Fishing for Tarpon, Red Snapper, Snook, Redfish and Trout

Offshore Species

Offshore, or Deep Sea Fishing as some know it can be very rewarding when it comes to table fair and putting your strength to the test. If you want to experience a thrill of a lifetime, there is nothing like running 50 mph across the open ocean and battling with some of the strongest fish around.


• Red Grouper, Gag Grouper and Black grouper can all be caught while fishing the reefs, ledges and wrecks • Red grouper average 10-12 lbs with some reaching 20lbs, Gag grouper can weigh up to 50 lbs and Black Grouper can weigh up to 100 lbs • Grouper can be caught on large live baits as well as frozen squid and sardines • The best grouper fishing starts about 30 miles offshore • All three species are excellent eating

Red Snapper

• Has a short season, typically from June 1-August 2nd. • A very good eating fish • Fights very hard • When fishing for red snapper we typically have to run at least 50 miles offshore • Excellent table fair • Average size is 8 lbs but can grow to 25lb plus

Yellow tail and Mangrove snapper

• Excellent eating • Lots of fun to catch • Can be action packed when they cooperate • Average size is 5lbs


• Fight extremely hard • Also known as “Reef Donkeys” because of their unwilling ness to quit • Anglers typically need a water break after 2 in a row • Good table fair • A blast to catch • Can grow to 110 lbs

Goliath Grouper

• Lives on the wrecks and reefs • Eats large baits • Fights unbelievably hard • Can grow up to 500lbs • Puts your strength to the test


• There are numerous types of sharks that can be caught in our inshore water ways, including bull sharks, great hammerheads, lemon sharks and black tips. • When shark fishing we target deep channels, passes and nearshore wrecks and reefs