Get out of the house and on to the water!

Calm seas, huge fish and no crowds.

No need to sit at home watching Netflix and eating snacks. We are open and operating! We did have to close our doors for a few weeks from the end of March to do our part in flattening the curve. However, the Northern Territory Government gave us the all clear to begin operating our fishing charters again as of the 1st of May 2020!
We have strict hygiene policies in place and you will be briefed on our COVID-19 management plan on the morning of your charter. Come fishing and catch a huge snapper, Jewfish or Mackerel for dinner!

Travel restrictions don’t mean you can’t have fun.

The weather is pristine in the Top End at the moment. The sky is blue, the water is calm and the fish are running. The Jewfish, Golden Snapper, Mackerel and Tuna, just to name a few, are massive and plentiful!

To assist in preventing the spread and maintaining physical distancing, we are only taking small groups of 4 passengers, as opposed to the usual 5, until further notice. However, we have not increased our rates! So it’s a great way to avoid the crowds. Grab a friend and join us for some Top End fishing.

Note: If all guests are from the same household, we can of course still carry 5 guests.

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Private Family Charters

Maintain social distancing while still enjoying a day on the water with the kids. The beautiful weather and calm waters at this time of the year means we can take out the whole family. We have plenty of kid-friendly places to go and will help them catch a fish they’ll remember for the rest of their lives.

Hygiene Policy

We have the strictest hygiene policies in place to protect you and your family.

  • Hand sanitiser and soap is readily available
  • The boat and all equipment is thoroughly cleaned after each trip
  • Crew are directed to not attend work if they have any flu like symptoms (there are only 2 of us)
  • Lunch is professionally prepared and hygienically sealed. It’s designed to eat in one hand so you don’t have to stop fishing.