A unique Jungle Perch Angling Adventure in the heart of the tropics.
Simply book the package that suits you and your host will take care of the rest, collecting you from your accomodation and providing you with everything you
need to get the most from your once in a lifetime fishing adventure: food & beverages, rods, reels, lures and the insight on where to go and how to get there.
HALF DAY FISHING
FULL DAY FISHING
HALF DAY SIGHTSEEING
FULL DAY SIGHTSEEING
Jungle Perch Adventures is a locally owned business that offers environmentally sustainable (catch and release) fishing tours.
Once in a lifetime opportunity to target bucket list species such as jungle perch, sooty grunter, khaki grunter, snakehead gudgeon, etc. exclusively on lure and fly.
Top quality rods, reels and lures provided (Shimano, Diawa, Abu-Garcia, Samaki, Attomic, Rapala, lucky craft) or feel free to bring your own.
Walking tropical creeks and streams offers you the opportunity to get up close and interact with beautiful world heritage rainforest.
Small groups of 1-2 anglers plus Guide gives you a more intimate personalised experience.
Pick up-drop off to your accommodation. No need for your own transport.
Our tours are competitively priced and easily arranged.
• Food and drinks: Half day – snacks, fruit juice poppers, water provided.
• Food and drinks: Full day – snacks, fruit juice poppers, lunch, water provided.
• Equipment: Rods, reels and lures supplied on a replace if lost or broken basis
• Transport: Pick up – drop off at your accommodation (Cairns, Port Douglas) or arrange a meeting place.
• Photography: Capture photographs supplied to you on your request.
Follow Our Adventures.
Follow our adventures as we get up close & personal with the iconic nature of FNQ! Be inspired as we journey through spectacular freshwater creeks and streams, casting for the elusive Jungle Percgh, Sooty Grunter, Snakehead Gudgeon, the Khaki Grunter and other unique fish only found in the tropics in and around Cairns, Port Douglas and the Daintree in Far North Queensland at the base of Cape York. If you're lucky enough, we may even spot a cassowary!