Choosing a Deep Sea Fishing Charter

With the explosion of the Internet in recent years, it has also become much easier to sift through potential deep sea fishing charter options online. A great site to check out is www.fintalk.com, which has an extensive directory of deep seas fishing charters around the country. Many sites exist that allow anglers to search by location, level, or other specific criteria. The Internet can also be helpful when checking out the reputability of a particular charter. Sites offered by the Better Business Bureau or MSN allow users to search for the name of the company to alleviate any potential problems.

Once you have selected a charter, you need to contact the captain (or the company) to find out what particular gear you will need to bring. Most charter services supply all the fishing rods and reels, though many allow you to bring you own gear on certain types of trips. They also supply bait and tackle, which includes artificial baits, live bait, frozen bait, and chum. The charter service also typically supplies ice and a fish box to store your catch, though you will need something to carry your catch home in.

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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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