Winter Fishing Trips
Even if the cold air has us wearing big jackets and boots, the fishing offshore can be hot! In the winter we are normally taking any weather window we can get to head to the edge of the continental shelf for wahoo, blackfin tuna, and sailfish. Trolling is excellent along with jigging this time of year. Other species we can target are triggerfish, beelines, porgies, and grunts on the bottom since they get pushed off in search of warmer temps.
- 3/4 Day (6 hrs) 0-20 miles offshore $700
- Full Day (10 Hours) 0-40 miles offshore $1,000
- Gulfstream (12 hours) 60+ miles offshore $1,400
Top choice for Gulfstream jigging
Captain’s Tips for a Successful Trip
Warm clothes, in layers, cold temps travelling but can be quite warm offshore.
Rain suits are always a good idea for wind and spray protection.
Plenty of drinks, water is provided.
Sun glasses, sun screen, hat, etc.
Cooler, to be left in vehicle if fish are to be harvested.
Boot, water on deck is a normal occurrence.