After about five minutes of talking to Jarad “Dingo” Boshammer, you realize he is one of those extra-fishy guys who likes to fish more than you do. And he’s better at it, and probably always will be.
Dingo, the son of Sid Boshammer a liveaboard chartered captain and Kerri Boshammer his wife was born in Hervey Bay (Queensland, Australia) in 1982. “Fishing was always in my veins,” he says. “I didn’t have a choice. I grew on a boat. I was catching fish before I could walk.”
His father noticed his son’s focus right away. “One of my first impressions was that even as a 3-year-old, Jarad had an amazing amount of patience,” Sid says. Dingo’s father purchased the charter boat when Dingo was around 6 years old Time N Tide A 38-foot flybridge-built Peter Bracken design, and one of the first hardwood game boats fished from Cairns – the legendary black-marlin town that is known as the gateway of the Great Barrier Reef. “Capt. Bob Oliver was one of the first guys to own a boat in the era of big game.