What better way to explore the hottest fishing grounds of Florida’s Panhandle than by hitting the water alongside a true pro? Hop aboard Sport Fishing With Captain Extreme charters, and you’ll be casting off under the guidance of Captain Eddie Brochin. You may recognize him from the TV series “Ultimate Outdoors,” so if you’re looking to add some star power to your trip, he’s the man for you!
Capt. Eddie will take you adventuring through the tropical waters of the Emerald Coast as you search out the biggest and baddest fish in the Gulf. Your captain describes himself as “the ultimate outdoorsman”, and he’ll happily show you the top tricks of the trade on this one-of-a-kind angling expedition. Your previous experience isn’t a barrier to fishing with him, either – he welcomes anglers of all skill levels to join him.
You’ll be fishing from Capt. Eddie’s 24’ Bayliner cuddy cabin vessel, capable of accommodating up to 6 guests. You’ll be traveling in plenty of comfort and safety – she’s decked out with a toilet, sleeping area, multimedia system, and top-quality navigational equipment. She’s built to tackle a variety of fishing grounds, too. There are outriggers for fishing open waters, as well as a wireless trolling motor to help you cruise the flats.
Depending on where you want to fish, your target species will vary. Capt. Eddie is happy to help his guests explore Fort Walton’s Beach’s inshore and offshore waters, and will even take you to both in the same trip. Stay inshore, and you’ll be targeting Snapper, Mackerel, Redfish, and Lemon and Mako Sharks, among others. Offshore enthusiasts will travel between 5–20 miles to battle it out with Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, and Tuna species.
Your captain will make sure you’re decked out with top-quality rods and reels, bait, lures, tackle, and a valid fishing license. Snacks and drinks are also included. Cast off with Sport Fishing With Captain Extreme for an angling adventure that offers up plenty of star power!
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Bayliner Trophy (Cuddy cabin) originally built in 2002. Powered by a 225HP Mercury Optimax engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 38 knots.