The following is a guest post by Mariam Aunes.
It is but natural that with water on all sides of the country, some of the world’s greatest fishing spots are in Australia. It is not an exaggeration to call it an angler’s delight. The pristine blue water of the ocean and the rivers provide anglers with multiple fishing options. Sport fishing or game fishing or fly fishing- it’s all open to the fishing buff where he can fish to his heart’s content.
Not just fishing, there are guided tours to the most picturesque locales where you are guaranteed to have a good time with your family and friends. It is ‘the’ place to be if you are a hardcore fishing buff. This is where you get to cast your lines in such rich waters, visiting the new places, making new friends who share the same enthusiasm and passion about fishing.
One of the greatest things about Australia is that the good places to fish are often the most beautiful so if you are being accompanied by some one entirely uninterested in fishing they can behold the splendid surroundings. If you plan a fishing holiday, the first place that comes to your mind is Australia. With so man options to choose from; freshwater fishing, saltwater fishing, fly fishing, sea fishing holidays, specimen fishing- it really is difficult to choose one.
From Barramundi to Cobia, Giant Trevally, Red Snapper, Queenfish, Spanish Mackerel, Threadfin Salmon and many more, you can fish for an unimaginable amount of species of fish on the face of the earth. If you are planning a fishing holiday, you want the best family accommodations, food and facilities with a good deal. The fishing tours of Australia guarantee the best of services for you to go back home with an experience to be remembered for a life time.
Do your homework
No matter where in Australia you plan to take a vacation; be it in Victoria or Western Australia, New South Wales or The Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia or Tasmania you are sure to go home very happy and content after a fishing holiday in here. No matter where you are and where you go, you are sure to get some good results.
But before you head out on that fishing holiday is Australia, you do have to do a little homework. It is not all about throwing a couple of fishing rods and reels in the backseat and starting off. The internet is a good source of information when it comes to the fishing reports. If possible get in touch with a local angler who can give you more insider information regarding the marinas, fishing maps, fishing locations etc. Browse through the outdoor magazines and articles, to gather sufficient relevant information about the locations and types of fishing.
You can hire a fishing charter or venture on your own, stay at a lodge, enjoy the scenic view, titillate your taste buds with the fantastic seafood delicacies and take pleasure in a wonderful fishing holiday.