Fish-On Charters offers the ultimate in game fishing. Operating from Cape Town’s Hout Bay, this charter has excellent access to the Cape Peninsula’s rich fishing grounds, as well as the world-famous big game fish that live here!
This family-run business is owned by Captain Chad Cillie and his wife, and caters to anglers of all skill levels. Whether you’re a pro-level fisherman or want to take the kids on an exciting adventure, Fish-On Charters will make sure your trip is perfectly suited to your needs. Their number one goal is to make sure you get the best possible fishing experience!
As well as running trips himself, Capt. Chad also employs a whole host of local, extensively-experienced skippers. Along with his crew, he’s proud to offer a fleet of 32’ offshore sportfishing vessels, all of which are equipped to the highest possible standard.
Each boat is decked out with top-quality fishing, navigational, and safety equipment to ensure your trip is enjoyable and productive. On board, you’ll find fishfinders and radar systems, as well as ship-to-shore communication devices. Family groups and female anglers will be particularly pleased with the enclosed on board toilets!
Capt. Chad and his crew specialize in fishing for Tuna, and they target all the available local species, including huge Yellowfin, Longfin, and Bigeye varieties. If you’re into big game fishing, you’ll be in your very own fishing paradise!
If you’d rather stay closer to shore, however, Capt. Chad will be happy to take you on an unforgettable local fishing experience, targeting Yellowtails and reef fish while looking out for whales, dolphins, and other sea life.
Each trip includes top-quality fishing gear, and you’ll also be provided with drinks and snacks, as well as a fishing license for your whole group. Hop aboard and get ready to cast off on your very own Cape Town fishing adventure with Fish-On Charters!
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About the Charter Operator
About this listing
Two Oceans (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 2009. Powered by 2 250HP Yamaha engines.