Merry Christmas 
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Merry Christmas From Hervey Bay Fly And Sportfishing 

Chozza and the team would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and the very best for the new year. Thank you to all our customers, friends, suppliers and industry partners for supporting us over the past 12 months.  We have truly enjoyed guiding guests on the bay during 2019, and your support and friendship means a lot to all of us. Can't wait to guide many of you again in 2020 along with meeting plenty of new faces. Tight lines and enjoy your time with your family.

Chozz embracing the Christmas spirit, all the best and Merry Christmas from the team.
Recent Fishing 

I will go in more depth in the December fishing report ,we have had some great fishing so far through December. 
The late run of black marlin has been interesting with some nice fish being caught.
Our usual run of spotted mackerel and mac tuna has kept us busy with guests enjoying the bait balls.
Other species like golden trevally, cod, tea leaf trevally, bludger trevally,queenfish and more have also been about. 

This black marlin went 55kg a great fish for inside waters 

Paul with a golden trevally caught on fly, a great fish for the flats well over a meter.

William with a spotted mackerel 

This Bait Ball had a range of species hanging off it including big sharks
Christmas Gift Ideas !

Christmas Vouchers are available right up to Christmas

Be a hero this Christmas and give the best gift for the fisho in your family 

You can also order off the website

January Dates 

We still have availability through January.
If you would like to kick the year off with some rod bending, send us an email to secure New Year dates. Email

Why not start the year off with a screaming drag
This Weeks Weather 

Tight Lines 

Stay Safe and wishing everyone a Merry Christmas 

Andrew Chorley 
Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing 
M 0407627850

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