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Gamerec Charters has taken possession of a 36 footer custom built offshore Game Charter vessel called The Ultimate.
The Ultimate is powered by Twin VOLVO 200 hp; with a cruising speed of 25kts.
At 10.5 metres length; width 3.5mtr, she is quite a bit bigger than Reelthing (her predecessor). So guys this means lots more room for you and your mates. She is surveyed for 18 + 2; however we prefer to operate with 14 people as one group to give you extra room. Split charters will be limited to 12 people.
As you can see we have designed The Ultimate with Maximum deck space by converting the duckboard as a fishing platform to get you right out on the action. Our state of the art Bait Station is centrally located so help is never to far away.
Also with pull down clear view screens we can ensure comfort whilst transiting to our fishing destinations. These screens are pulled up to create an open vessel with plenty of fishing space all-round.
The Ultimate also has a proper toilet on board and BBQ with a cabin for complete comfort. Tea & Coffee will also be available.
So get your group together or come on your own for a fantastic day’s Fishing on The Ultimate, fishing Port Phillip Heads & Bass Strait.
Max People - 14
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KESTREL III, a 43ft Lacco, purposely built for fishing charters, was built out of Huon Pine in Rosebud in 1963 and was the original Sorrento Fishing Charter Boat. It has been lovingly restored by local Ferryman, Warren Neale, and is celebrating its return to service offering bay fishing trips throughout the year.
Fantastic for Large Groups, or Families, Kestrel is a steady, stable and reliable boat. Also a great vessel to be used for Bucks Nights, Work Breakups or Functions or just a big family get together!
Max People - 24
Trips Starting from - $60pp for 4 Hours in Port Phillip Bay
Our Queenscliff crew posses, over 100 years of local experience and knowledge between them. Their expertise will give you the ultimate chance to hook the fight of your life.
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Specialists in Salt Water Fly fishing Trips, we operate from Queenscliff & Portsea 7 days a week all year round.
Shark Nov - May
Snapper Oct - May
Whiting All Year Round
Salmon Oct - May
Kingfish Nov - May
Calamari All Year Round
Flathead All Year Round
Fishing on Port Phillip Bay, and out in Bass Strait, we can offer a wide range of fish species, including the exciting Thresher Shark, and Mako Shark over season. Charters generally depart between 5am and 7am, to take advantage of sunrise, and premium fishing times. Afternoon trips head out between 11am and 230pm.
Our crew will clean, fillet and bag your catch, ready to be popped on the BBQ or into the freezer once you get home...
PORT PHILLIP BAY & THE RIP
Covering nearly 2000 Sq KMs, Port Phillip Bay is the entrance to Australia's Busiest port, and home to around 3.5 Million people along its shores.
Surprisingly shallow in places, with half of the bay less then 8m in depth, but also lined with some deep drop offs, and channels, making it a fisho's paradise. Home to some big Snapper, plentiful Whiting, Flathead, Squid, Australian Salmon and a huge variety of reef fish.
At the entrance to the bay is the notorious Rip. Regarded as one of the most dangerous entrances in the world for inexperienced and novice skippers, it is also sports some fantastic fishing. At just 3km wide, and up too 90m deep, with tidal flows reaching up to 8 knots, it can bring on Australian Salmon in huge numbers, Barracouta, King Fish and other good fighting fish.
Around 240km Wide, and averaging around 50m deep. Having several islands along its width, deep sea drop offs at either end and a meeting point of currents from the Southern Ocean and Pacific Ocean, it produces some fantastic off shore fishing. Mako & Thresher Sharks highlight the season, and are considered one of the best sport fish in the world. Seeing a 150kg Mako leap metres into the air should not be missed but not only die hard fishermen, but even the weekend fisho's!