For those seeking a truly authentic bluewater game fishing experience, Down Time Sportfishing Charters is just what the doctor ordered! With Captain Lane Kilgore at the helm, you’re in for an angling adventure that will keep you coming back for more.
Come aboard a 50’ luxurious sport fishing yacht that can sit up to 6 persons and have them fish at the same time with plenty of room and comfort. She’s been restored in 2018, rigged with twin 760 HP Detroit Diesel engines, which makes her swift on the waves and able to get you to the most productive fishing spots.
What’s more, the vessel sports a private toilet, a cabin with air-conditioning to cool off and rest for a little while, as well as a full galley and bed. Since you’ll be heading out to battle the giants of the deep waters, you’ll have the top-of-the-line rods, reels, tackle, and a fighting chair to help you in your efforts.
There’s a variety of trips you can choose from, starting with 9- or 12-hour excursions that give you the opportunity to fish for some of the Gulf’s most renowned gamefish species. Artificial reefs, offshore drilling rigs, and natural sub-service structures are home to Red Snapper, Grouper, King Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Amberjack, and Sharks, to name a few.
For a tournament-grade experience, 36-hour overnight trips allow you to venture out to the Gulf of Mexico’s deepwater to hunt for some of the fish royalty of these parts. Marlin, Sailfish, Swordfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Blackfin Tuna, Grouper, Tilefish, and Mahi Mahi are all on your to-catch list.
Aside from the captain, on board you will find a first mate, who will gladly give you a hand with everything you could possibly need. He is a professional and will know exactly what you need to reel in your next personal best, and for his service, 15-20% tip is welcome.
Join Down Time Sportfishing Charters for a fishing trip and you will be treated like family!
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About this listing
Post (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1995, and restored in 2018. Powered by 2 760HP Detroit Diesel engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots.