Auckland Fishing Trips with Outer Gulf Charters
Join us aboard the APOLLO for one of our exciting fishing charters as we take you to Auckland’s outer Hauraki Gulf islands. Journey to this highly renowned location on our high speed and spacious vessel which is easily able to accommodate up to 12 anglers on its covered wet deck. The coastline around Leigh, NZ’s Snapper capital, boasts prime fishing locations such as Kawau Bay, the Little and Great Barrier Islands as well as the Mokohinaus. Alongside Snapper you will be able to catch species including John Dory, Terakihi, Gurnard, Kingfish, Hapuka, Kahawai and Trevally.
Contact us to book your group’s place on the APOLLO for a half day, full day or even 2 days which includes spending the night at Great Barrier. If you are looking to come solo or in a small group then we offer our Monday Blues and Wicked Wednesday Twilight Fish Days. Options per person are available to view below.
Skipper Brian and deck-hand Grant invite you to come along in groups of up to 15 people with space for 12 anglers to fish at the same time on our day charters. With 20 years’ experience between them, you will be whisked out to Little Barrier within 45 minutes and Great Barrier and the Mokohinaus in around an hour and a half to enjoy some of the most incredible fishing locations you will have ever seen. Click the link to discover more details regarding our day trips with options for bait, rod and tackle hire as well as food and drink.
If you are more the nocturnal type then we are pleased to offer overnight trips around the Barrier and Mokohinaus. Making the Great Barrier Island your new temporary home you will be able to enjoy a number of days out fishing against the backdrop of the region’s jaw dropping sunsets. With a range of options providing secluded retreats to more social locations with bars and restaurants the choice is yours. Don’t miss out on this breath-taking experience with OGC’s overnight fishing charters. Click the link for more information regarding prices, accommodation options and availability.