Call for availability as a $20 discount below Groupon's price is offered if paying cash the day of the charter.
Inshore versus Offshore fishing – what’s the difference?
With fishing terms like inshore, offshore, deep sea, big game fishing and more, it can be tough to get a grip on what’s what. In this post we’ll compare inshore versus offshore fishing and help you determine which style best suits you for your next charter fishing trip.
The biggest difference between inshore and offshore fishing is the depth of the water, with 30 meters of water being an accepted line-in-the-sand acting as the border between the two. When you’re fishing inshore, you’ll usually be within a few miles of shore and, more often than not, within casting distance of it working popular spots like beaches, rocky shorelines, piers, jetties, flats, mangroves and islands with light tackle. Offshore trips that often require a commitment of 12 to 72 hours will take you anywhere from 30 to 130 miles away from the coast. This kind of water warrants larger sportfishing boats equipped with heavier gear and technology like sonar and radio. The techniques used out here are less hands on – until a marlin is trying to steal all of your line – and you may only catch one or two, but hookups can last hours.
Call for availability as a $20 discount below Groupon's price
is offered if paying cash the day of the charter.
Charters are 4 hours usually 8-12.
Boat capacity is 4 including me, the Captain.
Just bring a cooler with snacks-I'll supply the rest.
We always catch fish-I just cant promise what species.
DAYTONA BEACH CHARTERS
CAPTAIN MICHAEL (FISHING GUIDE)
INSHORE SALTWATER FISHING