About Moeraki Fishing Charters

Moeraki Fishing Charters operates from the main jetty, at Haven St, Moeraki.

Caleb Clark took over the operation of Moeraki Fishing Charters in 2021, having had a connection with the business for some time. Caleb brings a background in commercial fishing, a wealth of local knowledge, and a passion for educating people about fishing. 

About the Moeraki Fishing Charters vessel

The Moeraki Fishing Charters vessel, Aari, has a spacious wheelhouse so people can shelter if the weather turns bad. The high rails around her deck mean that even people who are unsure about being out on the sea feel safe and secure onboard. 

Your fishing trip

Moeraki Fishing charters will cater for all comers, no matter your level of experience. We require a minimum of 5 people but this can be made up with smaller groups, we're happy to take you out on your own, or with a group of mates or colleagues. We can accommodate up to fifteen people on board which is great for large groups and cap it around 12 when putting together smaller groups.

Contact us today to book your trip or make an enquiry.

What to do in Moeraki

Moeraki is a great place to stay or visit for a day-trip.

The Moeraki peninsula is a breeding area for various seabirds including the yellow-eye penguin, Steward Island shag, royal sponbill, and little blue penguin. NZ fur seals are also regular residents. Sea lions, elephant seals and leopard seals can be seen here from time to time too, depending on the time of year. 

Visit the Katiki Point lighthouse. The Katiki Point Historic Reserve and lighthouse can be reached on foot from the car park on Lighthouse Road. Although there is no access to the interior of the lighthouse, there are great views and it's an excellent walk.

The iconic Moeraki boulders are an enjoyable walk from Moeraki township, or drive up to the boulders carpark and walk to the beach from there.