Reel Deal Charters is a top of the line fishing experience. Our goal is for every customer to leave with a smile and a lasting memory to share. We use the highest quality equipment and gear on our charters, and our 31 ft Contender open fisherman, powered by twin Yamaha 250hp 4 stroke engines, will get you to the fishing grounds quickly and comfortably. The boat is furnished with the full range of navigational systems, with Furuno GPS, Fishfinder, Radar and Sonar, as well as snorkeling equipment and spearfishing gear if you want to broaden your fishing experience.
We specialize in utilizing light tackle for pelagic species such as Dolphin, Sailfish, Tuna, Kingfish, Wahoo, and Swordfish. We also offer bottom fishing and kite fishing, and we welcome all types of anglers from the most seasoned to the complete beginner.
Our trips are all inclusive so the only things you will need to bring are your own food/beverages and sunscreen. Specialty trips are always welcomed, whether you want to dive for lobster or make a run to explore what the keys have to offer. We also do a number of weekend trips to some of the most beautiful and plentiful islands in the Bahamas. We are available for single day or multi day trips. Check for availability and pricing.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Contender (Center console) originally built in 2004. Powered by 2 300HP Twin Yamaha 300hp 4 stroke engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 53 knots.
Types of Fishing
When paying the remaining balance with a credit card, there is a 2% fee.
Key Largo Fishing Calendar
We took a full day charter Offshore in search for swordfish. It didn’t Take long To get tight on a sword! This one is around 250lbs. Tons of fillets!! Book your trip. Read Full Report →
I had the pleasure of taking a group of guys out from a fishing club in England. They booked a full day of dolphin fishing offshore. We started the day off with some nice size schoolie dolphin 4-5 lbs… Read Full Report →