Reward Won is one of the Reward Fleet’s party boats, which offers exclusive trips out of Miami, Florida. This fishing machine is docked at Bayside Marketplace in Downtown Miami. If you are a serious fisherman, who is looking for a challenge of landing the big one – you have found the right boat.
Enjoy your fishing trip aboard the “Reward Won”, a 56-foot party boat, which comes powered by twin 250 HP Detroit Diesel engines. This vessel provides comfortable fishing space for up to twenty anglers and has a maximum cruising speed of 12 knots. Its navigational electronics include all Garmin GPS and chart plotter, as well as Furuno depth sounder. The boat is wheelchair accessible and comes equipped with an anchoring system to make sure you stay rooted to the fishing grounds. A drink cooler is fitted on board, as well as a fish box to make sure your catch stays fresh during the day, two live well systems, a toilet, and trolling and kite fishing capabilities with two electric kite reels.
Reward Won is an ideal party boat for long-range and extended fishing trips. Whether it’s kite fishing for Sailfish, drift fishing for Snapper, Tuna, Bonito, and Grouper, anchoring in water as deep as 240 feet to catch Yellowtails on the shallow reefs or butting heads with Barracuda, Amberjack, Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel, Skipjack Tuna, Little Tunny, Spanish Mackerel, and many more – Reward Won is prepared for the current bite.
A trip with Reward Fleet aboard the beautiful “Reward Won” includes all the equipment you need to make a successful catch possible. You will be provided with rods, reels, and tackle, as well as the licenses. If you decide to keep the catch, it will be cleaned and filleted for you at the end of your fishing adventure, so you could take it home with you and taste for dinner later.
The Reward fleet contacts live bait fishermen to provide it for them every week, so all private charters come inclusive with live bait.
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Catch cleaning & filleting
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Fiberglass (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1983. Powered by 2 250HP Detroit Diesel engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 12 knots.