Deep End Fishing Charters

Multiple Locations

Operated by the 'local fishing experts' with 40 years experience, Deep End Fishing Charters offers a choice of exciting tours for estuary, reef, and deep sea fishing. Their aim is to take you 'where the fish are biting' so you'll enjoy a great days fishing at Sunshine Coast.

You'll be welcomed aboard 'MV Gunbarrel' a 32 foot Marlin Broadbill Cat, custom built for fishing with a spacious, covered deck and a full range of equipment for all types of fishing. You can sit back and enjoy a speedy and stable ride to your chosen fishing destination.

Carrying a maximum of seven persons per trip, you'll receive personalised service with plenty of space to fish. Groups of up to seven people have the pleasure of enjoying the vessel and crew exclusively for private fishing parties.

Located at the luxurious Mooloolaba Marina. Call the Deep End Crew for more details.

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our tours

Deep Sea Fishing - Full Day

Deep Sea Tours depart from 5am to 7am. Tours include light lunch, snacks, and use of tackle and bait. With a maximum of 7 people, you will have plenty of space to relax, partaking in some serious fishing.

The crew can take you to fishing spots targeting species of reef fish such as snapper, teraglin, emperor, jewfish, trout, cod, shark, or troll for bait heading out to the deeper reefs to target game fish including marlin, yellow fin tuna, king fish, dolphin fish and wahoo and Mackeral. This is for the serious fisherman who wants that prize fish or to catch something big.

Deep End encourages use of 'catch and release'. The fish you choose to keep will be cleaned, bagged and iced, ready to take home.

Indicative rates

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$50 $250

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