Great Barrier Island Fishing
Great Barrier Island is a place of unspoiled beaches and vast tracts of native forest northeast of Auckland. Great Barrier Island's rugged, untouched beauty is hard to find elsewhere. Great Barrier Island fishing charters and fishing spots attract anglers of all levels of skill and experience. Great Barrier Island fishing trips may include lakes, rivers, back country streams, saltwater fishing or big game fishing. Or you could choose to explore some of Great Barrier Island's superb fishing spots yourself. Enjoy fishing at it's best in one of the world's great fishing countries. more
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Mobile-friendly - Bounty Hunter captain - Aaron Covacich brings more than 22 years of hands-on-experience in the charter fishing industry. 'World famous in New Zealand', Aaron has extensive knowledge of the best fishing locations in the wider Hauraki Gulf region including The Mokohinau Islands, Great Barrier and Little Barrier and Kawau Islands. Aaron is dedicated to providing you an exceptional adventure.
Coromandel Fishing Charters specialise in affordable fishing experiences that give you the opportunity to catch snapper and other New Zealand fish species. Our modern vessel Joint Venture is comfortable, fast and the ideal fishing platform. Our charters depart from Hannaford's Wharf which is located in Te Kouma (only 10 minutes from Coromandel Town).
Mobile-friendly - Superb self-contained waterfront units on Great Barrier Island, the first island to be accredited Dark Sky Sanctuary Status. Spacious Units and a Waterfront Cottage with a Restaurant and Bar on Fridays in Summer. Groups, Corporates, Families or independent travelers welcome to suite all budgets. Conferences, Weddings, Golf or Fishing, including the Black Jug Haggle. We can arrange Accommodation or packages.
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