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Trip photos and species.

 
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Atlantic Bonito

Great catch From the end of March through April.  Best sushi fish that passes through!

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Gag Grouper

Pound for pound one of the strongest fighting bottom fish in the Ocean.  Excellent eating!

Vermilion Snapper aka beeliners

Delicious fish that are often in large schools over structure in 80ft+ of water.  

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American Red Snapper

Although we have a short season, these are some of the most sought after fish.  We book every day during the season so make sure you call in advance to get your spot. 

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Tiger Shark

Most of the time we try our best to avoid sharks and catch quality fish to eat.  If our customers request, will can and will target sharks to give you the tug of a lifetime. 

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Mahi aka Dolphin fish

Mahi are one of the most colorful and fun fish to catch.  They almost always breach out of the water and put on a show.  Posing for a picture with these tasty fish puts a smile on everyone's face

Hog Snapper.

Although a rare catch the snapper is as unique looking as they come.  Excellent to eat and show off to your friends. 

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Black Sea bass

One of our most common caught fish.  The meat is as white as can be.  Although most are pretty small, we have caught them as large as 20".

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King Mackerel

Not the best eating fish in the sea bit they are abundant.  We have a good population of king Mackerel and they strike with force.  We can catch them while trolling or anchored up with live bait.  

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Amberjack

They call the reef donkeys for a reason.  Usually found near wrecks or structure these jacks will test your fortitude.  If you are able to wear him out before he sends you into muscle failure you can land this fish up to 90lbs. 

Sailfish

In the peak of summer we can catch sailfish as close as 10 miles out.  Although they are not abundant, we do hook a fair share each year. 

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Spanish Mackerel

These fish are some of my favorite catch for nearshore fishing especially with children.  They don't fight too hard and are a great introductory fish for an ocean experience. 

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