Deep Sea, Reef & Game Fishing Charters

Gold Coast – Tweed Heads

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TRUE BLUE Gold coast to Tweed heads fishing charters, provide exciting offshore fishing adventures, visiting the best deep sea reefs between Tweed heads and the northern Gold Coast. It’s only a short boat ride from the Spit pontoon to the open sea, through the safer Gold coast seaway rather than out from the more dangerous Tweed river bar. With the closest reefs laying just a few kilometres off the Seaway entrance and extending out east to the deeper grounds. There’s plenty of spots to explore.
Your friendly experienced skipper and crew are professional in providing you with a safe
action packed day out on the water. Whether you are an experienced angler or it’s your
first time ever, we welcome all and are happy to share our in depth fishing expertise with you.
We can take you offshore reef fishing all year round, targeting Snapper, Cobia, Pearl perch, Tuskfish, Teraglin, Moses Perch, Spangled emperor, flathead, kingfish and Maori Cod are just some of the species you can expect to chase on your trip.
We will show you how to live bait for the Bigger species like Kingies, Cobia, Mulloway, Amberjack and Samson Fish. We operate Game Fishing Charters during the Warmer months (December to March) Targeting Black Marlin, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Mackerel and various Tuna. No Fishing licence required as we don’t fish south of the Queensland border, quality Shimano and Penn rods, reels, all bait and tackle supplied. You keep your catch and we’ll gill and gut it for you and bag it.

Charters fishing between Tweed heads and the Northern Gold coast depart daily weather permitting.

Suggested BYO: Hat sunscreen, food, drinks, sea sickness tablets, jacket and camera.

Gold coast – Tweed heads fishing charters

Our vessels depart daily at two different times, 6am-11am and 11:30am-4:30pm charters are available.

Our boats depart from The Spit pontoon, Muriel henchman drive, Main beach Queensland. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time to ensure you don’t miss the boat.