Whale Watching in Bermagui


For your next Bermagui fishing charter, choose FishBermi Charters!

We operate a 42ft Randell Flybridge Cruiser that is licensed to carry 18 passengers and 2 crew. The vessel is fitted with the latest in marine electrics and quality fishing tackle across the board. Morning tea is offered on each charter, as well as cold drinks, tea and coffee. A large private toilet is fitted on board.

Our skipper and crew are locals with experience here and abroad fishing for all manner of species, which is of great value to this operation and gives you the best chance to fish well and also learn from the experience.

All you need to bring along is a hat, spray jacket and some sunscreen. We do cater for individuals and groups who require lunch and/or breakfast to be supplied, at a competitive price.

Fishing packages can be tailored to suit your needs, whether chasing Kingfish one day, a box of reef fish, Yellowfin Tuna or some of the deep water table fish on offer like Gemfish and Blue Eye Trevalla. Multiple days allow our clients the option to mix up their fishing options if so desired.

Our crew help clean your catch and no fishing license is required by you as that is covered by the vessel’s own license.

We operate year round out of Bermagui NSW with both share and private charters on offer. We keep numbers below 9 on share charters, to allow you maximum fishing time and comfort. Private groups may charter the boat for up to 12 persons if required.

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Captain Steve and our crew recently took some deep dive clients out to the wreck of the SS Iron Knight. A 4,812 GRT Australian iron ore carrier which was sunk during World War II by a Japanese submarine. An epic dive 120m down and this video is a great way to see it!
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Few Reddies about this morning and the odd Mako of good eating size for today's group. ... More >< Less

Few Reddies about this morning and the odd Mako of good eating size for todays group.