The time to book a fishing charter is now, before the season fills up, but it’s tough to choose between a full-day or half-day charter. Both are great opportunities to enjoy and learn more about fishing, and it’s fun no matter the length of time you spend on the water. However, there are some key differences to know about before you make your choice.
Advantages Of A Full Day Charter
Full-Day adventures really give you an optimal chance to make a catch. With a whole 9 hours stretching before you, there is plenty of time to try and try again. It’s a luxury to float in the water and drift, letting your line percolate and tempt the fish to bite. With a whole-day private charter, you can fully explore one area, exhausting all the possibilities for a catch. You may strike it lucky with multiple catches, so make sure you bring along an ice cooler to store your prizes aboard the charter.
Another consideration that makes a full-day charter worthwhile is the ability to try for more than one type of fish. You might spend the morning near shore fishing for amberjack, and then in the afternoon, you might but move further out for some deep-sea fishing for mackeral.
Good Reasons For A Half-Day Charter
When taking a vacation, it’s hard to do everything you planned. With a half-day charter, you have an opportunity to enjoy your fishing adventure and balance the time with another event. At about 5 hours long, a half-day private fishing charter will bring you onto the water, provide a complete fishing experience in Florida, and allow for time to catch plenty of fish if they’re biting.
Whether it’s a half-day or full-day charter, there are many ways to plan your private Florida fishing charter. Both will give you the chance to catch any of the varieties of fish available by the shore or further out. Simply call 321-626-0902 to book either type of fishing charter today, or make a charter request online anytime!