It only takes six minutes to reach the ocean from our dock and most of the fish we catch are within three miles from shore.
Fishing off the coast of South Florida produces Mackerel, Kingfish, Bonito, Amberjack, Grouper, Snapper, Sailfish, Mahi-Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna, Barracuda, Sharks and more…
Normally, we are either *trolling or *live baiting to catch fish. When we hook-up, the First Mate will hand you the rod and help you with your technique if necessary. If the fish you catch is a good eating fish, or good for bait, and meets the minimum size requirements, it will end up in the cooler. If the fish is a game fish, and meets the minimum size requirements, it is up to you if you want to kill it! If you catch a trophy fish and want it mounted, tell the crew. You don’t have to kill the fish to have it mounted; a replica can be made from a measurement.
Dress according to the weather. Please wear sneakers, tennis shoes, or soft rubber sole shoes. (Shoes that leave no black marks on the deck are preferable). Sunglasses and a hat are a good addition to your wardrobe and sunscreen is suggested. For those who think they need it, pills for motion sickness should be taken before boarding the boat.
Let’s go fishing!
*Trolling is fishing from a moving boat. We use multiple lines with lures or rigged dead bait. The lines are fished from the outriggers and covering boards.
*Live Baiting is fishing from a stationary or slowly drifting boat. We use multiple lines rigged with live baits. The lines are fished from the outriggers, covering boards, or from a kite.
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