Reel Dusky Fishing Charters runs a selection of offshore charters out of Lighthouse Point, FL. Located a short drive north of Miami/Fort Lauderdale on Florida’s Atlantic coast, you will be fishing in some of the richest and most famous waters in the U.S., with a huge variety of species migrating between the gulf and the ocean every year.
The vessel you will be fishing aboard, the “Reel Dusky”, is a 28 ft Dusky center console with ample space aboard for four anglers. Powered by twin 200HP Evinrude Etecs, she has a maximum speed of 52 knots, meaning you’ll be out in the deep waters in no time. She comes equipped with GPS, fishfinder, outriggers, and a livewell for the freshest bait. The vessel also boasts and skilled first mate who will do everything he can to make sure you get the best fishing experience possible.
Reel Dusky Fishing Charters specializes in daytime swordfishing and sailfishing, and nighttime Snapper fishing. Captain Mike Busse and his skilled first mate will also be happy to guide to you a variety of amazing species, from Mahi (Dolphin) and Blackfin Tuna to Kingfish, Grouper, Tilefish and more! Captain Mike is seriously committed to putting you on the fish, and provides high quality tackle for a variety of fishing techniques including trolling, spinning, jigging, kite fishing and deep dropping to make sure you don’t just land the fish of your dreams, you land it your way!
Reel Dusky Fishing Charters offers live bait, licenses, and a cleaning and filleting service for anything you want to take away at the end of the day.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Dusky (Center console) originally built in 2006. Powered by 2 200HP Suzuki engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 52 knots.
Types of Fishing
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Summer fishing has been hot and cold. Most of our charters have either been fishing for mahi or swordfish. The mahi fishing has been good one day and not so good the next. For whatever reason the mahi bite… Read Full Report →