A day out on a fishing charter in Cape Town
We are the longest successful fishing charter operator in the CAPE and have been operating for over 25 years!
We have a very good network on the ocean, so we always know where to go to find fish!
- We have a 95% to 97% strike rate!
Our track record speaks for itself. Visit our Trip Advisor and Facebook page reviews & feedback.
- Our boats are tailor made for local conditions as well as for your group or individual requirements.
- All our paperwork and required licensing is always up to date and checked annually.
Our skippers and crew are highly qualified and experienced and knowledgeable of our local conditions.
- All boats have onboard toilet facilities.
- All our trips are fully catered, everything is supplied including a complimentary cap.
- We pride ourselves on always trying to find fish even if it means going the extra mile!
We are members of The Cape Charter Boa Association, International Game Fishing Association, South African Deep Sea Association and the Western Province Game Fishing Association, including reciprocity with other international organizations.
All our skippers and deckhands are STCW 95 qualified (first aid, fire fighting, personal safety at sea, life raft training)
All our skippers and crew are COMMERCIALLY endorsed to take paying passengers to sea.
We are fully insured through Club Marine and have public and passenger liability.
We are inspected and surveyed through SAMSA annually as a Charter Vessel.
What you can expect from spending a day out fishing with us.
Please arrive by latest 06:00 am or earlier if specified. Don’t be late or we will leave without you.
WHAT TO WEAR:
It can be wet, windy, cold, hot, sunny, cloudy. Be prepared for any weather condition. Pack the appropriate fishing clothing, old clothing, shorts or longs with closed shoes, rubber soles preferably due to hooks and gaffs. Pack a windbreaker just in case of spray. Sunglasses for the glare, polarised preferable. Don’t forget your suncream and a hat that wont blow off..
We depart and take between 1 and 2 hours to get out to the fishing grounds depending on the conditions of the sea and weather but keep you updated with small talk about what we look for and other marine and bird life.
On route we supply a small breakfast in the form of muffins, fruit and drinks.
Once we get to where we want to fish, we set 6 lines total and give you a briefing of what and what not to do. We hand out harnesses or angling buckets to protect your anatomy.
We do have an onboard toilet for all our lady anglers as well as those men not so well endowed.
All the action starts once we get a strike or are called in on fish by my many other off-shore contacts on radio.
Lunch is offered in the form of sandwiches or roast chicken with snacks, crisps and drinks during the day.
TIME OUT AT SEA:
We fish until 15:00 hrs or earlier depending on the day. We return to the harbour by 16:00 to 17:00pm to cut up fish for you and a cold yeast upstairs in the bar.