Full days typically run 8 hours and are by far on our most successful trips the cost is typically 50% more than a half day so it is very effective financially to book full days. One of the challenges when heading offshore fishing the reef is the changing Gulfstream current. I have seen many days where the conditions are phenomenal in the afternoon only to return to that area the next morning and the conditions have reversed from blue water and north current to green water and no current or south current. Not to say that we never catch fish in those conditions, but they are generally not as productive. A full day gives us is the chance to move around and find the best conditions available and also to share with you several types of fishing in a day.
On a typical day we will fish for several types of fish. Some of the techniques we use are trolling, kite trolling, deep dropping, bottom fishing, kite fishing, flatlining live baits, light tackle snapper fishing, patch reef fishing, cobia fishing (sight fishing), and swordfishing offshore. As you can see the list is long and we want to share with you as many of these experiences as possible within reason.
This is what makes fishing in South Florida so great in the course of a year we can catch most of the species that live in deep water off the Florida coast. You never know when you’re going to see next, something as rare as a marlin, yellowfin tuna, spearfish, mako or white sharks, bluefin tuna, even whale sharks whales, and manta rays.
Reef prices refer to near coastal fishing (within 5 miles of shore). This can include sail fish, snapper, grouper, and many other species.
Offshore prices refer to far offshore fishing for Mahi and Marlin. This price covers our extra fuel costs.