G and T Fishing School and Charters

Townsville, Townsville Area

They offer Bait, Lure and Fly Fishing Charters and Tutorials between the Townsville and Hinchinbrook areas in North Queensland.

Their Fishing Tutorials can be designed around what you want to learn. From the basics of setting up your rod and reel, choosing your line, learning different knots, right through to the more in depth learning of how tides and water temperatures influence fish activity and what to look for on the water to give you the best chance of putting your lure right where those fish are waiting.

Their Fishing Charters include Full Day, Half Day or Multi-Day Estuary Fishing and come with the local knowledge Graham has to provide and can take you where the "locals" don't go. Specialising in lure and fly fishing charters, targeting estuary species such as the famous Barramundi, Mangrove Jack and more.

There is no better way to spend your day than on the water fishing, so go with a local and book your charter with them today.

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

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Only have a few hours to spare? Why not make the most of them and take advantage of their half day charters around the Townsville area only?

These charters target Barramundi, Mangrove Jack, Fingermark and other estuary species. They provide small group charters (one to three people to allow you maximum space within the vessel for casting.

They operate full day charters from Townsville to the HInchinbrook area. These charters target Barramundi, Mangrove Jack, Fingermark and other estuary species.

They provide small group charters (one to three people) to allow you maximum space within the vessel for casting however larger group bookings can also be organised on request through the use of multiple vessels giving you access to a variety of different fishing styles.

When one day on the water is just not enough why not take advantage of their multi day charter and accommodation packages?

When you book with them for two or more days they can organise all of your accommodation and catering for the duration of your booking.

Travelling from the Townsville region, they can pick you up from your front door and drive you to your accommodation up in Hinchinbrook. If you are travelling from out of town, you can save on car hire with them picking you up from the airport and delivering you to your accommodation as well.

Give them a call to discuss your requirements.

Conducted on the water, their full day tutorials are designed to provide you with as much hands-on information as possible. They will teach you how to read the tides and understand the influence tide movements and water temperatures can have on fish activity which helps in identifying areas where fish will be sitting.

You will also practice casting techniques to control your casting distance and accuracy. You will learn how different lures behave in the water and how different retrieval techniques can alter the way a lure behaves. They will help you get familiar with your rod and reel and much more.

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