Deep Sea Fishing is Not Just for the Pros
Seriously, if only pro fishermen went deep sea fishing, then this fantastic recreational activity would have died out decades ago. Many people who take it upon themselves to really step out and have some adventure on the open seas are doing so for the very first time. Some have never fished a day in their life before.
You see, deep sea fishing isn’t all about fishing or being a fisherman, it’s about having a unique life experience that is there to be enjoyed by everyone; no matter who you are, how old you are or what gender you are.
If you had to be an expert to go deep sea fishing, then no one would go. Everyone has to start somewhere. At some stage, every pro who ever went fishing for big game fish on the open ocean, went out for their very first try at deep sea fishing. The point is, we all start as amateurs at some point.
Sea Probe Fishing Charters has successfully been running deep sea fishing adventures on the Gold Coast for years. We love our job and our aim is to give our customers the most fun day they can possibly have out on the water.
We supply you with the following when you book a deep sea fishing expedition with us:
- Quality rods and reels
- Bait and tackle
- Soft drinks
- Bottled water
- Morning tea
- Lunch is provided on full day charters
- Fishing Tips and Tuition (for those who aren’t yet pros)
- Loads of fun and adventure
Please note that deep sea fishing is very much subject to the weather conditions. If the weather is bad and you aren’t guaranteed of the most awesome day out on the water you can possibly have, we will reschedule your deep sea fishing adventure for a time when the conditions are more favourable.
Our goal is to give you a day to remember, and we plan to deliver every single time.
We are located on the Broadwater on the south side of the Sundale Bridge. If you are interesting in booking a deep sea fishing trip, or want to know what else we have to offer, drop in and see us for a friendly chat. We look forward to giving you a day out to remember.