Welcome to Sea Force Fishing tours and Charters

Deep Sea & Sport Fishing Charters - Licensed Fishing Charter Operators

• Bottom and light game fishing

• Full and half days

• 50ft vessel with shaded deck

• Skipper 30 years experience

• All equipment provided

• Exclusive group bookings

• Reef Tours

• Bookings direct or at any Coral Bay ticket agent

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Fishing Licences

People fishing from Charter Boats are not required to hold a Recreational Fishing from Boat Licence when fishing from a licensed charter boat. The charter sector contributes to the cost of managing recreational fishing through licence fees and charter catch and participation information is provided through compulsory log book returns.

Fish For the Future

Western Australia's vast coastline offers people a variety of great fishing experiences. Recreational fishing is a popular activity that involves around 34 per cent of the State's population and contributes more than $570 million a year to the State's economy.

The new Recreational Fishing from Boat Licence is required to undertake any general fishing activity conducted with the use of a powered boat anywhere in the State from 2 March 2010.

Examples of where the new licence is required when fishing from a powered boat include:
• line fishing (handline, rod and line, squid jigging);
• catching crabs;
• spearfishing;
• catching octopus; and
• dip-netting for prawns.

The Fishing for the Future website contains much important information about recreational fishing in WA.


MORE INFORMATION ON CORAL BAY

Coral Bay Information, Maps, Photos and Videos

Accomodation in Coral Bay, WA

Scuba Diving in Coral Bay, WA

All About Fishing in Coral Bay, WA

where we are

Coral bay is located 1212km north of Perth and 122km south of Exmouth. The nearest airport is at Learmonth where a charter bus can bring you to Coral Bay daily and links to the Skywest Airlines flight.

 

Weather Zone

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Tourism WA

Australia's Coral Coast is the tourism body responsible for marketing one of Western Australia's most spectacular and rapidly developing regions stretching from Cervantes to Exmouth.

The strength of this region is its unique natural attractions including the Pinnacles Desert, the Abrolhos Islands, the Kalbarri National Park and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

Australia's Coral Coast boasts pristine coastlines and a world class marine environment at Ningaloo Reef - one of the world's most accessible fringing reefs comprising of 500 species of fish and 220 species of colourful corals. From late March to June each year, Ningaloo Reef is home to the world's largest fish - the whale shark.