Three tips for Florida sea fishing

Obviously, you’ll need to bring your own personal things like the right kind of clothing, sunscreen, a pair of sunglasses, and sometimes your own food. One item you’ll also need to remember to bring is a cooler for your catch of fish. Ask the captain of your chartered fishing tripĀ  what you will need to bring and make sure of what he is providing in his package deal for your Florida sea fishing trip.

Make sure to bring along something to aid in seasickness! Sailors used to cut a lemon and suck on it for the symptoms of sea sickness. This may something for to try if you get sick on the waves of the Florida seas!

Once you are out there fishing, pay attention to a few signs of the sea that will help you find the fish. If you see seagulls circling over a spot in the water, you can bet there are game fish in that area.

If you would like to try your hand at catching a yellowfin tuna, look out for the antics of dolphins. Yellowfin tuna like to school with dolphin you are out on the sea looking to catch some striper, wait until the moon is full. Striper like to eat crab and crabs lose their shells under the full moon.

A fisherman can bait with imitation crab meat and reel in a nice catch of striper. These are all things that an experienced boat captain will probably already know. If you are on a chartered fishing trip, ask your captain about signs like these. He will probably know these and a whole lot more of these kinds of things that will be of interest to the experienced fisherman and the ones who are just learning.

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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