We are happy to answer your questions. Here are a few frequently asked questions. If you cannot find your answer here, please use the form below to send us your question.


While we strongly suggest catch-and-release to support sustainable fishing practises, clients who catch edibles are welcome to harvest for the pot. This, provided the season for the particular species is open and, of course the catch is within size and bag limits.

We pride ourselves in sustainable fishing practices and practice catch-and-release as far as possible (see *edibles above). All big game sharks are tagged and released safely in support of research for the Oceanographic Research Institute (ORI)


We do NOT charge any extra fees or fuel surcharges. The listed price is the price you pay. Including tax.

Please contact us to get the latest information on your desired trip.


We recommend moisture-wicking clothing with a high UV rating. That said, you need to be comfortable in what you are fishing in, so wear whatever is comfortable for you. For footwear we recommended you have a sturdy pair of broken-in trail shoes, sneakers or wading boots.

Your own tackle if that is what you prefer to fish with, as well as all items of a personal nature (medications etc). We also recommend bringing a day pack to carry extra snacks and water.


No refunds for cancellations within seven working days of your tour.

Bookings are essential. Reservations help us determine the number of guides we need to ensure that our groups remain manageable and enjoyable. Booking well in advance also allows us to notify you of unforeseen changes such as weather etc.


We unfortunately cannot control the weather, although we plan all our trips around the most favourable weather conditions for a particular fishery. That said, we do fish in the rain and wind. Of course, should the weather (and forecast) pose any safety concerns, the trip will be changed or postponed. You will be notified the week of your trip if there are changes due to weather.