Orlando Offshore fishing has some of the best catches just east on the coast. From Orlando, the Atlantic can offer offshore and inshore fishing- you can troll for Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Tuna, Dolphin, King Fish and more.
Or you can bottom fish for Grouper, Snapper and Amberjack. We make sure that our Deep Sea/Offshore captains and crew are experienced and know their waters! We don’t waste time and money on other dead waters we can provide you with the best Orlando deep-sea/offshore fishing experience you can have.
Wether its trolling for offshore Pelagic fish like Wahoo to bottom fishing for grouper and snapper, our captains promise to make your Deep Sea/Offshore trip the best it can possibly be.
We can set you up with a Deep Sea Charter bottom and wreck fishing for Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, Shark and Amberjack! Let’s plan your Deep Sea/Offshore adventure on board the best boats in Orlando! We not only welcome first time and novice anglers, but encourage you to come out fishing with us…let’s go fishing!
We offer a variety of offshore deep sea guided fishing trips off the coast of Daytona Beach. Each trip offers its own variety of some hard fighting fish, that are prized not only for their ability to put up a great fight, but also for their food value.
First we offer a near shore guided fishing trip just off the beaches of Daytona. Geared towards the more adventurous fisherman in search of larger game fish, this trip is a bit less laid-back than our inshore trip, and the size of fish being targeted is much larger. You’ll spend the day cruising just a few miles off the shoreline in search of hard fighting cobia, kingfish, and tarpon, with the occasional shark and a variety of other species also being a possibility. The thrill of the hunt, and the challenge of taking on some incredibly hard-fighting game fish make this a very affordable trip for those looking for some big fish action.
For those looking for a big time fishing adventure on the high seas, Our Orlando Fishing Charters offer offshore guided fishing trips in the deep waters of the Atlantic. You’ll fish 15 or more miles off the coast of Daytona Beach, in search of some of the most prized game fish the ocean has to offer. You’ll spend the day trolling in pursuit of dolphin (mahi-mahi), wahoo, and tuna. If you would prefer, you can fish deep wrecks, or drift drop-offs and deep ledges in search of grouper, cobia, snapper, and a variety of other species.
Our type of sportfish boats are the quintessential fishing machines. They are designed for speed and seaworthiness in a variety of conditions. The traditional sportfish design consists of a long bow, followed by the cabin, and behind it a large fishing area. Over the cabin is the “flybridge” where the captain steers from. Some sportfish have a tower above the flybridge, which is useful for spotting certain types of fish.
Captain Roland has been passionate for the outdoors since early childhood. Growing up on Merritt Island, Florida,Captain Roland was home-schooled through high school. The great part of the home-schooling experience was the time it afforded me to fish – almost on a daily basis- which was perfect! His house was on the Indian River. As he grew older, he upgraded his small john boats for flats boats; and increased the range of his fishing territory. Fueled by his love of fishing; and desire to learn and study the patterns of salt water game fish.
Captain Roland is truly a great fisherman, his love for the sport shines brightly into the efforts he puts into his guided trips. If you want a knowledgeable guide, who will put you on the fish- Captain Roland is your man!
Central Florida has been my home for over 28 years. Brad graduated in Daytona Beach and then off to Seminole College for 2 years. He has been fishing Florida waters for over 25 years, saltwater, inshore, offshore and freshwater for the variety of game fish there’s no better place to be. He started taking my son fishing, little did I know that would change his whole life and outlook, seeing him catch fish and the excitement he experienced led me to wanting to make other people feel that same pleasure of catching big game fish, it’s a really good feeling sharing the knowledge he has and teaching people how to catch fish.
Brad enjoyed the experience so much that he became a licensed Charter boat Captain “USCG Merchant Marine” to share with others his techniques and skills for catching trophy fish. My fishing photos speak for themselves, all my knowledge is compiled on years of calendars, making my best days on the water. Noting the tides, water clarity and temps as well as moon phases and barometric pressure. Let my expertise be put to work for your next fishing adventure.
Speckled trout are a river, backwater and flats favorite. They are good eating and are fun to catch on live shrimp under a popper cork. Speckled trout hit surface lures in the mornings, and buck tails jigs really anytime of the day! Drift fishing across a grass flat- watch out!
The barracuda is one of the most under appreciated game fish in Florida. They are big (up to 5 feet and 65 pounds), with their explosive strikes is a thrill one won’t forget. They run and they jump and dive- you’re in for a treat with one of these on the line! They can be found just about anywhere in Florida’s saltwater- plentiful in water depths of 3 to 5 feet. They can be caught on a fly or a tube lure on a spinning rig.
There are many varieties of grouper in Florida- and most are tasty and delicious! Grouper are a bottom species that like live bait offerings and can put up a tremendous fight. In hooking and catching grouper it is primarily important in the first moments of battle to get the fish out of the vicinity of his home- be it a Wreck, Reef or other structure, if you do not- they will cut you off for sure! Certain species of grouper, the Goliath or Jew fish (these species must be caught and released), can grow to over six hundred pounds!
Snapper are one of Florida’s most sought after and tasty bottom species. There are a number of snapper varieties and all are good to eat. It takes special tackle and technique to catch these wary fish- they are very sensitive to terminal tackle and presentation of bait. Fluorocarbon leaders are important part of your presentation. Snapper like shrimp, crab and other small crustaceans. Snapper like bottom cover like reefs, wrecks and other structure and can be found in all Florida saltwater bodies.
Tarpon are one of the most exciting and sought after game fish to be found anywhere! The Tarpon is one of the most remarkable sport fish in the world, when hooked they perform acrobatic jumps which defy belief. Spin or fly casting with lures or live bait (crabs or shrimp) and big flies are effective ways to catch Tarpon. Tarpon are generally cooperative eaters, but their bony jaws make it hard to maintain a hook up, the result is that many fish throw the hook after a few jumps. Tarpon are not good to eat, but they are sure fun to catch!
Dolphin, Mahi Mahi, Dorado. Whatever the name, the dolphin is a mainstay of offshore game species. They have a tremendous growth rate and make excellent table fare. Dolphin are primarily fished by the trolling method with artificial baits. Dolphin like pink and red and blue and white trolling skirts over fresh ballyhoo. Dolphin are a pelagic striking fish, meaning- if you get into a school you may be able to make your days catch in one sitting!
The Marlin is perhaps the best known of the offshore fighting billfish next to the sailfish, the difference is you can catch marlin over several hundreds of pounds- the largest are over a thousand pounds. There are several species of marlin, the black, the white, the blue and the stripped. These are heavy duty warriors that take special gear and large artificial or natural baits. A Marlin catch is a lifetime accomplishment and to be envied by every angler. Marlin are found in nearly every ocean worldwide. Marlin fishing is strictly a catch and release proposition!
Cobia are a very tasty fish! They are migratory and can be found swimming near and around the friendly giant Manta Ray. Cobia will respond to lures thrown tipped with ballyhoo and are primarily sight fished from the tower of an ocean going boat. Cobia can become very large and can really put up a bulldog fight!
The Sailfish is a species beloved by the fisherman and Captain alike. These fish are acrobatic and present themselves at trolled bait with bill noodling in the air behind the bait, then striking with a slash and run! This is strictly a catch and release fishery. Sails are caught by kite, light spinning tackle, on fly and stand up rod and real. Truly a great game fish and most anglers’ first time bill fish. They will eat any trolled ballyhoo with or without a skirt.
The don’t call it a Wahoo for nothing! When this top predator takes your bait, you will know it! The first run is a reel screamer! Wahoo are delicious on the plate and amazing underwater athletes, they seldom jump like other species but they can burn the line off of a reel and put the fear of God in any angler! Wahoo like dark lures trolled at high speed- eight to twelve knots. They are a toothy fish, so care needs to taken when brought on board. Wahoo can weigh up to one hundred pounds!
The kingfish is the poor man’s Wahoo; they have saved the day on many a charter. Kingfish are an aggressive pelagic species and love trolled bait or a pinfish drifted along the beach rigged with a circle hook and a trailing stinger treble. These fish can weight up to 70 pounds, and usually run in schools of twenty to thirty pound fish. Streaked, seasoned with Italian dressing and then grilled these fish can be tasty fare.
Night time sword fishing has become one of the most popular offshore fishing adventures South Florida has to offer. These are mysterious looking bill fish that live in the deep waters of both the Atlantic and Gulf waters. They can grow to enormous size! Swords love squid and are fished with a luminescence chemical light attached near the bait and at great water depths.