Fish The Deep Charters

Multiple Locations

When booking with Fish the Deep Gold Coast Fishing Charters you are guaranteed a friendly and professional crew, with owner/operators making your day out one to remember.

They offer both half and full day offshore deep sea reef and game fishing charters on board their fast and stable 34 foot Cougar Catamaran. Due to their fast vessel, charter times and departure location they offer their customers more fishing time. The owners have over 15 years of fishing charter experience on the Gold Coast and Brisbane. Being an owner/operators ensures they'll give 100 per cent and take pride in making your day out a memorable and adventurous one. They offer genuine, personalised service and a friendly, helpful and experienced crew catering to both seasoned anglers and novices with the highest quality services and staff on the Gold Coast. Women and children welcome.

Their fishing trips are all inclusive and they have a free transfer service for customers staying in the central business district.

Bring your own sun protection and alcohol.

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Inclusions in your charter are rods, reels, bait, tackle, morning or afternoon tea, soft drinks, water, tea and coffee. Keep your catch. All your fish are gutted, gilled, cleaned, iced and bagged for you to take home.

Fully qualified, experienced, friendly and professional Skipper and Deckhand. Your transport is a fast and stable Cougar Catamaran with toilet and covered rear deck. All safety equipment, the latest fish finding technology and plenty of room.

Bring your own sun protection and alcohol.

On the half day charters they travel between 10 to 20 kilometres offshore and fish in depths of 33 to 50 metres (18 to 36 fathoms).

Or design your own charter by simply contacting the operator.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$135 $135

Included in your day out are rods, reels, bait, tackle, morning tea, lunch, soft drinks, water, tea and coffee. Keep your catch. All your fish are gutted, gilled, cleaned, iced and bagged for you to take home.

Free transfers. fully qualified, experienced, friendly and professional skipper and deckhand. Fast and stable Cougar Catamaran with toilet, covered rear deck, safety equipment, the latest fish finding technology and plenty of room.

On the full day charters they travel between 10 and 35 kilometres offshore and fish in depths of 50 to 95 metres (36-50 fathoms).

Or design your own charter by simply contacting the operator.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$195 $195

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