Double Ace Charters is a family-friendly company that offers fishing trips on the waters of Biloxi, Mississippi. Captain Austin is a seasoned veteran who knows the area like the back of his hand. Double Ace Charters can take you to the hottest spots where the fish are biting. Whether you are looking for a fun day out with your family or a heavy tackle workout – Double Ace Charters will accommodate all your needs.
Step aboard a 28’ Topaz boat, which comes powered by twin 150 HP John Deere engines for a dry ride and has a maximum cruising speed of 28 knots. Originally built in 1979, the vessel was uphauled in 2001 and is equipped with outriggers, a live bait tank, and navigational electronics, which include a GPS, a VHF radio, and a fish finder. What is more, there is a flybridge to aid the search for the fish, as well as a toilet, a bed, an ice-box, and an anchoring system. The boat can comfortably accommodate up to six anglers.
On a day out on the water with Double Ace Charters, you’ll be fishing the Gulf of Mexico with Captain Austin and the crew. Depending on how much time you intend to spend on the water, which species you would like to target, and where would you like to fish, you can choose from a variety of packages. The trips are from four to eight hours where you’ll fish the wrecks, reef, inshore, or offshore waters
The crew are familiar with the best methods to catch the local fish, such as trolling, drift fishing, handline, bottom fishing, and light and heavy tackle. Among your targeted species will be Red Snapper, Redfish, King Mackerel, Jack Crevalle, Cobia, Sharks, Spanish Mackerel, Flounder, Pompano, Black Drum… and the list just keeps going!
Your trip with Double Ace Charters will include rods, reels, tackle, and lures, as well as your fishing licenses. For an additional cost, your catch can be cleaned and filleted for you to take home with you after the trip and fill the freezer.
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Topaz (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1979, and restored in 2001. Powered by 2 150HP John Deere engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 28 knots.