It’s easy to be intimidated by new experiences, but that causes many great opportunities to pass you by! When you try something for the first time, it’s best to know more about the activity before you go. A little knowledge ahead of time will boost your confidence and make you feel more comfortable when you get there.
If you’ve never been on a private fishing charter, this is an experience of a lifetime that you shouldn’t pass by! Don’t be afraid to learn as you go. Fishing charters have an experienced crew to guide your first-time fishing, and the captain is always available for questions.
Here are some topics to discuss when you book your private fishing charter:
- Locations of Fish. Fishing on a private Florida charter will either take place close to shore or further out in the deep sea. Your trip location will depend on the type of catch that you want. Some of the bottom feeders can be found near the shoreline, while others that are more predacious species will be found only in deep water.
- Size of the Catch. While every fish varies in size, there are some averages that most fishers will accept as typical for each species. When you call to book your charter, ask about the types of fish you can catch. It’s a good question because you may be more comfortable catching a smaller fish than a predator.
- Habits of the Species. Before you book your trip, it’s good to know about the migration patterns of the fish, their typical hunting zones, or behaviors when they take the lure. Some fish will only appear when the water temperatures reach a certain temperature, and others will appear any time their prey arrives. Some fish will fight the line by tugging, but others will pull the line and move quickly.
It’s easier to venture into unknown territory when you have someone to go with you. Let Ambush Fishing help ease you into a private fishing charter and experience something new. It’s worth it! Simply call to discuss any questions that you may have about taking a private fishing charter, and you will find yourself ready in no time to try a Florida fishing charter. To book a fishing charter today, call 321-626-0902 or make a charter request online today!