Spring Break fishing is in full swing here in Clearwater Beach Florida. Kingfish, Grouper, Snapper and much more are currently moving in to our area. It’s a great time to head offshore to do some deep sea fishing!! Book your charter now!
Red Snapper season is set to open June 1st, 2017 in the Gulf of Mexico. This year looks toy be exceptional, as we are catching large amounts of both red snapper and Grouper out of Clearwater Florida. Recent charters, while targeting other species, are catching and releasing a lot of keeper fish. With June first only days away, jot’s a good time to book if you’d like to load up on Snapper! The season for federal charter boats will be 49 days, so give us a call for more info (727) 243-4082
Clearwater Beach has been really warm this winter, this has allowed the fishing to remain red hot! Our Full day charters are having a blast offshore catching big Amberjack, Grouper and Snapper.
On the 3/4 and half day charterswe are targeting the ever so tasty Hogfish. With our long term weather forecast remaining steady, we should continue to experience great fishing here in Clearwater Beach FL. Our fishing charters run year round and we always target the hottest bite and best action!!
The fishing has been really good lately. Cooler water temps have pushed the Gag Grouper shallower, and the Hog Snapper bite has turned on! All of our charters last week produced good numbers of both species. Book Now, the weather is great and the bite is on fire here in Clearwater Beach, FL.
The Grouper fishing is as good as it gets in the Clearwater area right now. Several of my 3/4 day charters are getting quick limits of Gag Grouper within the first 2 hours of fishing, this gives them more time to target Snapper, Kings, etc..
The full day charters are enjoying a nice mix of Gag and Red Grouper along with Red Snapper.
The 2016 Red Snapper season is underway and we have been getting solid limits on our charters.
Also, Gag Grouper are now in season, making for productive trips offshore. Most of our Red Snapper trips are between 8-10 hrs giving us plenty of time to get on the fish. Call Capt. Brandon if you’d like more info and availability.