Tel: 07 5497 5533
Bribie Island Boat Charters
Bribie Island – BBQ Boat Hire – Fishing Boat Hire

Tel: 07 5497 5533

The things you can borrow, hire or buy from Bribie Island Boat Charters

We often find our boaties have forgotten to bring “this or that”, when they turn up for their boat-hire. Never mind; Brendon and Robyn can usually find something to help them out. I thought I’d write up a list of the most commonly needed things:

Bits and pieces that can usually be borrowed from Bribie Island Boat Charters, when you hire a boat:

Eskies

BBQ tools

Hand-lines, basic tackle kit, landing net, bait board

Fish pliers, knives, hook removers, scalers, burley bucket

Crab-pot hooks, bait bags, floats

Boarding ladder, swim toys, sand toys, beach cricket set, water pistols

Spotto game-sheets

Bird books and fish charts

Rain-pants, jackets, wet-weather phone covers

Balloons, party streamers

Pretty much anything you’ve forgotten to bring and really need.

 

Things that you can hire:

Fishing rods: $5 each/day

Fish-finders: $10 each/day

 

Things you can buy:

Bait – good quality, frozen.

Ice – cheap, 5kg bags

Fishing tackle – a big range that covers all of your needs

Crabbing supplies

Sunscreen, insect repellent (including fish-attracting insect-repellent!)

Thongs, hats, sunglasses and great wet-weather jackets at a very cheap price!

Boating spares

Gifts- come in and look at our range of books, mugs, stubby-holders, etc

 

A lovely afternoon for a tow. Poor Sue and crew came to grief over the top of the Avon, but still had a good time waiting it out for us to turn up and bring them home. Lots of action on the Pumicestone Passage, with a fire-fighting plane scooping up water for the Ningi fire all day. ... See MoreSee Less

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There are still snapper out there - Barry was out on the Passage today with Fishability- a competition run over the year, for people who have limited access to leisure and social connection. His snapper was catch of the day- 35 cm, caught near Pacific Harbour using mullet. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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