1) Fun Factor- Very high for average fisherman
2) Amount of fish caught – both times I went, we caught over 15 fish each. We ended up with 7 pounds of filets.
3) Catching the fish – You need to “Hook” them and in some spots you will have bites as soon as you enter the water.
4) Types of fish – we caught mostly smaller snappers, white fish and groupers. The grouper need to be over 20 inches to take home. Others caught a range of fish.
5) Crew – I think all the reviews mention the crew as being absolutely super. They fileted all my fish for tips.
6) Crowding – Could definitely be a problem. We did have tangled lines a few times. The crew was there to untangle very quickly.
7) Cruise and fishing times- Boat leaves at exactly 9:30am, arrives at fishing grounds at 11:30am, moved 3 times, left fishing grounds at 2:00pm and arrived at dock at 4:00pm
8) Food – there is a nice little galley with a friendly cook to grab breakfast (under 5) and lunch and snacks. You can bring your own food and we brought lots because you get hungry.
9) Booze – Some patrons brought their own beer but I saw no rowdiness.
10) Kids – I would NOT recommend for young kids (Under 10) or you will be helping them fish and not able to fish yourself. Don’t waste your time and money fishing with 6 years olds!
11) Accessibility – there were no wheelchairs on board the cruise that I did but they may be able to accommodate them. (Ask) My son uses a walker and that was NO PROBLEM at all. The crew was great!
12) Things to bring- Seasick med, sun screen, food and drink.
13) IMPORTANT – Get there an hour early and choose your spot. Sun side or shade side, also grab a table in the galley to sit in on the way out or back.
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