Think of all the Red Snapper you can catch while exploring the local reefs. Imagine fishing these productive grounds up to 26 miles offshore and the wrecks, which all hold numerous Kingfish, Cobia, Amberjack, Black Seabass, Triggerfish, and various types of Grouper. With U-hook-um Charters, this could be your tomorrow!
Try your hand at light and heavy tackle fishing, bottom fishing, trolling, and deep sea fishing. Hone your angling skills or learn a new technique. Introduce your kids to the art of fishing or set your personal record.
U-hook-um Charters specializes in targeting anything that is in season and biting. They operate a 23’ Wellcraft center console, built in 2006. It can cruise at a hair-raising 35 knots thanks to its 250 HP Yamaha engine. There is plenty of fishing space for up to 4 anglers.
The boat is rigged with electronics, such as a GPS, a fishfinder, and a VHF radio. There is also an icebox for the catch aboard. It is recommended to bring a cooler for your fish and leave it in your vehicle – you will take it home with you after the trip. Along with that, grab your non-spray sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, and food and drinks you wish.
Please note that no GPS devices are allowed during the trip and all mobile phones will be turned off. The captain will take plenty of photos during the trip for the customers.
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Wellcraft (Center console) originally built in 2006. Powered by a 250HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.
Types of Fishing
Crystal River Fishing Calendar
Conducted R&D trip for Sheephead. Had a limit (16 Sheephead) by 10:30 in the morning for 2 anglers. Caught short mangrove snapper, hogfish, porgy, Spanish mackerel and Grouper. Also caught 8 more keeper sheepshead before leaving at 1:00pm. Overall… Read Full Report →
Had a great time with Ken, Aleisha and Ricky from Michigan. They caught Sheephead, Mangrove Snapper, Hogfish, Grunts, Blowfish, Porgy and Gag Grouper. It was Ken and Aleisha's first time to Florida. The weather was foggy and wet, but… Read Full Report →