We could carry on about how we have the best guides, the best boats, best locations and pride ourselves on the highest quality customer service. But anyone can simply claim to be the best, so let’s start with some facts to help explain how exactly it is that we provide you with More Reef, More Fish and More Fun.
The Great Barrier Reef (GBR) and Coral Sea makes up around 54% of the earth’s entire tropical coral reef systems. So it won’t surprise you that there are simply more fish living here than anywhere else on earth. The Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea, can be considered as the “Amazon Rainforest” of the world’s oceans. This reef system is without doubt the world’s healthiest and most diverse marine ecosystem.
So if you want to be sure of giving yourself the best chance at catching the most fish, and the biggest fish, in the time you have available, you need to be fishing the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea with Nomad Sportfishing. Go anywhere else and you can be sure you’re only getting second best!
Our custom built mothership allows us unique access to areas of the reef that others cannot get to. And we are the only ones who fish the entire 1500 miles of the Great Barrier Reef each year, fishing the most remote areas, and only for a few weeks at each part of the reef. This means that you can expect spectacular fishing every trip because you’re fishing areas that have not been fished for a year or more. Check our Location Guide for more.
We specialise in lure casting, jigging, trolling and flyfishing for big giant trevally and dogtooth tuna, plus large pelagic sportfish such as Spanish mackerel and yellowfin tuna. Bring your fish encyclopaedia as we regularly catch and release rare reef species in the remote waters of Far North Queensland, such as various wrasse, maori sea perch, yellow lip emperor or the elusive blue bastard. From 2018, we will offer a broader range of charter locations with inshore and estuary sportfishing options available, targetting barramundi, mangrove jacks, queenfish, golden trevally and a wide range of estuary and inshore species.
Once you’re in the most remote parts of the world’s fishiest place, you’ll need the best guides and the best boats to find all the fish that live here, and a dedicated mothership crew to ensure that your overall trip experience is first class. Check Our Crew or Our Boats pages for more.