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INTERNATIONAL CHARTERS

Fiji

With over 330 unspoiled islands in the Tropical South Pacific Fiji provides an ideal destination for a large variety of fishing. With its estuary, reef systems, deep water and the many sea mounts, the type and style of fishing you tackle is up to your personal preference. Your Air Pacific flight will have you in this friendly paradise in just over four hours be it for a specialist fishing holiday or one for the whole family.

The types of accommodation and fishing packages on offer in Fiji vary from a relaxed four hour trip, full day fishing, resort boat fishing, to fishing lodges with unspoilt waters at your front door. The species vary from Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, Dogtooth, Mahi Mahi, Giant Trevally, Coral Trout and Mangrove Jack to name a few. The choice is yours and we at Corporate Fishing Charters are happy to assist in any part of your fishing holiday.

We work proudly along side Air Pacific and the Fiji Visitors Bureau who look at the recreational fishing market as an important part of the Fijian economy.  Many of the operators in support of this are now starting to practise “tag and release” procedures however on many boats the captured fish remain the property of the boat and are often used to feed the local village. It can also be arranged for a fish to be prepared at the resort’s restaurant.

Click here for Fiji’s Season Guide

Click here for a Fiji Information Sheet

Click here for Nadi/Port Denarau based Fishing Charters

Click here for Mamanuca Islands Fishing

Click here for Pacific Harbour Game Fishing

Click here for a Giant Trevally Fishing Lodge - Nadi Information Sheet

 

The Cook Islands

These majestic South Pacific Islands provide a fisherman’s heaven with no lengthy travelling to get to the hot spots. The islands are located 3½ flying hours from Auckland and the main two islands Rarotonga and Aitutaki have a number of operators keen to take you on a fishing trip to remember, not only for its fishing but also the awesome scenery. Some of the outer islands also have charters but these are on application only.

Both Rarotonga and Aitutaki target the following fish species: Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Dogtooth, Big Eye and Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Giant Trevally and many more.

It is in the lagoon at Aitutaki that the fisherman meets a real challenge in the aggressive and fast running “Bone Fish”. But be prepared to loose a lot of tackle as these fish do not like to be caught.

Click here for The Cook Islands Season Guide

Click here for a Cook Islands Information Sheet

Click here for a Bonefish Cook Islands Information Sheet

Click here for Outer Island Fishing

Tonga

Tonga is about 775 kilometres south-east of Fiji, 320 kilometres north-east of Sydney and 1990 kilometres north-east of Auckland. It comprises some 170 islands (37 of which are inhabited) and covers some 425 kilometres from North to South.

Vava’u is the game fishing capital of Tonga and with its steep drop offs you don’t need to go far before you get the lines in the water. Blue, Black and Striped Marlin are at best between June and October. World record sailfish have been captured especially between August and October. Add to these Yellowfin, Dogtooth Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Spanish Mackerel and others and you are in a gamefishing paradise.

The tiny Kingdom of Tonga is a nation that has almost been forgotten by the modern world leaving Tonga as the last great unspoilt holiday destination of the South Pacific. This place is not a mass tourism destination, it is just Tonga – the only remaining Polynesian Kingdom in the world, the only nation in the Pacific never to be colonised.

Click here for Tonga’s Season Guide

Click here for Tonga’s Information Sheet

Click here for a Ika Lahi International Gamefishing Lodge Information Sheet

New Zealand

New Zealand is known for its Snapper fishing and many of us try desperately for that big red every year. Well in the Bay fish up to 14.5kg are available for you to target. The best time for these are from August to October before our season starts so an ideal chance to get that Big One on board before your mates even wet their line. Snapper in New Zealand are a bit like our Flathead, so you will nearly always see that beautiful sight of a nice snapper on the end of your line.

For those who like a bit of sportsfishing then the Kingfish can not be ignored to test your ability as an angler. Fish up to 60kg have been captured in the area and the best months for these are between May and September when the fish school up to breed. Although in winter the weather at this time of the year can be a lot more consistent with plenty of still days. You just need to rug up a bit but if you want to catch these big ones then it is worth the effort.

With weather not that unlike Sydney the Blue, Black and Striped Marlin and Broadbill are best in the months of February to April with Yellowfin best between December and March, These are the most popular fishing times for the locals and by the time the October fishing show comes up many of these dates are fully booked.

Click here for a New Zealand Season Guide

Vanuatu

Vanuatu is a chain of 83 islands lying 2500km northeast of Sydney. Lying on the southern end of the Melanesian Archipelago, Vanuatu’s islands were formed millions of years ago through a massive volcanic reaction under the sea which pushed up huge plates of rock.

One of the closest pacific islands to Australia, Vanuatu provides a very accessible year round game fishing destination. With all three Marlin species, Yellowfin, Sailfish, Dogtooth Tuna, Wahoo and Mahi Mahi to tackle you are in for quite a fishing holiday! A standard day is 10 hours and fishing the marlin highway will test those muscles. Live on board trips to the remote islands are also very popular for 2 to 6 day durations and the 40’ Blackwatch will cater for up to 5 anglers. We also have access to smaller centre console 31’ Gulfstream, ideal for light sportsfishing for GT’s, Queenfish and small gamefish species for something different.

The islands range from towering volcanic cones to others covered in dense rainforest, breathtaking jungle waterfalls and hot springs, to yet others which are raised coral islands with wide beaches and deep natural harbours. So you have magnificent coral reefs and crystal clear waters teeming with exotic colourful tropical marine life.

Click here for a Vanuatu Season Guide

Click here for a Vanuatu Information Sheet

Click here for Vanuatu Live Onboard

 

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