Destin is home to the largest fleet of charter boats found in one port in North America. Choose a variety of trips out of Destin Harbor and soon you will be at the Gulf of Mexico’s 100 Fathom Curve, found closer here than anywhere else in Florida. Destin is also only a little over a 20 mile voyage to reach the edge of the continental shelf, commonly known as “The Edge.” Here you will find huge Grouper, Red Snapper, and Amberjack, as well as varieties such as: Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, and even Billfish.
This is guaranteed to be a trip you will soon never forget.
When is the best time to Deep Sea Fish in Destin?
The best time is very early in the morning. Fish and the insects they like to eat, avoid the light. You’ll see more insects on the water’s surface at these times and the hungry fish will be more aggressive.
What kind of fish can we catch off-shore?
Starting at 9 miles off shore, and quickly reaching depths of 100 to 300 ft., you will be fishing for a wide variety of fish including: Amberjacks, Grouper, Snapper, Scamp, King Mackerel, Triggerfish, Bonito, Shark and possibly Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi, Sailfish, Marlin, and Tuna.