World's Luckiest Fishing Village Charter Boats - Fishing

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Summary

Destin, Florida is known as the "world's luckiest fishing village" because of the unique topography of its continental shelf and canyon just offshore. These charter boats help you capitalize on the abundance of fish via half-day, full-day or overnight excursions.

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Amy Lynch

Distance

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Destination Distance From Downtown

43.3 miles

Difficulty

2 of 5 diamonds

These charters can be tailored to fit your needs, but some prior fishing experience is recommended in order to make the most of the experience.

Time To Complete

0 hours

Seasonality

All Seasons

Dog Friendly

Yes

Some charters are dog-friendly, as are many of the beachfront restaurants near the harbor.

Fees Permits

Yes

Ranges from $165 to $200 per hour for up to six people.

Land Website

Fish Destin

Review

Intro

There’s a very good reason the Emerald Coast is known as the “world’s luckiest fishing village.” The narrowing of the continental shelf just offshore paired with an underwater dip called the DeSoto Canyon make the area one of America’s most coveted fishing spots since it fosters an abundance of sea life in such a contained area. If you want to charter a boat and cast your line, the options are almost endless with Fish Destin, which offers outings from four hours close-in to all-day, deep sea fishing trips, overnight charters and more.


What Makes It Great

Whether it’s red snapper, amberjack, grouper, king mackerel, tuna, cobia, blue marlin or sailfish you’re after, chances are, you’ll catch what you’re looking for if you take advantage of Destin, Florida’s well-earned reputation as the world’s luckiest fishing village. Because of the way the sea floor is shaped close to shore, fishing trips are often fruitful beyond expectation, so it makes perfect sense to charter a boat and spend as much time as you’d like, reeling in the catch of your choice. 

From four, five, and six-hour trips to overnight adventures and from bottom fishing to offshore trolling, there’s something to fit your specifications when you book a fishing trip through Fish Destin. Ranging from $165 to $200 per hour for a boat holding up to six anglers (more people mean extra fees), your time on the water will be well-spent, and even if you’re gone for an entire weekend, the return on your investment will keep you fed for quite a while. Boats run from 25-foot bay fishing boats to 65-foot sport fishing boats meant for deeper waters. Party boats like the 90-foot American Spirit are also available upon request.

Who is Going to Love It

Since this is some heavy-duty fishing territory and you’re chartering a private boat, some fishing experience is recommended if you want to make your trip worthwhile. On the other hand, the region is so fruitful that even the most novice of anglers is likely to catch something. 

Most boats will charge the same rate per person even if you have guests who aren’t casting any lines, but some offer reduced rates,and most won’t charge anything for children under the age of six. So, bring those tiny sportsmen and women along and let them get in touch with their inner Hemingway while they’re young.

Directions, Parking, & Regulations

Since Fish Destin works with a great number of different private boats, your harbor and slip number will depend on your specific charter. Refer to your reservation confirmation to determine where to go, how to get there, when to arrive and what to bring.

Location

World's Luckiest Fishing Village Charter Boats

3794 Indian Trail
Destin, FL, 32541
30.413635, -86.485269

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