A Pastime for All Ages: Game Fishing for Recreational Anglers

Friday 8 January 2016, 2:48PM
By Tauranga Fishing Charters


Anglers on the lookout for tuna, marlin, swordfish and even sharks are a common sight in New Zealand. This comes as no surprise, as the country has a reputation of being one of the great fishing nations in the world. There is no reason not to believe that the seas around New Zealand have plenty of amazing game fish just waiting to be caught.

A 2014 study revealed that fishing not only makes you a better person, but also helps you lead a healthier and happier life. Due to the country’s wonderful fishing charters, which require a bit of hiking, paddling and biking to reach, many anglers are physically fit and full of energy that keeps them going.

Anyone, regardless of their age, can participate in Tauranga’s game fishing trips. Those who have already tried consider it as one of the most accessible outdoor sports. The fun and excitement of reeling in a big fish is what makes this sport so appealing to many. For them, there is nothing more thrilling than seeing a striped or blue marlin nailing a lure underwater. Marlin, apart from kingfish, hapuka and bluenose, is among the ultimate fish that anglers are eager to catch.

With Tauranga Fishing Charters, your search for the right game-fishing trip is over. The company has earned a strong reputation for providing an extensive selection of fishing tours.

More about Tauranga Fishing Charters

Tauranga Fishing Charters is a leading provider of fishing and diving trips in New Zealand. Its team of professionals has the expertise to guide those who would like to navigate the depths of the sea. Their full boat charter can accommodate up to eight people maximum.

The company is committed to take care of all the things every customer needs, whether it is about seeing hulking sea creatures or be part of the action.

Tauranga Fishing Charters has been striving to make fishing the New Zealander’s favourite pastime. Their must-visit fishing spots include the Mayor Island, Penguin Shoals, Penguin Rise, The Rangiteras, the Alderman Islands area and the back of Plate Island.

To learn more about the company, or the trips they offer, visit their website at