Come and see for yourself the “luckiest fishing village in the world!” With over 30 years of experience fishing Destin and the Gulf of Mexico, Alligator Enterprises knows exactly what makes a successful fishing trip.
Captain Johnney Giesbrecht is passionate about passing on his lifetime of fishing knowledge and skills, and invites the whole family aboard to learn from the best. He promises to get you to the hottest fishing spots from the shallow inshore to the offshore depths.
Aboard the 38’ Silverton saltwater fishing vessel, you’ll have everything you need for the range of waters you’ll be fishing. The air-conditioned cabin will keep you comfortable on long trips – fitted with a toilet for your convenience. Up to 6 guests are welcome aboard to take advantage of the trip of a lifetime!
Fitted with downriggers and outriggers, she’s a serious sportfishing boat. Capt. Johnney will prepare live bait before you come aboard, and you’ll have the pick of Penn and custom-made rods and reels at your disposal. Bring your own spearfishing equipment along if you want to get up close and personal to the fish, and the captain and his first mate will give you all the help you need.
Wherever you go, you’re in for a thrilling fishing experience. In the nearshore shallows, you’ll get to target delicious Flounder, Triggerfish, Jacks, and more. Head to the nearshore wrecks and do battle with exciting Snappers and Groupers, who will also provide for a tasty treat at the end of the day. Or head offshore for the holy grail of Destin fishing and target Mahi Mahi!
Come aboard and discover the wealth of fishing grounds in the Gulf with Alligator Enterprises. Everything you need is taken care of, so just bring some drinks and snacks aboard and get ready for a memorable day out on the water.
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Silverton (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1986, and restored in 2017. Powered by 2 135HP Detroit engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 10 knots.
Types of Fishing
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