It’s hard to experience the full offer of Florida’s bountiful fishery – there’s just so much to fish for! Luckily, Renegade Charters aims to have you experience as much as possible as quickly as possible, while providing you with a premier service.
Captain Scott Luke invites you to join him on board his 40’ Morgan pilothouse. Bring 5 of your fishing buddies with you, there’s plenty of room for everyone on board. She was first launched in 1981 and fully rejuvenated in 2017 – a time-tested hull combined with all the modern amenities you could ask for. She’ll navigate shallow bay waters as well as she cruises the blue waters of the Gulf.
There’s something for every breed of angler with Renegade Charters. If you’re trying to challenge yourself with the toughest fight you can find you can target Amberjack or Cobia. Maybe you want to take care of dinner for the next couple of days? Red Snapper, Triggerfish, and Black Seabass can be hooked up. You can fish for Mahi Mahi, various Groupers, Mackerel, and many other species as well.
Capt. Scott will provide you with all the necessary tackle for this fishing excursion but feel free to bring your lucky rod if you want to. A first mate is present on board, to assist you in having the best time possible. He works for tips so gratuity is greatly appreciated.
You’ll head out up to 30 miles offshore on the 8-hour trip. You will mostly bottom fish and troll using light tackle – if you want to do a specific technique talk to the captain so he can recommend a species or locale.
The captain also offers trips on smaller craft – click on his profile below to explore an alternate offer.
Whether you’re a first-timer in Florida or you fish every single year, a trip with Renegade Charters is the way to go! Book today and cast off on an angling adventure you’ll retell for years to come.
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Morgan (Pilothouse) originally built in 1981, and restored in 2017. Powered by a 430HP Cummins engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 16 knots.