Fly Fishing Frontiers is a fully accredited operator with Fisheries WA and have the knowledge and experience to help you maximise your experience in exploring the exciting fisheries of Exmouth.
We customise our fly fishing charters to suit your requirements – be it hunting the lagoons for Permit, Bone fish or heading for the Bluewater for Sail Fish. We are here to optimise your Exmouth experience, so if you have your sights set on a particular species, talk to us about how we can achieve your ultimate fly fishing experience.
As an operator, we are here to optimise your experience, so if you have prospective goals or triumphs for a particular species please let us know!
Each of our fly fishing charters depart from Exmouth and include a personalised packed lunch and refreshments, pick up and drop off to your accommodation.
Our fishing charters leave early, to ensure you have a full day of guided fly fishing in the pristine
waters surrounding Exmouth.
Take our boat to Coral Bay with you, or we can have it delivered!!
Grab your snorkelling gear, step off the beach and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Ningaloo’s coral gardens.You can experience some of the best game fishing in Australia from Coral Bay in WA. Just cast a line from the designated beaches or join a deep sea bottom fishing or light game fishing tour.Swim with the whale sharks from March to June, or with the majestic manta rays all year round.Check out the reef shark nursery, just a 20 minute walk from Main Beach. From October to March as many as 200 reef sharks lurk in the shallow waters.Head down to Main Beach at 3.30pm and feed the schools of norwest snapper that swim into shore at this time every day.Visit in March or April and you might be lucky enough to witness the annual coral spawning.
Located approx 9 nautical miles NNE from Exmouth. There are two islands - North and South. These islands are very popular locations for recreational day use such as snorkelling, diving, swimming and fishing. It is also an important habitat for seabirds and various other flora and fauna. The island's beaches are highly significant to nesting Green and Loggerhead turtles during the months of November to April.
Day access is permitted on both islands, however overnight camping is only allowed seasonally on the north section of South Muiron Island. Guidelines have been developed to protect this special area. Written request to camp must be made to the Shire of Exmouth and the Department of Environment and Conservation's Exmouth office. Any proposal to camp on the island for longer than three nights shall be referred to the Shire of Exmouth for approval.
Wilderness Island is an island paradise perfectly positioned in the pristine wilderness that makes up the Eastern side of the Exmouth Gulf. The island is around 1.6km long and 800 metres wide. It features sandy beaches, limestone cliffs, sand dunes and mangroves.
The island is a natural sweep of white sand and rocky headlands that is home to turtles, kangaroos and numerous bird species. The pristine waters host an unimaginable variety of marine life including whales, dugongs, manta rays, turtles, dolphins and a myriad of fish species.
Our highly versatile boats are perfect for accessing the fishing on offer around Wilderness Island and the Exmouth Gulf. We recommend a smaller vessel if you are planning on staying close to the flats, as they are more suited to the flats and creek fishing on offer. If you are planning to head offshore into the deeper water, then a bigger boat is the way to go.
Whatever you choose, you can be assured of a reliable boat, back up by the expertise and support of the crew at Wilderness Island and Ningaloo Reef Boat Hire.