Goes Wild 6... October 2nd to 5th 2014

Jetskifishing 4 day social adventure to the top of the Coromandel and Great Barrier.

I've just arrived back from another amazing group trip to the Coromandel, where 35 Jetskifisho's ventured on a social fishing trip to the remote location of Port Charles. We experienced some challenging weather but this didn't stop us from catching more personal best fish. Check out these three fish Peter and Jenny caught while using our newly stocked Berkley Squiddos.

These trips are as much fun off the water, with many new friendships made and lots of tackle tips being shared between the guests.

Our Jetskifishing experiences are growing with popularity and your opportunity to join us on our next trip which is now open for bookings today. Check out the location where we fished, along with some added tips with which was the 'hot' colour and model slow jig which we currently have on sale at Jetskifishing.


Hottest fishing

  • Cape Barrier at Great Barrier Island.

  • Despite the 30 knot winds and up to 3 metre swells, we fished best in the BLUE areas with a depth of 35 to 40 metres.

  • With no anchor or drogue, we used 2 to 4 oz weights. We cast 15 metres ahead of our skis, to allow for the fast drift and so the baits could get to the fish zone.

  • The best sized fish caught between the group weighed 6-8 kg in this BLUE area.


Fishing Location - Cape Barrier of GB Island.

Launch area, beach launching at Little Sandy and Big Sandy Bay at Port Charles.

Due to popular demand, we have arranged another Goes Wild adventure, book quickly to avoid the disappointment of missing out!

Cheers, Andrew Hill





Andrew Hill
Andrew Hill