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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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Gold Coast Estuary Fishing
Gold Coast Estuary Fishing.   Gold coast estuary fishing charters With True Blue Fishing. The Gold Coast's estuary system is a great place to fish. Providing easy access to inshore waterways, and the chance to bag a trophy-sized fish or just a feed of mud crabs make the Gold Coast Broadwater a low stress option for boaties and shore anglers alike. The extensive size of this waterway makes it a fishermen's paradise. Even during peak holiday season you can still find...

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Gold coast fishing spots
Gold Coast Fishing Spots
Gold Coast Fishing Spots The Gold Coast is famous for sun, surf, sandy beaches, nightlife, skyscrapers and it’s complex maze of canal systems and pristine waterways. Despite being Australia’s biggest boating mecca with high water traffic and huge fishing pressure, Gold Coast fishing spots still produce sensational fishing all year round. Gold coast Broadwater Very popular stretch of water extending from Southport right through to southern Moreton bay. The Broadwater produces mostly Bream, Whiting, trevally, Flathead and Mulloway. Productive areas can be...

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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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