Mooloolaba Deep Sea Fishing Charter Guided Sunshine Coast Trips Launched

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( — June 5, 2020) — A sport fishing charter company based in Mooloolaba, Queensland is now offering half-day and full-day fishing trips for big-game anglers of different experience levels.

A sport fishing charter has launched half-day and full-day fishing trips out of Mooloolaba, Queensland for anglers who want to experience deep sea fishing in the Sunshine Coast Region of Australia.

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Kaizen Sport Fishing Charters offers half-day and full-day big-game fishing charters for both new and veteran anglers. Half-day fishing trips present an excellent introduction to offshore fishing, offering just enough time for inexperienced anglers to make their first catch, according to the company. Full-day trips, it said, are for those who want more versatility as it allows for more time in trying different tactics in finding and catching fish.

The company has a luxury fishing vessel, the Kaizen52, a 52-feet fiberglass boat powered by twin 824-horsepower MTU diesel motors. It is one of the largest ships of its type operating out of the Sunshine Coast and is equipped with a full roof cover for protection from the sun and rain and the latest equipment in fish finding, navigation, and communication.

The ship is fully insured and is capable of carrying a maximum of eight passengers per guided fishing trip. The Kaizen52 is commandeered by experienced skipper Captain Russell Caporn, who is also a veteran sport fisher specializing in tournament and record fishing.

Big-game fishing is both a sport and a recreational activity that is done aboard a seaworthy boat. Practitioners of this type of fishing typically go after tuna, sailfish, marlin, and other large fish.

The Sunshine Coast of Queensland is a popular holiday and fishing destination that offers many spots for anglers. The area’s tropical and subtropical waters attract diverse species of fish, including big-game favorites like tuna and marlin.

While a vast majority of fish in Queensland thrives in the warmer months of December to March, there are also types that are plentiful during the colder months. According to the company, fishing enthusiasts can expect to catch table fish like pearl perches and snappers from April to November.

“Big-game fishing is an exciting activity that can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of skill level,” a company spokesman said. “Whether one wants to fish for just a few hours or experience a full day of action-packed ‘fighting’, our crew is ready to make that trip one of the most enjoyable experiences in all their travels.”

More details about the company’s sport fishing charter services can be found by visiting the above URL.