Home to rich inshore waters and just a stone’s throw from the Gulf Stream, the Canaveral area is home to more than just spaceware. Hop aboard Sea K 2 Fishing Charters and go after Sharks, pelagics, and a range of other monster fish that call these waters home. Test your skills and strength and head home with a prized catch to your name.
Who better to show you these waters than a native? Captain William “Billy” Fazio has been fishing these waters his whole life. After becoming a first mate in high school, he got his first captain’s license at the age of 18, and his passion has never waned. He can’t wait to show you his home waters and help you land the catch of a lifetime.
Aboard the 35’ JC downeast, you’ll have everything you need for a productive day. Up to 6 guests are welcome aboard to take advantage of the spacious deck, air-conditioned cabin, and the latest fishing equipment. She comes fitted with a private toilet, so feel free to bring your own drinks and snacks, and don’t worry about stocking up!
On offshore trips, you’ll make use of the downriggers and outriggers to troll, while you’ll also get the chance to bottom fish too. Capt. Billy will do everything he can to catch live bait before the trip, so that you can maximize your chances of luring that prized fish to the end of your line.
Battle it out with a range of dangerous Sharks, along with huge, tough-fighting pelagics such as Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Cobia, and more. These sought-after fish are a test for any angler, so get ready for a pulse-racing experience as you use all your skills and strength to reel one of these aboard.
At the end of your trip, Capt. Billy will clean and fillet your edible catch for you to take home for a delicious treat, so get ready for a productive day. All he asks of you is that you arrive 15 minutes prior to departure so that you waste no time on the water! The Atlantic’s rich waters await aboard Sea K 2 Fishing Charters.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
JC (Downeast) originally built in 1995, and restored in 2015. Powered by a 435HP Caterpillar engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 16 knots.