Deep sea fishing out of Mossel Bay
Best charter in the Southern Cape. Always puts you on the fish or die trying!
A fleet of 2 Butt Cat fishing charter boats, SAMSA safety registered, operate from the Mossel Bay fishing harbour when the weather allows. We normally leave early in the morning for our fishing trips (night fishing trips are also available) and have excellent catch rates of a wide variety of fish species. Our fishing charter boats are fully equipped with the best gear and our skippers have years of experience fishing the banks and reefs in the Mossel Bay and Stilbaai areas. We have a 100% fishing safety record, and with the great assistance of our crew, kids and ladies can have a fantastic chance in landing that big fish too. We also cater for groups fishing together as well as corporate team building. Nothing needs to be taken on board except your own personal stuff. Fishing rods and bait are organised by us to ensure you have a fun filled fishing experience. Deep sea fishing is in great demand and you need to book your place to ensure we can have you on board. We also cater for groups up to 20 people. Mossel Bay is well known for fish catches of big cob and cape salmon as well as a wide variety of game fish like tuna, yellowtail, skipjack and marlin. We also regularly catch a wide variety of reef fish including santer, red roman, red stump nose (Miss Lucy), daggered, catface rock cod, hake and yellow belly rock cod. It is nothing strange to see an angler land up to 9 different species in one trip. As with all warm water deep sea fishing trips we also encounter a wide variety of sharks – Mako, thresher, bronze whalers, blue shark, ragged tooth’s and the more common gully and smooth hound sharks and you are welcome to try your stamina against these.
Vital Information: What do I need to bring Not much, remember our trips are all inclusive. We do suggest you bring appropriate clothing to fit the season and a day pack to carry extra snacks and water.
Wear whatever is comfortable. It is recommended to have a sturdy pair of broken-in trail shoes or sneakers. It is preferable to dress in clothing that will wick away perspiration and keep you dry and comfortable.
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Come and enjoy the beauty of fishing in Mossel Bay and let the professional crew of GoFish Deepsea Fishing Charters put you on a fish of a life-time! Nothing is more effective at team-building than the shared experiences of deep sea fishing on the Garden Route, or a private deep sea fishing tournament customized for your group.
Corporate Team Building & Fishing helps promote team building in a friendly and unique atmosphere while creating truly memorable experiences among your team members. Deep sea sea fishing as a team building exercise has many unique benefits:
Setting: On a charter boat, team members will be in close proximity to each other while enjoying the beautiful and relaxing setting of the ocean.
Common Goal: From the moment your team boards our fishing boats, they will be united in the common goal of “the hunt” for trophy fish.
Achievement: Whether your team captures cob, cape salmon, tuna, red roman or even one of our big sharks, your team will feel a definite sense of accomplishment. “We came together and conquered.”
Deep sea fishing in Mossel Bay offers the perfect setting for team work, idea sharing and experiencing true camaraderie. All this happens naturally in the course of the fun, excitement & challenge of catching fish in your very own team building deep sea fishing outing.
We have 2 boats in the GoFish Mossel Bay deep sea fishing fleet, both 26 footers and licensed for 8 anglers plus crew. Our fishing boats are fitted with 2x 115 V4 Yamaha outboard engines and equipped with the best safety equipment and fishing gear.
This family owned charter business that has great fishing charter experience and knowledge of the best local fishing spots. We have the passion and attitude to pass fishing on to the next generation. Fish for some Yellowfin, yellowtail, Dorado, Kob, geelbek and other game fish found in the Western Cape.