Black Marlin Fishing Charters Available | Sunshine Coast

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Luxurious Game Fishing Charters, Mooloolaba

Sometimes, there’s no better feeling than sitting back with the wind in your hair, sparkling ocean waves all around you, and a fishing rod in your hand as you laze the day away. If you want to make that dream a reality, get in touch with Kaizen Charters and book your next Mooloolaba fishing charter today.

We run exclusive game fishing charters out of the Sunshine Coast from our luxurious fishing vessel, the Kaizen 52, and our experienced skipper, Russell Caporn, has a lifetime of experience when it comes to finding trophy-glass fishing. Still not convinced? He also specialises in Tournament and Record fishing, and has a wealth of knowledge and experience.

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Fishing Charter Locations

  • Sunshine Coast
  • Gold Coast
  • Cairns
  • Lizard Island
  • Brisbane
  • North Queensland Coast
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What Can I Catch?

  • Black Marlin
  • Striped Marlin
  • Blue Marlin
  • Tuna
  • Dolphin Fish
  • Mackerel
  • Wahoo
  • Cobia
  • Sail Fish
  • and more…

Deep Sea Fishing Charters

This great land we call Australia has an abundance of favourite fishing spots to go after the giants of the deep — black marlin, striped marlin, tuna as well as mackerel.

How would you like to reel in one of these monsters?…it’s simple…just book onto one of our fishing charters and our Captain Russell Caporn will provide you with an experience of a lifetime.

Kaizen Charters provide a unique deep sea fishing experience.  We accommodate for an extensive variety of fishing adventures, from targeting the giant black marlin that frequent the edge of the Great Barrier Reef to long-range, live-abroad tours into secluded northern reef ocean waters.

If you’re not chasing the larger fishing species we also specialise in coastline light tackle sport fishing charters.

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