Discover Far North Queensland Sports Fishing
SINGLE & MULTI DAY FISHING TOUR PACKAGES TO SUIT ANY OCCASION
How we do it
There’s no better way to experience the best of what far north Queensland has to offer for fishing than with a local guide that knows the ropes, loops and pristine hidden locations..
CARE & SAFETY
We consider the safety of every single person that is touring with Coastal Connections to be of the utmost importance. Predefined safety measures and a rigorous service and maintenance schedule ensures our clients are safe and cared for at all times.
In order to provide you with the best experience possible charter numbers are limited to Individual or small groups. Relax and enjoy the tranquil peace and quiet that you desire.
Visit stunning fishing locations
Trinity Inlet boasts some amazing fishing spots in the heart of one of Far North Queensland’s major tourist hubs – Cairns.
Home of the best Big Barra fishing in the country, with people travelling far and wide to fish at this unique pristine inshore island.
Weipa certainly has a reputation for some of the best fishing Queensland has to offer, matched with some of the most picturesque landscapes in Cape York.
The Wenlock river stretches over 300kms and is home to some truly unique wildlife. Our newest touring locations.
See what our customers say
“Chaice and the crew took my best friend and I for a 3-day tour out to Deeral and Innisfall recently, the tropical weather was amazing and we caught some of the biggest barra I’ve ever seen! Amazing experience, two thumbs up! ” – Andre (Wellington, New Zealand)
“The Coastal Connections crew were great! They fitted me in on a last minute early morning fish up at Lake Tinneroo. Captain Chaice put me straight onto the fish. Within 20 minutes I was on my new personal best barramundi going 87cm and ten minutes later I landed a big girl going 105cm. It was 100% worth the early start catching big Barra while watching the sunrise. Great job guys keep up the good work!” – Alex (Canberra, Australia)
“I’ve grown up locally and always thought chasing barra in the colder months was pointless, the skipper Chaice explained with a wide knowledge of barra lifestyles and habits that it was still worth going you just need to know where and when to be there. he sure didn’t disappoint with his knowledge. I’d really encourage anyone to call Chaice and organize a trip, they have the knowledge to put you on the fish!” – Louis (Innisfall, Australia)