South Florida is the snook capital of America, and with excellent opportunities to target snook available year round, there is never a bad time to get on board and go after them. Especially during the mullet run in the fall time, where you can experience upwards of 60 in a trip (you read that right) Snook fishing is hot year round, but definitely peaks during the summer and fall mullet season.
Goliath Grouper are definitely considered the "alpha" fish in town, nothing will pull harder pound for pound, and will really put you to the test. Sometimes exceeding 500 pounds, you can bet that you are in for the fight of your life, literally. These trips are highly sought after so make sure to call and check for availability.
Redfish or "Red Drum" are a frequent visitor on the flats and inlets in our area, they pull very hard on light tackle and are a blat to catch! On the right days, sight-fishing them is possible, along with other flats dwelling species
Permit are a highly sought after game fish that are notoriously hard to target and trick. However, during the spring and summer months there are great opportunities to try your hand at the notorious yellow bellied spider eaters. Permit fight extremely hard when hooked, and will really test the angler and their patience and skill
The speckled sea trout is a local favorite around here. How can it not be when the world record was captured in our home waters? Trout fishing can be good throughout the year, but the winter and spring are the best time to target the giant seatrout on live bait or artificial
My personal favorite fish to target and interact with are definitely the sharks. We catch and release Bull sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, Lemon Sharks, Nurse Shark, Black-tip Shark, Tiger Sharks, and Sandbar Sharks to name a few. You can rest assure that this is always a battle and a truly amazing experience to catch and interact with these animals. Tagging trips are also available. But note, this is 100% catch and release aboard our vessel
Cobia are quite possibly one of the most delicious eating fish in the ocean, and every spring they inundate our area for an annual migrations just off the beaches. You can bet if it is calm enough to go out, that there will be a hot cobia bite between April and July.
There isn't a better fish around to provide fast hitting, drag screaming action than the King Mackerel or "Kingfish" In the spring and summer they are plentiful near the beaches and just offshore, many reaching into the 30-40lb range. and with lightning quick strikes and blazing runs, you will have a blast reeling in some smoker kings!