Florida is an amazing place to fish. A charter is a great option for those who are new to fishing. Finest Kind is well-known for providing a high-quality experience in fishing.
You can fish in Florida from the shore, bay fishing or deep sea. This blog will walk you through the experiences of deep-sea fishing, including the types of fish and seasonal information. It is meant to help you plan your best time to fish in deep waters off the Florida Coast.
What does Deep Sea Fishing mean?
What depth is deep sea fishing? Deep sea fishing is done at 30 meters depth. This may seem shallow, but it’s over 90 feet deep. What is deep sea? Deep sea is anything that is more than 90-100 feet below the surface. The depth of the deepest point is 6,000 feet. This is quite a distance between the bottom and the surface. Deep-sea fishing is so enjoyable, exhilarating and addicting because of its depth. Deep water is required to produce trophy-sized fish that are large and fat. This is why people travel to Florida to fish these depths.
Deep Sea Fishing Fish
The trophy fish is one of the most exciting aspects of deep-sea fishing in Florida. These big fish love the local waters. The Florida Saltwater Fishing Records proves it.
- Cobia – The record for Cobia is 130.06 pounds
- Bull Shark — The record is 517.44 lbs.
- King Mackeral
- Bigeye Tuna — The record weight is 194.80 pounds.
- Blackfin Tuna: The record is 45.50 lbs.
- Blue Martin — The record for Blue Martin is 1,048.88 lbs — that’s just under 1/2 of a tonne.
Although large fish live in deep water, many other species of fish provide great entertainment. One species of fish you can catch is the red snapper. There are many options to choose from, so you can create a deep-sea fishing trip that suits your needs. Are you looking to catch trophy fish? Learn more about deep-water fishing, or just enjoy a day of great fishing with family and friends?
Deep-sea fishing is difficult?
To catch deep-sea fish, you will need to be more knowledgeable about fishing. A charter is a great option for novice or first-time fishermen. The captain and his crew have a lot to do with the charter’s success.
There are two options: go to deep fishing areas and catch lots of fish, or not at all. It all comes down to your experience.
Deep sea fishing allows you to fish for a limited number of species of fish or a large variety of fish. Depending on what fish you are targeting, you can either chum or trawl. Chum fishing draws predatory fish to specific areas, while trawling drags your lure or bait through water. Tuna and other fish are attracted to movement while some others depend on their noses to find food.
The article was written by a professional charter captain at Salty Knots Fishing Charters with 15+ years of experience in the Gulf of Mexico. Salty Knots Fishing Charters is a local fishing charter service based out of St. Pete Beach, Florida. “We know what it takes to catch a giant trophy fish!”
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