Welcome to the new website, there’s a lot here and we hope it makes choosing and booking your next fishing charter or fishing holiday with us easier. Your Abrolhos Islands fishing charter season is well under way, more about that shortly. With the new website many new features have been added to improve your fishing charter experience from the initial booking through to your feedback. Plans are in place to allow this to grow over time; there’s lots of new pics and some old favorites throughout the site.
We hope you love our new online booking system. It will make booking your trips smoother and faster, you can now book on your time 24/7. Booking a fishing charter when it suits you and your free time has got to be good, we hope you like it. The office doors are still open, the staff are still on hand to take your reservations, to answer any questions, and to provide you with the service and assistance your deserve. Blue Juice Charters can tailor your trips the way you like them. Either way we hope to see you out with us soon.
A big thanks to Derek at Grongtech Web Solutions for the work on the new site. Derek does lots of other cool stuff too; videos etc, but not the type with Charlie Sheen in a Beemer, a lot more corporate and funky, check his site.
A lot has been happening over the last month with “Bluewater” settling back into the live aboard fishing season at the Abrolhos Islands. The early part of the season was a bit slow, but things seem to be going back to normal; amazing fishing action around the islands.
The Baldchin Groper and Coral Trout seem to be poking their heads out from the reefs- it is as though they decided on a post summer siesta. Finally they are up moving, and the Dhu fish well at the Abrolhos they love a soft plastic too.
The year the surprises continue, wait for the image alongside, a monster Coronation Trout, now a Coronation trout is not that uncommon, from Perth to Exmouth and beyond, they are a treat to catch while fishing and at 45 to 50cm, they are a sweet fish…
The Abrolhos Island monster came in at 80cm. certainly one of the biggest we have ever seen.
There have been loads of other great memories and some people would rather forget. the early part of the season saw a good run of Yellow Fin tuna, though these seem are starting to disappear – pretty common about this time each year. The larger pink snapper are starting to move around the Islands.
With May underway, the Abrolhos season is in full swing. We have a couple of late specials to add some extra value for you; vouchers and some trips with discounts for new bookings, call our office and we can give you a run down. 9401 4666.
Hope to see you soon on one of our fishing trips.