Fort Lauderdale Deep Sea Fishing Charters

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Experience and explore the open waters of Ft Lauderdale! Just minutes from downtown Ft Lauderdale, FL. View the beautiful blue water and scenery, while experiencing the thrill of a chance to catch species such as Sailfish, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Snapper, Grouper, King Mackerel, and Shark. Your tour will be guided by a licensed Captain in a modern 31” open fishing style boat with t-top for shade. All the fishing rods and reels, right and left-handed and all the tackle you need, as well as all other necessities including safety equipment. Take the worry out of booking your next charter, TripAdvisor makes it easy, enjoyable and a memorable adventure...reserve today! Travelers also enjoyed a Jungle Queen Riverboat Cruise after our private fishing charters along with visiting Fort Lauderdale Beach along Las Olas Boulevard. You can also experience the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens.

Itinerary Details

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Were located on Fort Lauderdale Beach with several locations for your convenience. We are also only 12 minutes by Uber or Lyft from downtown Ft Lauderdale.

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When you embark on a Fort Lauderdale Deep Sea Fishing Charter, you will explore the Atlantic Ocean out of Fort Lauderdale, FL in search of Deep-Sea Fish with Local Experts! When you arrive we will get you comfortable with everything on the boat and get you to settle in as we depart. We will return to same location after the duration of your trip.

Duration: 6 hour

Pass By: New River

As we leave the marina we will be traveling via the historic New River

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From the New River, we will turn and follow the Intracoastal Waterway or what some call the million-dollar alley.

Pass By: Port Everglades

On our right heading out after going under the 17th Street Causeway Bridge will be the Port Everglades where many of your favorite cruise ships may be docked.

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As we turn east to enter the Atlantic Ocean we travel the Stranahan River which is the inlet name in Fort Lauderdale. We will also be returning on this path.
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