Sarasota Florida Deep Sea Fishing Charter
Outriggers is a Sarasota Charter Fishing operation out of beautiful, downtown Sarasota, Florida. All you need to go Charter Fishing in Sarasota is suntan lotion, and some drinks that we will put on ice for your group. Outriggers specializes in half and full day of deep sea Charter Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, off of Sarasota, Florida. The boats name is "Nice One", it is a 35 foot custom Carolina sportfish boat, located in Sarasota.
Our deep sea charter fishing adventures out of Sarasota cater to the novices as well as the experienced. All the necessary licensees and permits are provided as well as bait, and tackle. Charter fishing in Sarasota, Florida offers you year round opportunities to enjoy a truly rewarding adventure on the Gulf of Mexico. Outrigger Sportfishing Charters in Sarasota is an accurate reliable source for all your deep sea saltwater fishing needs.
Some of the fish we commonly catch in Sarasota are as followed:
- Tarpon (In Season, while in Sarasota)
Again we want to stress that we are the only charter fishing operation in Sarasota you will ever need to cater to you every need and desire while enjoying your deep sea charter fishing adventure in Sarasota.
Sarasota Deep Sea Fishing Charter
We are an offshore charter fishing operation out of downtown Sarasota, Florida. We package the boat in various hourly rates and would be glad to customize any trip our customer would desire. Whether you are targeting Trophy Fish for mounting or filling the icebox, your goal becomes ours.
Captain Ryan the last 10 years has split his time between charter fishing and commercial fishing. This experience is absolutely necessary for any serious fisherman. The combination of his commercial background and customer pleasing desire makes any trip aboard outriggers an experience of a lifetime. Year round, Outriggers specializes in stand-up bottom fishing focusing on Grouper, Snapper and Amber Jack. Seasonally, we offer charters focused on night fishing for Trophy Sharks, and numerous day trips for migratory pelagic such as Dolphin, Cobia, King Mackeral, and Black Fin Tuna.
Everything needed to fish offshore is included except for food, beverage, and sunscreen. Sun protection is vitally important; we strongly recommend sunscreen and sun glasses. Motion sickness for some is a bi-product of boating, motion sickness pills for many are a great idea – the prescription patch has seemed to work the best.
Our boat is a custom built Carolina sport fish with the latest Furuno electronics package.
As far as gear and tackle is concerned we have spent years upgrading and researching various techniques to make the fishing experience unforgettable. We allow our customers to bring their own tackle, but recommend them to use ours. Our equipment is specifically developed for the fishing we do!
Offshore Sarasota opens up a world of possibilities for any type of fishing experience. We can custom make a trip for the expert fisherman or design a trip for the inexperienced. Customer satisfaction is the main desire of Outriggers.
Offshore fishing in west central Florida can be broken down in to seasons. During the winter (January-February) when our water temp is at its lowest, Bottom fishing jumps into high gear as the water cools grouper and snapper move close in putting them in our ½ day range! Tripletails are found along the coastline giving a unique opportunity for sight casting with light tackle. These hard fighters offer the angler a high leaping battle and rival the grouper for it’s excellent table fare!
On longer trips you can expect large Amberjack, Tuna and Snapper (Yellowtail, Mangrove and Lane)Sarasota Florida Deep Sea Fishing
As spring arrives the water warms bringing the migration of baitfish (Sardines, cigar minnows glass minnows and Pilchards) With there arrival the pelacids follow (King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel Cobia, Wahoo and Barracuda) giving the angler many more types of fish to target! These fish will remain till late fall! Florida is blessed with a very long season! As summer approaches other offshore fish start to show up. Sailfish, Marlin, and Dolphin to name a few.
While bottom fishing offshore I will usually fish a few free lines and sometimes add a kite to the spread, Fishing the baits at or near the surface offers a wonderful opportunity to catch a variety of different fish and you often see the strike witch adds to the fun! You never know what’s going to hit the kite line, Amberjack, Sailfish, Blackfin, Wahoo or Kingfish!! All of witch is a blast to catch on light tackle!