f you’re an avid angler in Melbourne, you know that fishing doesn’t stop when the temperature drops. In fact, winter fishing can be some of the best of the year, with cooler waters attracting a variety of species. To make the most of your winter fishing experience, consider our fishing boat hire options.
Boat4Hire Polycraft is a boat hire company that offers a wide range of boats suitable for fishing, including the Polycraft range, which is known for its durability and stability on the water. With a range of sizes to choose from, you can select the boat that best suits your needs, whether you’re fishing solo or with a group.
Winter fishing in Melbourne offers plenty of opportunities to catch species such as bream, snapper, salmon, and flathead. With a Polycraft boat from Boat4Hire, you can explore different fishing spots along the coast, including the nearby Mornington Peninsula and Western Port Bay.
Boat4Hire Polycraft also provides fishing equipment for hire, including rods, reels, and tackle, so you can be fully equipped for your fishing adventure. The team is knowledgeable about local fishing boat spots and can provide advice on where to go to find the best catches.
Don’t let the cold weather stop you from enjoying your favourite pastime. Book a Polycraft boat from Boat4Hire for your winter fishing trip and make the most of Melbourne’s fantastic fishing opportunities.
A fishing license is required by the Victorian Fisheries Authority for anyone looking to have recreational fish in Victoria, which can be obtained through Service Victoria. After that, you’re set to enjoy the great outdoors with the 700,000 others who go for a fish around the state each year.
When you catch a fish, its length will determine whether it’s a keeper and will soon become your dinner, or whether it’s just a kiss ‘n’ throwback kinda catch.
The Victorian Fisheries Authority has specific size and bag limits for each species of fish and they say;
‘The legal size of fish must be checked at the first available opportunity. Undersize fish must be released immediately. Measure fish from tip of snout with mouth closed, to the end of the tail.’