable and provide you with handy tips and advice in order for you to get the most out of your day. Regardless of whether you’re new to fishing or have been fishing for years, a fully equipped boat that meets all safety regulations with a fully qualified crew is worth its weight in gold!
How do I find a Charter Fishing Operator?
If you don’t live in the area and haven’t received any word of mouth recommendations as to the best charter fishing trip operator, you will probably begin your search online. Simply typing ‘charter fishing + location’ into a search should be enough to bring up a list of local operators. From this list you can take a look at their website and online testimonials in order to pick the best one for your requirements and budget. Don’t go for the cheapest option, this is rarely the best and you’ll find this out the hard way when you’re at sea!