Cairns Fishing Charters World-class Fishing Tours

 

Charter Information

About Cairns, Fishing Charters provide excellent full-day and half-day charters.  The opportunity to catch the best table eating fish in the World on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Half-day fishing Charters  and full day fishing charters

Cairns, Australia is famous for its world-class, year-round, big game fishing.

Where to fish

Coral ribbon reefs, tranquil estuaries and rivers that snake through ancient rainforest make this region a one-stop-shop for sports fishers that attracts anglers from all over the world.

Join a Cairns fishing charter and catch a delicious dinner.

From Cairns to the remote wilderness of Cape York, Tropical North Queensland is the perfect place to enjoy the fishing experience of a lifetime.

Traverse the hundreds of rivers and creeks to catch Mangrove Jacks, Grunter and Cod. Hook a fighting Barramundi and turn the calm waters of an estuary into a battleground.

Spanish Mackerel, Yellowfin Tuna, and Mahi-Mahi are just a few of the most sought-after game fish you will encounter. Try ‘bottom fishing’ on the Great Barrier Reef to catch quality eating fish like SeaPerch, Coral Trout and Sweet Lip.

If you dream of planning a Cairns fishing expedition to the home to the Great Black Marlin look no further than Tropical North Queensland.

Big game fishing has long been considered a man’s sport, but more and more women are discovering the sheer exhilaration of catching a trophy fish.

Even if you have no experience, Cairns fishing charters in Tropical North Queensland are full of knowledgeable and friendly crews that will help you set up and show you the best fishing techniques.

 Fishing is not just for the boys!

Cairns fishing

Aboard vessels large enough to live on, to smaller craft, you will be taken to prime fishing areas by expert guides. So, grab your mates, bring your family or get away from it all by yourself, to Tropical North Queensland and experience the best sport fishing in the world.

When to Fish North Queensland

Blue Marlin -December through to March

Black Marlin all the months ending in R – September through to December

Red Emperor April to September

Coral Trout March to November

Nannygai May to September

Small Marlin July through to December

Sail Fish November through to February

Dolphin Fish September through to January

Yellowfin Tuna September through to April

Dogtooth Tuna September to December

Wahoo August through to January

Spanish Mackeral May through to November

Barracuda July  through to February