Outlaw Charters

Birkdale, Redland City Area

Outlaw Charters runs Fishing Tours off Brisbane and is Brisbane`s longest running [established in 2000]. Outlaw Charters is owned and operated by competition winning Skipper John Gooding who has over 30 years experience fishing the productive waters of South East Queensland. Come and join John aboard 'Outlaw', a purpose built nine metre vessel for a fully catered Day Charter, fishing the Offshore Waters off Brisbane`s beautiful Moreton and North Stradbroke Islands. Fish species encountered include Snapper, Pearl Perch, Sweetlip, Mulloway, Amberjack, Samsonfish, Yellowtail Kingfish, Cobia, Wahoo,Tuna and Marlin.

Charters are personalised and are the real deal fishing experience you`ve been looking for. Outlaw departs the William Gunn Jetty at Manly daily depending on weather and booking`s catering for a maximum of eight anglers.

5 Mecoli Court
Birkdale, Redland City Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Tours

Outlaw Charters runs Offshore Fishing Tours from Manly on Brisbane`s Bayside fishing the Reefs off Moreton and North Stradbroke Islands.

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