Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing

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Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing operates in the unique fishery of Hervey Bay, which is one of very few places in Australia that has an overlap of southern and northern species. Snapper, Barramundi, flathead, threadfin salmon, longtail tuna, GT's, queenfish, juvenile black marlin, golden trevally and more can all be caught when fishing in this unique location. Fraser Island to the East protects Hervey Bay from the south easterly trade winds, this gives anglers access to sheltered fishing conditions year round.

Hervey Bay is also known as the whale watching capital of the world. The majestic Humpback whale inhabits their waters from July through to November. Dolphins, dugongs, marine turtles, shore and seabirds, the elusive Fraser Island dingo and much more wildlife can be seen whilst fishing this diverse area.

With a life time of experience let local born and bred guide Andrew Chorley guide you on to a fish of a lifetime.

They have a wide range of charter options, single day and half day charters to week long charters, camping trips to Fraser Island.

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Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing

Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing Charters operates in the unique fishery of Hervey Bay, which is one of very few places in Australia that has an overlap of southern and northern species. Snapper, Barramundi, flathead, threadfin salmon, longtail tuna, GT's, queenfish, juvenile black marlin, golden trevally and more can all be caught when fishing in this unique location. Fraser Island to the East protects Hervey Bay from the south easterly trade winds, this gives anglers access to sheltered fishing conditions year round.

Hervey Bay is also known as the whale watching capital of the world. The majestic Humpback whale inhabits their waters from July through to November. Dolphins, dugongs, marine turtles, shore and seabirds, the elusive Fraser Island dingo and much more wildlife can be seen whilst fishing this diverse area .Let your born and bred local guide Andrew Chorley put you onto the fish of a lifetime.

They have a wide range of charter options, single day and half day charters to week long charters, camping trips to Fraser Island and mothershipping off their 50 foot mothership are just a few options they have available.

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