Mornington Peninsula offers an abundance of fish life to test your fishing skills. The areas of Port Phillip Bay and Bass Strait have Flathead (local favourite) to Pink Snapper (Pinky's) to Sharks and Elephant fish .
Rip charters offers Fishing Charters in Bass Strait, the Rip and Port Phillip Bay departing Sorrento or Queenscliff. Suits experienced fishermen or the beginner angler, also for the individual or group bookings and especially well suited for either corporate or recreational trips. All our boats are available for group charters, specialized fishing trips and individual bookings. Only quality rods, reels, bait and tackle supplied plus complimentary tea and coffee on all our trips.
Experience a fishing charter to remember inside the safe sheltered waters of Port Phillip Heads at Queenscliff. Hop on board and get ready to target a "quality catch" at an affordable price. Our newly renovated boat has been servicing Queenscliff for over 35 years - you can be guaranteed you will be with professional and experienced crew. Our skipper and deckhand will be on hand to guide you and show you the ropes. With all equipment (rods, tackle, bait) included all you have to do is wait for the fish to bite!
Personalised charters for up to 8 people looking from King George whiting, calamari and flathead to live baiting for the hard fighting king fish in and around the Port Phillip heads and Cape Shank"
The Jillian Fishing Charters offers their classic 32 foot wooden boat in the southern area of Port Phillip Bay for the whole family.
Our day trips and short charters are just the right length to fit in a relaxing lunch before or after at one of the many fine restaurants and pubs on the southern peninsula, you could even BBQ your freshly caught and cleaned fish at one of the many public picnic areas that the area has to offer.With all fishing equipment provided the only thing you need to bring is a cooler bag or small esky and fishing licence.
The Jillian is licensed to carry 20 passengers per charter and leaves from Rye pier daily over the warmer months. On occassion one of the friendlier seals comes onboard!