Marine Experiences

Star Trek Snapper Trips

STRAY-LINING FOR "BIG" SNAPPER

Have you experienced stray lining for Snapper in the Coromandel Peninsula, Mercury Islands or Great Barrier Island?
We can take you to the spots that are suitable in most weathers. Parked close in the shelter of the islands, shallow water with a light current using plenty of burley will attract all sizes of Snapper.

You can fish with light nylon without sinkers, using large hooks and big baits. Star Trek Charters is a good opportunity to fish your tournament or target your trophy Snapper. Sit back relax and wait for the change of light when the fun is bound to begin.


Experience the excitement of feeling the line begin to pull slowly through your fingers then the scream of the reel as the fish feels the line tighten and the fight begins...

Experience Charter Boat Fishing at its best.

 

Star Trek Diving Trips

DIVE TRIPS

Through past experience we can show you the spots to dive in the Mercury Bay, Coromandel Peninsula area.

With Star Trek's on-board dive tank compressor you have no worries about running short of air as you experience diving in one of New Zealand's most picturesque locations.

Whether your interest is locating the big Crayfish, testing your spear fishing skills or underwater photography, we will assist you to find the spot.

Experience Charter Boat Diving at its best.

 

Star Trek Game Fishing Trips

MARLIN and GAME FISHING TRIPS

Mercury Bay has one of the best fishing grounds in New Zealand for Striped and Blue Marlin. Striped Marlin have been caught over 150kg and Blue Marlin over 250 kg with the odd big Black being caught as well. Star Trek is armed with quality gold Penn reels ready for you. In season our skipper, will let you target your own broadbill.

 We have also caught some big Kingfish around the Mercury Islands and know which locations to take you to. Jigging and live baiting are preferred for good results.

Experience Charter Boat Game Fishing at its best.

Whangamata Classic winning 224.3kg Blue Marlin caught on Star Trek