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Fishing Gold Coast, Mahi mahi fishing
Mahi Mahi Gold Coast Fishing -Dolphin fish -Dollies
A comprehensive guide to fishing for Mahi Mahi. Written by Anthony Coughran from Fishing Fun Gold Coast Your fish of the month is Mahi mahi......... Mahi mahi ( dolphin fish) Corphaena hippurus Mahi mahi means very strong in Hawaiian. We are so lucky to have the dolphin fish fishery we have in Australia. Locally we have all the government implemented FAD’s, pro fisherman trap lines and drum line which hold schools of dollies off our coast each year. As they migrate down our coast...

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Summer fish species Gold coast
Summer Fishing Species Gold Coast
A small sample of the species we will be targeting over the coming months. Got to love summer!

fishing report
Gold Coast Fishing Report Sep 2019
Offshore: Gold Coast Fishing report. Seems like all the big snapper and tuskies are still sitting in close this week if you can get out with the wind. Pilchards and lightly weighted strip baits are working best on the bigger snapper, lots of pannies right out to the 50 fathom. Livies are still getting the odd kingy and odd AJ out wider between 80-100 metres. Still a few Cobia and Mulloway on some close reefs, 18-24 fathoms at dusk and...

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Winter Snapper
Winter Special, Gold Coast Fishing Charters
Winter Fishing Gold Coast. The weather is cooling off and the winter fishing for species like Cobia and Snapper off the Gold coast are starting to fire up, yet we are still catching mackerel and Wahoo! We figure its time for a special deal. True blue are offering Morning or Afternoon deep sea fishing charters on Sundays-Mondays for just $100 per head. You SAVE $30 off the usual price. To get this great fishing deal simply click this link and book ...

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Merry Christmas Fishing
Merry Xmas
True Blue Fishing Charters Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Fantastic New Year. Its been a great team effort & we thank you for your support over 2018. Enjoy the Festive Season! Hoping 2019 will be a Fantastic & Exciting Year for us all! From all the Team TRUE BLUE FISHING CHARTERS The Spit Pontoon Muriel Henchman Dr Main Beach QLD 4217

Looking for Quality Fishing Charters Gold Coast
There are tons of good reasons to charter a boat on the Gold Coast. Perhaps you’re a keen angler who is looking for the catch of a lifetime. Perhaps you’ve come to the Gold Coast because you would like to see some whales.  Perhaps you require a boat for a corporate work event or a special party. Whatever the reason, Gold Coast is a great place to find various quality fishing charters. The Gold Coast is a wonderful area...

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Steber boats
Steber international
Steber Boats Both of our vessels were purpose built for the fishing charter industry by Steber in NSW. They are an excellent sea boat built to last, we highly recommend them. Below is some info from their website. Steber International is a renowned manufacturer of quality robust commercial motor vessels, ranging in size from 8.5 mtr (28′) to 15.8 mtr (52′), for charter, commercial fishing, patrol, shark meshing, sea rescue, surveillance etc., and recreational use. All boats are individually made to...

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Gold coast Seaway
Gold Coast Seaway
Gold coast Seaway The Gold Coast Seaway or Southport Seaway is the main navigation entrance used on our charters from the Pacific Ocean in and out of the Gold Coast Broadwater and southern Moreton Bay. It is one of Australia’s most significant coastal engineering projects completed. It is located at the northern end of the Spit at Main beach where the Nerang River enters the open Ocean. The channel was built between 1984 and 1986, primarily to facilitate the safe...

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Gold coast fishing report
Gold Coast Fishing Report
Gold Coast Fishing Report Gold coast Fishing report July-August 2018 Cool mornings with light westerly winds have seen great conditions for offshore fishing out of the Gold coast. The weather has been absolutely sensational and the fishing has been even better. Snapper have been around in good numbers on both the 36 and 50 fathom reefs, and the past couple of weeks has seen some big Snodgers moving on to the closer 18 and 24 fathom grounds. Most of the bigger...

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