Reef Fishing Combined with Offshore or Wreck
Our “Combo” trips allow you to combine reef fishing with wreck or offshore fishing in one day! We recommend reading throughout our website and blog and giving us a call to discuss all the different options based on the time of year you plan to fish with us. It is a good idea to express to us what your goals are on your upcoming trip. The success of your fishing trip depends on the conditions of the day you are fishing, as well as your willingness to be flexible.
When you arrive for your fishing trip and meet your Captain for the day, ask them what they think the best type of fishing would be based on the current conditions. You may have booked a Reef trip but the current and wind might suggest Offshore would be a better option. This is not your Captain trying to up-sell you, our only goal is to give you the best trip possible.
Conversely, If you book an offshore trip and your Captain thinks the waves might be too rough or the conditions are not good for finding fish, they might suggest reef fishing instead.
It is important to be flexible, as are we! If you book a reef trip and 2 hours into it you decide you caught enough reef fish, let the Captain know. We can upgrade you to an offshore or wreck trip and you can go look for other fish.
Our crews fish 300+ days a year and have experience reading the conditions of the day and how to fish them with the highest chances of success. We will always offer our professional advice but at the end of the day it is your trip and we are happy to try another method of fishing if that is what you prefer. Just be aware, if you insist on fishing for a specific type of species despite conditions, seasonality, or the Captain’s advice, the Full Day No Fish No Pay Guarantee is null and void.
When you get back to the dock from fishing, you pay for your trip. Upgrading your reef trip to a Combo will trigger the standard offshore rate. We highly recommend that you communicate with your Captain before and during your trip to have a plan based on what is in season, as well as their advice regarding the current fishing conditions.
You may also always call management before, during, or after your trip at (305) 289-0071 if you have any questions or concerns.