Keen Angler Charters

Keen Angler Charters does bay and reef or game fishing and sightseeing tours on Tasmania’s east coast. Nearly all year round with weather permitting
Join skipper Lionel aboard ‘Keen Angler’ for a fishing adventure departing from Burns bay boat ramp St Helens and the first fishing ground is 10 minutes away to get you onto your first fish. Offering half and full-day charters.
Whether you are experienced or a holiday angler, Lionel will cater the tour to your needs. Bay game or reef fishing tours – the choice is yours. We aim to please and make it a memorable holiday memory for you.
The vessel is fully tourism accredited and a comfortable survey built fully equipped built for the purpose‘Steber Persuader.’ Children are allowed from 6 years old only.
High-quality gear is provided for each person’s use. Any catch will be cleaned and bagged for you. We also supply sunscreen and light refreshments including hot/cold drinks, biscuits or cakes. The vessel includes toilet facilities.
When you step aboard ‘Keen Angler’ we ensure that you are going to have a great time. See you onboard soon!

Contact Details

"By Arrangement"
St Helens, 7216

0409 964 847
deblionel21@gmail.com
 

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