Stuart Fl. Yellowfin Tuna Charters:

One of the strongest, most beautiful, and downright tastiest fish in south Florida’s waters, the yellowfin tuna is considered a prized catch anywhere in the world. With explosive strikes, blistering runs, and back breaking strength. Yellowfin tuna offer up firm pinkish, opaque meat that tastes so good I’m salivating as I write this. From sashimi to jerky, seared to grilled, not only is it one of the best eating, but also one of the most exciting fish to target South Florida.


On our Florida tuna charters yellow fin tuna average 60 to 80 pounds, with the occasional encounter with the 100 to 150 pound fish. Fl. record is 240 lbs. and although we haven’t caught one in the 200 lb class yet, we have seen them. Primarily targeting these fish on the other side of the Gulf Stream where cooler, nutrient rich, bait concentrated eddies butt up against the northern bound current. Purple water, weed lines, bait, and birds, outline the target rich areas.

Using our 12 KW Furuno Radar, we mark packs of birds feeding on bait as the tuna push it to the surface. From as far as 6 miles away we can pin point the action and run and gun from pack to pack. Often as you approach the birds you can see the splashes of huge yellowfin tuna busting baits and leaping clear out of the water long before you can make out the swarms of birds circling overhead. Witnessing scenes right out of Nation Geographic, these trips provide some of the most amazing days on the water.

Other fish we catch during our Fl. tuna charters are dolphin, wahoo, blackfin tuna, marlin, sailfish and barracuda. Trolling, live baiting, and jigging are some of the best ways to target these brutes, and trust me, these fish are no joke. Before the trip, get plenty of rest and eat your Wheaties!


Stuart Florida Fishing Charters For Kingfish:

Lightning fast speeds, skyrocketing attacks with pin point accuracy, and razor sharp teeth are the basic characteristics of king mackerel. A dense, grayish, oily meet perfect to cut into steaks, loins, or cubes, kingfish gets rave reviews when prepared on the grill, fried, or smoked and used for fish dip. Kingfish school in large numbers and hang around bait schools, primarily near reefs, wrecks, and along beaches. With the right conditions, Stuart Fl. kingfish charters can offer lock and load action that will keep everyone one on their toes.

 stuart Fl. live bait chartersking skyrocketing stuart fl. fishing charters

Averaging between 6 and 15 pounds, with 30 to 40 pound fish common, and boasting a Fl. state record of 90 lbs. Kingfish have earned their place as a highly sought after tournament fish. They can be found in all depths of water but are most commonly targeted along beaches shallow water reefs and ledges from 30 feet to 130 feet. Trolling subsurface baits or spoons off our Cannon TS10 down riggers or behind planners is an effective way to catch them, but live baiting and chumming while using the ultra lights can provide "four and five pole bendos" of quality drag screaming light tackle action.

 sailfish and kingfish charter with the sebile team

While targeting kingfish during our Stuart Florida charters you are likely to encounter many other game fish. Everything likes the bait schools that the kings hang around and it's not uncommon to catch sailfish, cobia, bonita, dolphin, barracuda, and other bonus species while we target these awesome light tackle testers.


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Stuart Fl. Fishing Charters offer the chance to catch:

Sailfish | Dolphin  | Wahoo | Kingfish | Tuna | Marlin | Swordfish | Amberjack | Cobia | Permit | Tarpon | Snook | Grouper | Snapper

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