Get ready for an awesome offshore adventure with Soulwater Charters. Climb aboard for anywhere from 4 to 24 hours, heading out up to 100 miles to fish for the best deep sea species the ocean has to offer.
Captain Matthew operates a variety of vessels in the area, each built and rigged to get the most out of certain waters. The flagship of the Soulwater fleet is the “F/V Miller-Time”, a 33’ Freeman catamaran which can carry 6 anglers at speed of 45 knots way out into the deep blue seas offshore.
The vessel is equipped with the latest electronics and navigational equipment to get you locked in on your target, and tournament-grade tackle for once you find it. She has outriggers to help troll for billfish, a livewell full of fresh bait to tempt them in and even tuna tubes for if you are serious about catching the biggest fish out there.
What you target varies hugely with the trip you choose. On half days, you can expect to head out around 20 miles and troll for King Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, and even Wahoo and Sailfish. Head out longer, and you will also be able to bottom fish for huge Grouper, Snapper, Amberjack and more.
After that, things really start heating up, with monster Tuna, Blue Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, and Mahi Mahi near the surface, as well as Tilefish, Grouper, Swordfish, and many more weird and delicious species lurking below.
If you are located within a 10-mile distance from the marina, Capt. Matthew can pick you up from the dock for no extra charge. However, further distances are charged extra.
No matter what trip you choose, you are guaranteed to have an awesome time, with a seasoned, local captain, a great boat, and top-of-the-line tackle. Fishing really doesn’t get better than this!
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About this listing
Freeman (Catamaran) originally built in 2007, and restored in 2016. Powered by 2 300HP Suzuki engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 45 knots.
Types of Fishing
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