Oilfield Outkasts has a team of professional and knowledgeable Captains and are proud owners of a fleet of great fishing vessels that take their anglers to the hottest places both close to the shore and farther out.
Join the crew aboard the “No Mercy”, a 27’ ProKat that is just ideal for tackling the offshore waters. The boat is very spacious and comfortable with more room to fish and relax than most center consoles, because there is walking space and seating in the front of the boat, not only the back.
The vessel comes powered by twin brand-new 150 HP Suzuki engines to get you to the fishing spots fast. Its catamaran hulls make the boat seaworthy, and the top-notch navigational electronics save your time while searching for fish. The professional accessories include outriggers to help you bring in the big ones. With a t-top for shade and a multimedia system for relaxing in between bites, the boat will provide an enjoyable day on the water.
Oilfield Outkasts work hard to make sure every trip is an unforgettable one. If you have a specific fish species you want to target, just let your Captain know. Test yourself and find out how tough you are!
Cruise out of Bridge Bait and fish into federal waters. Catch your limits of Red Snapper or Amberjack (only during season), or target King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Cobia, Mahi-Mahi, Grouper, Wahoo, and even Shark. Or head to the shrimp boats for some Blackfin Tuna action (also during season).
All trips come with quality rods, reels, bait, lures, and tackle. Once caught, your fish will be cleaned, and the crew will send it home ready to jump onto the grill or into the frying pan.
Just like all of our charters, there is never a fuel surcharge.
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About this listing
ProSport (Catamaran) originally built in 2004, and restored in 2017. Powered by 2 150HP Suzuki engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since May 2016