“THE SEA! the sea! the open sea!
The blue, the fresh, the ever free!”

- Bryan Waller Procter, English Poet

Charter Descriptions

8 hours - Our full-day charter allows us to cover more area and fish less-pressured and deeper waters. It also allows the flexibility to troll and bottom-fish. During our standard full-day trip we may encounter blackfin tuna, mahi, wahoo, sailfish, amberjack, grouper, snapper, and bonito.

Offshore up to 10 miles - 8 hours. A full day of fishing in waters up to 90 feet deep. We'll have plenty of time to troll for variety of fish (including cobia, kingfish, barracuda, bonita) and bottom-fish Cape Canaveral's numerous reefs and wrecks for favorites such as tripletail, grouper, snapper, black sea bass, triggerfish, and cobia.

Offshore up to 10 miles - 5 hours. A half-day charter is great for anglers who would like to fish for a mixed bag of species. Seasonal trophies like shark, kingfish, tarpon, redfish and snook can be targeted during a half-day trip not to mention the dozens of reefs that can easily be reached during a half-day adventure.

6 hours. A nearshore charter packs a lot of action without leaving site of the shore. In addition to seasonal targets (shark, kingfish, tarpon, bluefish, redfish and snook) you're sure to find a mixed bag of exciting action within site of Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral.

8 hours. For those interested in catching some of the tastiest fish in the ocean (swordfish, tile fish, grouper, snapper, mahi, blackfin tuna), we venture into the deep blue waters off of Port Canaveral where there is far less fishing pressure and abundance of trophy-sized fish. Captain Joe has the gear, technique and experience for one of the best fishing adventures our area has to offer.

11-12 hours. Often booked as a combination swordfish/golden tilefish charter, swordfish are year-around residents in Florida's Atlantic waters. Swordfishing requires a lot of fishing line (nearly 1000ft depths) and a lot of patience. Normally found over 35 miles offshore, they are opportunistic feeders that forage the bottom during the day and hook-ups can be difficult. When you hook one of these tasty giants you'll experience the thrill of a lifetime.