Two Conchs Charters operates out of Marathon, FL, running awesome fishing trips across their fleet of modern vessels. Spend the day fishing the reefs and wrecks for tasty table favorites like Grouper, Snapper, and Cobia, or head out to the blue waters in search of Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, and even Swordfish.
The vessel you will be fishing aboard is a 34’ Yellowfin center console. Built in 2008, this cutting-edge sportfishing machine skims through the water at a staggering 50 knots thanks to her twin 350HP Mercury outboards. She will get you to the best waters in no time and is loaded with the latest and greatest in fishing tech for once you get there.
The vessel is equipped with GPS, fishfinder, and radar to scan the depths in search of the best spots. Once in place, a livewell full of fresh live bait will make sure no fish can resist your hooks while her tournament-grade tackle will give you the best chance of pulling it in, no matter how big it is.
The waters around Marathon are home to a huge array of different species. You could spend your day fishing inshore for Goliath Grouper, dropping lines into the abyss for Swordfish, or anything in between. You would need a massive variety of equipment to properly target all these different habitats.
Luckily, that is exactly what you get with Two Conchs Charters. A choice of light and heavy tackle is combined with the option to troll, jig, kite fish, bottom fish, fly fish, and even spearfish. Add in a choice of live bait and lifelike lures and you will always be fishing your way.
All trips come with tackle, bait, lures, and licenses, as well as cleaning and filleting of all your catch. Fuel is not included, however. You can expect to burn between 30 and 60 gallons for reef/wreck trips, and twice that for offshore adventures like Swordfishing trips. Fuel usually costs around $3.50-$4.00 at the pump, so you should factor this in ahead of your trip.
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Yellowfin (Center console) originally built in 2008. Powered by 2 350HP Mercury engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 50 knots.