Deep Sea Fishing Treasure Coast Sport Fishing
Fishing is excellent all year on the Treasure Coast. Here you can find some of the best sportfishing in the world. Virtually any day of the year the Sailfish are around, but during the winter months they are here in big numbers. Mid-November through late February is peak Sailfish season and while fishing you can also expect to catch Dolphin, King Mackerel, Cobia, and Wahoo. When the conditions are right we will mix it up and drop our lines for Grouper, Snapper or Amberjack. As spring approaches the numbers of Sailfish will lessen but be replaced by gaffer sized Dolphin and improved bottom fishing. Whether this is your first time out on the Florida waters, or you are well seasoned fisherman join the Challenge crew for a fishing trip you will never forget!
If the sailfish and dolphin aren't enough for you we can put you on some good bottom action! Grouper and snapper help mix our bag from early spring through fall. When conditions allow we can anchor up for mutton and mangrove snapper, fishing a spread of live baits from the riggers or a kite simultaneously. You can catch Dolphin and Sailfish while your friends crank in a Mutton Snapper or a Gray Grouper. We are set up to electric reel fish for deep water species such as Tilefish, Snowy Grouper and Yelloweye and Queen Snapper. We'll work hard to put you in the center of the action!
Deep Sea Fishing East Side Tuna Trip
Join the Challenge on a ballistic fishing mission to the other side of the gulf stream where the Yellow Fin Tuna migrate and feed for several months each spring and summer; We leave early and return evenings, often with a box full of Tuna, Dolphin and a Billfish release (or 2) to boot. The Challenge is fast and ultra comfortable making the experience one to remember, and to plan again for next year!
This 12 -13 hour fishing day is an option from April through September and are subject to weather conditions.