What to Bring
What WE provide
- Top Quality Rods and Reels (We supply all that is required to catch fish, All our gear is of the latest technology and of the highest standard) We use a Lowrance x110 GPS chart-plotter/sonar also a Furuno 585 Fish-finder
- Quality Bait & Burley
- Tackle, only the highest quality
- Safety equipment: Life Jackets, First Aid, etc to comply with USL code, 2D Survey
- Fully Plumbed toilet
What TO Bring
Food and Drink: You are welcome to bring whatever food or munchies you desire. You may also bring drinks including alcohol, however this needs to be kept to a minimum (2-3 drinks per person). Please discuss with the skipper prior to charter.
Fishing License: A current Victorian recreational fishing license is required before chartering and needs to be brought on board. These can be purchased at most bait and tackle stores or you can purchase online. This is of course not required for children or seniors, or those of Aboriginal or Torres Strait descent. More details can be found on the above website.
Sensible clothing: i.e. hat, raincoat, appropriate footwear as it is a wet deck.
Esky for any fish caught (however in the interest of space, this is to be left in your car and not needed till the completion of the charter).
What NOT to Bring
GPS: Strictly no GPS units are allowed on board. This is considered offensive to the skipper and if found on board the charter may be cancelled with no monies refunded.
Mobile phones with GPS function: If these phones are brought on board the skipper will provide a waterproof container for you to use and then return it to you on completion of the charter.
Your understanding of this matter is much appreciated.