Frontier Fishing

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours

Mothership Fishing Adventures, Northern Territory Australia.
Frontier Fishing offers live-aboard fishing charters to a range of remote Northern Territory fishing destinations. The personalised itineraries cater to all levels of fishing expertise targeting barramundi, light game fish as well as reef and pelagic species.

Australia’s Northern Territory coastline is one of the world’s last truly wild fishing destinations. From steamy mangrove creeks and tropical floodplains to crystal clear reef systems, red cliffs and white sandy beaches the Northern Territory offers a limitless range of remote fishing possibilities. Catch barramundi, threadfin salmon, mangrove jack, jew fish, golden snapper, coral trout, red emperor and spanish mackerel as well as a huge range of other species. Mud Crabs are plentiful and painted cray fish are regularly on the menu.

Frontier Fishing will take you there in magnificent air-conditioned comfort aboard a 65 foot mothership TSMV Swordfish and get you fishing in 7 meter custom built fishing boats powered by 140+hp Suzuki’s. Everything you need is provided, just bring your camera.


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Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours






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From $850 to $950

Customised Fishing Charters for 4 or 8 guests to remote areas of the Northern Territory. Guests live aboard the 72′ mothership Swordfish and fish rivers, reefs, and estuaries from custom 7.5m tenders. The Northern Territory provides some of Australia’s most sought after fishing with the iconic Barramundi being top of most lists. Charters cater for groups of 4 or 8 guests.

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