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Thursday Afternoon Deep Sea Fishing- $40
Let's go fishing! Thursday is a great day to go drift fishing ( It's not too busy on the ocean with very few boats out there on the water. Also, there aren't too many people on the boat itself, so the trip is very open. We're catching a lot of snapper and grouper right now on this deep sea fishing trip and the afternoons have been the best time to go. Cost: $40 per person (regular $45) Time: Be here at 1pm to check in. The trip goes out from 1:30pm-5:30pm. What to Bring: Bring food/drinks with you (beer is fine), sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat. If you bring your own fishing equipment, 20-40 pound test conventional or spinning rod works best. Braided line is not allowed. What is supplied: The boat supplies all the bait, tackle, rods/reels and coolers with ice. Captain and mate are aboard with you as your fishing guides to help with everything. Licenses are included too. Free parking. What are we fishing for: Snappers and Groupers are our main target. We also catch porgies, grunts, triggerfish and all the good eating bottom fish. Sometimes we catch kingfish, blackfin tuna, mahi-mahi, sharks and even sailfish. Anything else?: This is a fun trip for beginner fishermen and experts alike. Of course, the more experience you have, the better your chances at more and bigger fish. But this is a great way to come out, catch some fish, have fun and learn/perfect your fishing skills. Make sure to call ahead to put your name on the list. Call Capt. Andy at[masked]. Good luck out there fishing ( I'll sea you on the water.

Fishing Headquarters

301 Seabreeze Boulevard · Fort Lauderdale, FL

Respond by: 10/31/2018

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Calling everyone who loves fishing! Let's get together for some deep sea fishing trips out of Fort Lauderdale and take advantage of the great fishing we have in our own backyards. We'll get together for party boat drift fishing trips ( and small group sportfishing charters once a week whenever you can make it. Come out for some good times, fun fishing and hopefully some good eating fish to take home.

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