Sydney Deep Sea Fishing Charters
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Deep Sea Fishing in Sydney
Deep sea fishing charters in Sydney promise great fishing year round. If you manage to resist all the rich fisheries around the Sydney Harbour and head far far out, you’ll be fittingly rewarded. Marlin, Tuna, Wahoo all lurk out there. The force with which these beasts bite leaves nobody indifferent. It’s game fishing at its finest.
What can I catch on a deep sea fishing charter in Sydney?
If you want to explore some blue sea depths, go with a full day trip. As you head further out, the options multiply. Strapped to your game chair, you’ll face anything from Mahi Mahi, to Marlin and Tuna. Black, Blue, and Striped Marlin are readily caught from November to May just as the warm Australian East Current approaches the coast. Then, as the waters start cooling down, you’ll also get Yellowfin Tuna, Bluefin, Albacore, Bonito, and a variety of Sharks. Go trolling for these species, or switch to live bait and jig. Sometimes poppers can get Marlin all excited. Just so you know. More recently, Swordfish have been causing buzz all over the angling world, appearing around the continent’s south, but also near the fisheries of Sydney.
There are many FADs out of Sydney. Anglers regularly spot Wahoos, Marlin, Mahi Mahi, and other big names of sport fishing around these fellas. The nearest ones include Botany Bay Wide FAD, Sydney North FAD, Port Hacking FAD, and many more.
How do trips work around Sydney?
As you scroll down the list of charters, you’ll notice that many local charters often shared trips. These are one of the most popular packages in the area. You’ll book your spot and share it with fellow anglers. It’s a good option if you have a tight budget. On the other hand, this means that you can’t have full control of the course, that other anglers might not be as skillful as you, or that you don’t have the same fishing desires. In that case, a private charter might work better for you. Both of the options are equally sold, just depends what works the best for you.