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Fishing Reports

Latest Reports

Group of anglers showing off their fish catch
Back into the Tropical Groove

Following a tumultuous end of the wet season with wild winds and more than enough rain, the weather pattern has finally turned the corner for the better.

Two anglers on the Akula Sportfishing vessel, holding a Coral trout
May Line Burner / Fishing Report

Local Skippers Reports for May

Photo of a fisherman holding up a Barramundi fish, freshly caught on the Daintree River Queensland
Local Skippers Reports for April

The April Line Burner is available now by clicking here ..... Featuring the inside word from those with their nose to the grindstone!

The Seeds Have Been Planted
The Seeds Have Been Planted

The Far North anticipates a plentiful fishing season post-wet season, with coastal and river catches flourishing. Expect optimal conditions for barramundi, mangrove jack, and other top species, especially in April and May.

March 2024 Line Burner Out Now
March 2024 Line Burner Out Now

Check out our March 2024 fishing reports from our professional fleet at Fishing Port Douglas.

February 2024 Line Burner Out Now
February 2024 Line Burner Out Now

Check out our February 2024 fishing reports from our professional fleet at Fishing Port Douglas.

Angler holding a fish
January 2024 Line Burner Out Now

Check out our January 2024 fishing reports from our professional fleet at Fishing Port Douglas.

Big moments in FNQ
Big moments in FNQ

There's always something going on in the angling world in Far North Queensland. It's all about the size of fish at this time of year that are on the table.

Angler showng his freshly caught fish that he caught off Port Douglas Queensland Australia
October 2023 Line Burner Out Now

Check out our October fishing reports from our professional fleet at Fishing Port Douglas.

Marlin fishing
Gearing up for a Big Month

In more recent times we started to see the south east trade winds ease as the day time mercury level shifted to the next level.

Angler showing their freshly caught fish from the Daintree River
September 2023 Line Burner Out Now

Check out our September fishing reports from our professional fleet at Fishing Port Douglas.