What do big game fishing and charter flights have in common? More than you might think.
In terms of exciting expeditions, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better experience to fulfil all of your fishing thrills! Keep reading to learn more about the highlights of this unique fishing adventure.
Your own luxury private jet
One of the best things about flying via private jet to each coastal destination for this fishing experience, is the fact that you’ll be leaving from, and landing at, your very own VIP terminal. What does that mean? Less time spent in baggage and security lines, and more time sinking a cold one at the bar, before sinking a line off your very own super yacht. Yes, we said super yacht!
Once you reach your fishing destination you’ll be transferred by private aircraft or helicopter to a Northrop and Johnson super yacht manned by highly qualified crew. This will be your base for the duration of each stay.
The ultimate Australian fishing adventure
Experienced anglers, and not so experienced anglers, will benefit from having legendary Australian fisherman Matt Price along for the ride. He will accompany your party, and make it just that bit more immersive. Matt is a renowned international Big Game Fisherman who will share his wealth of expertise with your group by providing tips, stories and a friendly hand to help you land those bigger fish.
With Matt onboard you can expect to learn a lot in the two weeks, and catch all kinds of fish, from Black Marlin and Barramundi, to Giant Trevally and Dogtooth Tuna. If you’re keen to increase your fishing skills, and your repertoire of ‘catch stories,’ then this trip will be right up your alley.
Iconic and secluded locations
Last but not least, on this luxury fishing trip you’ll get to experience some of Australia’s best kept secrets; remote seaside villages, historical townships and outer islands well off the beaten tourist track. You’ll spend 4 to 6 days taking in three destinations at a time, including Cooktown, the Great Barrier Reef, Broome, and the Abrolhos Islands. Not many people can say they’ve fished the entire coast of Australia, but with this trip you’ll be one of the lucky few.