Home to the only living reef in the US and just a stone’s throw from the ocean’s deepest spots, the Florida Keys offer unrivaled fisheries. Experience it all with Outta Line Charters. Based out of Tavernier, you’ll be on the reef within minutes, while heading up to 30 miles offshore won’t take you long either.
Captain Brandon has been fishing since 1991, starting Outta Line Charters in 2015. He knows all the sweet spots and promises you’ll get the best out of these incredible waters. Whether you’re an experienced angler, a first-timer, or want to bring the kids along, there’s a trip for you.
A first-class service awaits you aboard the 32’ SeaVee center console. A spacious vessel, she has plenty of seating for up to 6 guests, as well as offering a full head toilet for your convenience. You’ll have all you need for a productive day on board. Just bring your own snacks and drinks and keep them fresh in the captain’s cooler.
The nearshore reefs and wrecks are prime hunting grounds for a range of beautiful and delicious fish. Live bait will be prepared before the trip, so you’ll start fishing right away, targeting Snappers, Groupers, Kingfish, Amberjack, and many more. After an intense workout, you’ll get the chance to cool off in the water and put on the snorkeling gear to see how these captivating creatures live.
If you head offshore, you’ll be going after seriously huge fish. Troll the water tops to catch the bite of anything from stunning Sailfish to delicious Mahi Mahi and Tuna. You’ll also have the chance to deep drop for Tilefish and other bottom-dwellers. All in all, you’ll have the chance of an enviable catch, along with a delicious meal to take back to shore.
Capt. Brandon will clean and prepare your catch at the end of the day, so you’re all set to enjoy your well-earned meal at home. Take advantage of the Keys’ incredible fishing opportunities in style with Outta Line Charters.
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Catch cleaning & filleting
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SeaVee (Center console) originally built in 2019. Powered by 2 300HP Yamaha V6 engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.