Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventures

Multiple Locations

Explore the calm, pristine waters of Noosa River whilst fishing, crabbing and sightseeing marvelling at the rare native birdlife. You get to pull up a few crab pots and taste the legendary Queensland mud crabs or blue swimmer, all cooked on the boat while you fish.

‘Jay-Lea’ is custom built 7metre Pro Punt specifically designed with a casting platform for the Noosa estuary fishing conditions, giving a maximum of 10 person’s ample space and comfort to explore the vast reaches of calm waters on the Noosa River.

Your professional skipper will take you on a four hour morning or afternoon fishing tour, offering and refining fishing skills along with a delicious lunch and with drinks included. All fishing gear is provided, along with bait, all weather jackets and toilet facilities. The flat bottomed punt provides maximum stability and the shallow draught allows access to those extra shallow spots to target every species with full length cover for shade and comfort in all weather conditions.

Our Tours

Noosa Fishing and Crab Adventures

All Noosa River Fishing Tours and Crab Adventures enjoy the following inclusions;
Lunch with rolls, muffins, biscuits and drinks.
Experienced fishing guide and skipper. (20yrs)
Casting platform and toilet facilities provided.
Rods, reels, bait, tackle, ice all supplied.
Full length shaded canopy and all weather jackets.
Coaching if required from our friendly skipper.
So why not book now and enjoy a morning or afternoon of natural adventure with our Noosa River Fishing Tours and Crab Adventures.
Experience fishing the Noosa river with Noosa River Fishing Tours and Crab Adventures.  With local fishing know how, the perfect fishing boat and the best locations, you also get fed tasty local crab while enjoying your fishing.  What more could you ask for? Book today.  You’ll be telling all your friends how big the fish was!!!

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$89 $89

This tour runs in the Noosa River during the morning and afternoon

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