Offshore Fishing

Offshore Fishing

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Offshore fishing offers incredible Big Game excitement. There are two very popular ways to fish the deep offshore waters. The first is to live bait using either free lining, using a kite or by drifting and the second is by trolling.

Live baiting utilizes techniques such as free lining, kite fishing and drifting, to produce spectacular and very visual strikes from fish like Tuna, Bonita, Mackerel, Wahoo, Dolphin, and Sailfish. Free lining is when you position the boat over or up current of your desired spot and let the line run out with the current. This is a very natural presentation and the hands on approach makes this very exciting. Kite fishing is the best way to present your bait at the surface of the water, simply because the predator only sees the fish and not the rest of the leader. When baits are presented with the kite, they act in a very natural way, always trying to swim down and make lots of commotion. Drift fishing is a very efficient way to present your bait over a large area of good fishing grounds. When you drift fish offshore, you usually look for color changes or look to see fish and birds working. You position the boat so that you will pass near these areas. When Sail fishing, this can be one of the most effective ways to get to the double digits quickly!
If you prefer trolling weed lines, rips and drop-offs in the blue water, be prepared for an awesome fishing experience. Trolling these areas can produce great hook-ups on Wahoo, Kingfish, Tuna, Barracuda, Dolphin, Marlin (both white and blue), and Sailfish. Both styles offer great action, there’s no better way to fish for Big Game than aboard our light tackle boats.

 

 

 

 

Offshore Fishing
Sailfish · Wahoo · Dolphin · Kingfish · Marlin · Black Fin Tuna · Yellow Fin Tuna ·Barracuda · Bonito

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Offshore fishing offers incredible Big Gameexcitement. Offshore fishing on a light tackle boat gives you several advantages including less runtime, quicker ability to adapt to changing conditions and a real hands-on approach to hooking and fighting your fish.

There are two very popular ways to fish the deep offshore waters. The first is to live bait using either free lining, using a kite or by drifting and the second is by trolling.

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k offshore1 Offshore Fishing Live baiting utilizes techniques such as free lining, kite fishing and drifting, to produce spectacular and very visual strikes from fish like Tuna, Bonita, Mackerel, Wahoo, Dolphin, and Sailfish. Free lining is when you position the boat over or up current of your desired spot and let the line run out with the current. This is a very natural presentation and the hands on approach makes this very exciting. Kite fishing is the best way to present your bait at the surface of the water, simply because the predator only sees the fish and not the rest of the leader. When baits are presented with the kite, they act in a very natural way, always trying to swim down and make lots of commotion. Drift fishing is a very efficient way to present your bait over a large area of good fishing grounds. When you drift fish offshore, you usually look for color changes or look to see fish and birds working. You position the boat so that you will pass near these areas. When Sail fishing, this can be one of the most effective ways to get to the double digits quickly!
If you prefer trolling weed lines, rips and drop-offs in the blue water, be prepared for an awesome fishing experience. Trolling these areas can produce great hook-ups on Wahoo, Kingfish, Tuna, Barracuda, Dolphin, Marlin (both white and blue), and Sailfish. Both styles offer great action, there’s no better way to fish for Big Game than aboard our light tackle boats.

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