Bounty Hunter Charters invites you aboard for a productive fishing trip around one of the many islands in the Hauraki Gulf. Spend a day or several fishing spots like the Little and Big Barriers Islands, Kawau Island, the Mokohinau Islands, and more, catching many of New Zealand’s top fish species.
Depending on where you visit, you will have the chance to target delicious food fish like Blue Cod and Pink Snapper, as well as hard-fighting gamefish like Kingfish (Yellowtail Amberjack), Tuna, and even Marlin. You can also reel in Hapuka, Kahawai, Tarakihi, and more as you explore some of the most remote and beautiful points in the gulf.
You will be spending your trip aboard a 44’ Marco Sambrallo fishing boat, originally designed as a crayfish boat in Australia. The vessel can carry up to 12 anglers on day trips, and groups of 8 on overnight charters. She is equipped with comfortable cabins, a stocked galley with a gas oven, a BBQ, and a full bathroom complete with a hot shower.
The boat is also fully-equipped for amazing sportfishing, with GPS and a 3 KW fishfinder (triple the power of what most boats have) to get you right on top of your target species. Rod, reels, and tackle are not included but can be hired for $35 a day. Quality bait (squid and pilchards) will also be supplied for an extra $195 per day.
You have the choice of day trips or multi-day adventures to all the locations Bounty Hunter Charters visits. On day trips, you are welcome to make full use of the galley and BBQ. On overnight charters, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert will be provided by local caterers Ravish Cafe.
These guys have all the details covered and will take care of the less enjoyable parts of fishing like cleaning and packing your catch. You just need to show up and enjoy. So what are you waiting for? Head into the Hauraki Gulf and catch some big tasty fish!
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Marco Sambrallo 19 (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1987. Powered by a 400HP Volvo engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 12 knots.