Offshore Fishing


Offshore Fishing

from 399.00

There is little that compares to the feeling you get as your line screams out drag after a monster fish has come across your spread, miles offshore, on the warm blue waters of the Atlantic.

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Offshore fishing is the ultimate fishing challenge. Whether you’re catching bull mahi, acrobatic sailfish, or bruiser grouper, an offshore fishing charter always provides the chance to catch the fish of a lifetime.

Your Offshore Fishing Options

All charters can accommodate  up to 6 people. Call us for large groups (407-230-4099)

1) Half Day: 5 hour charter. Both morning and afternoon charters available. Morning trips depart at 7 a.m. Afternoon departure times vary. Input your preferred time (morning or afternoon at checkout). 

2) Full Day: 9 hour charter. Depart at 7 a.m.

3) Shark Trip: 4 hour evening charter. Depart at 6 p.m.

The Fish You Can Catch

Nearly anything and everything can end up on your line on an offshore fishing charter. Frequent catches include king fish, mahi mahi (dolphin), snapper, grouper, cobia, sailfish, wahoo, sharks and much more. Contact Get Local directly at for more information about seasonal fishing.


45 min east of Orlando, Port Canaveral in Cape Canaveral, FL is the gateway to incredible offshore fishing. The reefs and wrecks of Cape Canaveral offer some of the best grouper and snapper fishing in the world and also give anglers a chance to catch giant sport-fish like goliath grouper, cobia and king fish. Trolling in these water is also outstanding, with the possibility of catching mahi mahi, sailfish, wahoo, king fish, and even tuna.

The Fishing Captains

Our captains are all coast guard approved and licensed. They are among the elite when it comes to guiding their clients to offshore sport-fish. With over 20 years of experience, our captains are well seasoned at providing a safe and fun experience on the water.

What's Provided

Rod and reels, tackle, bait, fishing license, ice, large icebox, fish cleaning and excellent service with a great attitude.

What to Bring

We suggest that customers bring fishing clothes, food, drinks, beach towels, hats, sunglasses, sunscreen and plastic bags to put fillets in.

Children are welcome. While children are not required to wear a life jacket on a vessel over 24 ft, you may bring a vest style life jacket if you prefer that your child wear a life jacket the entire time. (We have child size life vest that are USCG approved but they are bulky and uncomfortable.)No experience necessary!
All ages welcome!

Have a large party? Contact us directly (Phone: 407-230-4099, Email: and we will do our best to accommodate your group!**Reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance**