Fish are elusive prey, fleeing into reefs to evade anglers and spontaneously sprouting legs to run away from Charles Darwin. Track down slippery targets with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for a shark-fishing trip with rod rental and a $5 voucher to Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar (a $40 value)
- $25 for a half-day fishing trip with rental gear, lunch, drinks, and a $5 voucher to Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar (a $55 value)
- $45 for a full-day fishing trip with rental gear, breakfast, lunch, drinks and a $5 voucher to Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar (a $95 value)
Patrons pull sharks from the water in curtains of spray during evening shark trips, which set out at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Half-day fishing trips include bait, tackle, lunch, and unlimited drinks. The boats depart on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 11 a.m. and return at 5 p.m. Alternatively, full-day trips include bait, tackle, breakfast, lunch, and unlimited drinks and depart Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 a.m. and return at 5 p.m. Grills Seafood Deck & Tiki Bar boasts a menu with options such as grilled-fish sandwiches ($8.99), chicken parmesan ($8.99), and three types of chowder ($4.99/cup).
Aboard Obsession Charters's party boat, experienced captains lead groups into fish-laden waters, where lines are cast out into the ocean in search of species such as grouper, snapper, and sharks. The 65-foot watercraft launches out of Port Canaveral on full-day and half-day trips across the giant bathtub disguised as the Atlantic Ocean. As fishers wield rented rods or their own equipment, staff situated in an air-conditioned galley serves up hot food and cold beer. After trips, Obsession Charters's cleaning tables let customers prep their catches. In addition to voyages aboard their signature vessel, the staff also books private charters by negotiating with the monocled whales who own Port Canaveral’s most popular fishing boats. Most aquatic exhibitions include bait, and Obsession Charters's captains also allow customers to catch their own offshore.