Fishabout (02) 8922 2651
Fishabout is a dedicated Fisherman's guide service and travel agent with a simple philosophy; "Best Guides, Best Locations, Best Seasons". Search our adventures by destination or species, and enquire or book with us by phone on (02) 8922 2651, or by filling out our booking/enquiry forms on this site.
"The guys at Fishabout have been awesome since we crossed paths in early 2012. After doing a couple of episodes with them barra fishing at Labelle Downs they've managed to organise some great destinations for the 2013 series.
They're good blokes who can provide you with a heap of advice if you're keen to do some fishing travel. This year they've got us
venturing throughout the Pacific, with still plenty of local hotspots to look forward to. Whether fishing overseas, chasing Barra and more in Australia or simply covering what's on offer in and around Sydney, you cant go past Fishabout."
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Why book with Fishabout?
Travel to any destination with Fishabout and take all the hassle out of your trip. You pay no more than organising it yourself, and we provide all flights, transfers, accommodation and insurances to ensure a seamless trip. And we can vouch for the quality of every destination we send you to, as we have been there before!
NEW Tiwi Island Art & Culture Tour
DAY 1 • Tiwi Design Art Centre • Local museum and Catholic mission precinct • Timor Sea sunset from Bathurst Island Lodge
DAY 2 • Coastal sightseeing • Fishing expedition • Sea Ranger beach and turtle tour
DAY 3 • Jilamara Arts Centre • Muluwurri Museum • Melville Island Lodge
OPTIONAL ADD-ON: Extend your Tiwi getaway
DAY 3 – afternoon • Milikapiti community • Artwork purchases
DAY 4 • Goose Creek boat cruise • Wildlife encounters
Solomon Islands Escape
A huge variety of fishing environments; On one day you can very easily fish the river, the lagoon, pop some reef and and hit some deep blue water offshore. The Resort is unique in the diversity of fishing. As well as guided vessels where your primary targets are GT's Spanish mackerel, Barracuda, Wahoo, Yellowfin, Skipjack, Dogtooth Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Blue or Black Marlin, there are also land based options around the island. Jungle river fishing catches include Spottail Bass, Mangrove Jack, Perch, Archerfish, Trevally, Sleepy Cod, and more..... see more
Cape York - Princess Charlotte Bay
Princess Charlotte Bay, Far North Queensland, is the jewel in Australia's fishing crown. Some of the best and most untouched coral reef, bluewater, and pristine river systems in the country can all be found here.
The best way to access Princess Charlotte Bay is by mothership, and there is only one operation licensed to fish it, the luxury 56ft Riviera ‘Reel Chase'.
You will be transported to your mothership by R44 or R66 helicopter, flying low so you can take in the stunning scenery of Lakefield National Park, deserted beaches, rugged cliffs and stunning reef you will come across on your 90 minute ride from Port Douglas.
The fishing is absolute world class from chasing down the iconic saltwater barramundi in the Normanby or Kennedy Rivers to the plethora of reef and pelagic fish within close proximity in the surrounding bay and islands including coral trout, sea perch, giant trevally, spanish mackerel a variety of tuna species just to name a few. There are that many options available at your finger tips that the reels will keep on turning.
The wildlife of the reefs, islands, headlands and estuary systems provide a visual smorgasbord second to none. PCB is one of the last truly untouched areas left in Queensland. This unique location provides a vast array of landscapes with the variety of wildlife an experience in itself. Sightings of local wildlife are common often spotting dolphins, whales, turtles, dugong as well as some larger than life sharks and salt water crocodiles.
Endyalgout Island, Arnhem Land (Mini Mini)
Fishabout is pleased to now offer remote fishing trips to Endyalgout Island, one of the best fishing locations in Australia. (Nestled on the south east of the Coburg Penninsula).
Situated on a shell grit beach under shady trees, are several permanent tropical friendly safari style tents, raised on wooden platforms.
Looking out past the resident Crocodile you can see miles and miles of enticing mangroves, barely touched creeks, rivers, rock bars and channels, all calling your name.
From monster Baramundi up to 130cm, to big Black Jewfish, Threadfin Salmon, various Trevallies, and some of the biggest Golden Snaper to be found anywhere, Endyalgout Island is truly a dream to fish.
For more information please call us on (02) 8922 2651 or click here