Fishing in Boynton Beach

$28 for a Four Hour-Deep Sea Fishing Trip from Flamingo Fishing ($40 Value)

Flamingo Fishing

Bahia Mar Yacht Center

$40 $28

Head out to the open deep sea aboard a 65-ft. fishing vessel in hopes of hooking kingfish, snapper, and tuna

Four-Hour Drift Fishing Trip for One or Two from Fishful Thinkful (Up to 31% Off)

Fishful Thinking

Barrier Island

$40 $28

Using provided rods, bait, and tackle, fishers of all ages and skill levels cast their lines from a 55-foot boat

Four-Hour Deep-Sea-Fishing Trip for One or Two from Fish On Board Charters (Up to 53% Off)

Fish On Board Charters

Fort Lauderdale

$199 $99

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Captain and crew steer 46' Hatteras sport-fishing yacht out to sea to help anglers land big-game fish such as tuna, sailfish, and kingfish

4-Hour Fishing Trip for Up to Six at SHARI LYNN Sportfishing (40% Off)

Shari Lynn Charters

Riverland Woods

$700 $420

Four-hour deep-sea or in-shore sportfishing trip for up to six

Four-Hour Bottom-Fishing Trip for Two or Four from Full C's Sportfishing (Up to 65% Off)

Full C's Sportfishing

Dania Beach

$450 $175

The custom-designed, 31-foot vessel welcomes up to six passengers at a time, as well as their snacks and beers

4-Hour Fishing Charter for Two at Grey Ghost Fishing Charters (45% Off)

Grey Ghost Fishing Charters

Port Salerno-Hobe Sound

$375 $206

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The Sea Mist drift-fishing fleet first began scouring South Florida waters in 1956. Today, the 72-foot, all-aluminum Sea Mist III picks up where its predecessors left off. It drifts around Boynton Beach while groups attempt to snag grey grouper, red snapper, yellowtail, or any of the other species that are often encountered during excursions. Also on board, the boat's professional crewmembers dole out occasional humor, steady guidance, and assistance—from baiting hooks to cleaning catches.

700 Casa Loma Blvd
Boynton Beach,
FL
US

Native Outfitters swaddles men and women with more than 100 designs of fast-drying, moisture-wicking and UV-ray-repelling threads. Gentlemen can bandage their torsos in a Resort Conservation T-shirt ($21.99) to proclaim their support for ecological awareness and encourage fellow beach-goers not to toss their half-eaten burrito into the sea. Slip into a woman's Surf and Paddle cap-sleeve T-shirt, or hide hair beneath a twill cotton cap ($21.99). Shoppers can plaster a large red-snapper decal ($11.99) across a rearview window to inform tailgaters of their preferred type of sushi.

411 7th St
West Palm Beach,
FL
US

The flagship Bolo Intoxication vessel has been charting the warm Gulfstream waters since 1980, forming the teak-and-mahogany cornerstone of the entire FishBolo fleet. These up-to-date chartered boats carry groups out to the open water for everything from sport fishing to night swordfishing to champagne cruises. Licensed and experienced captains lead the fishing excursions, which explore the warm waters year-round in pursuit of mahi-mahi, king mackerel, tuna, snapper, and even blue marlin. These trips make it easy for novice anglers by providing licenses, tackle, and bait and outfitting their boats with fish magnets.

2705 North Riverside Drive
Pompano Beach,
FL
US

With the Atlantic Ocean as the backdrop for inimitable aquatic adventures, Captain Steve Cienkowski steers participants along crystalline waters for laid-back expeditions or longer jaunts to either the Keys or Bahamas. Participants can glean pertinent sailing or snorkeling tips during lessons or revel in up-close glimpses of manatees swimming and filing taxes in their natural habitat.

148 Yacht Club Dr
North Palm Beach,
FL
US

Situated at the threshold of the historic Anglin?s Fishing Pier, Anglins Beach Cafe gives way to a sun-drenched, 975-foot-long boardwalk that bustles with anglers and sightseers from dawn to dusk. Outdoor diners are afforded panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, and the restaurant's interior proves no less idyllic: shaded booths abut the pier rails, and in the dining room, green tiles echo the hues of sea foam crashing against the shore. Considering that Anglins Beach Cafe is entrenched in the natural environment, it makes sense that its proprietors should take strides to preserve it. To that end, chefs draw upon organic greens, fruits, dairy products, craft beers from all over the world, wine, and organic tequila and vodka, and pack leftovers and stowaway mermen in 100% biodegradable boxes.

2 Commercial Blvd
Lauderdale By The Sea,
FL
US

At the age of 5, Captain David Ide had already navigated the back canals of South Florida in his own 8-foot motored dinghy. Over the years, the sea tugged at him even more; he amassed fishing knowledge by talking to locals on the docks during his family's annual trips to the Bahamas, and at the age of 15 he began working on the fuel docks at Lauderdale Marina. The following year, he was asked to compete in his first professional fishing tournament. Though he sometimes still competes, Captain David spends most of his time aboard the US Coast Guard-licensed Lady Pamela II—leading drift-fishing trips around South Florida's natural reefs and shipwrecks,

The 41-foot custom-built and tournament-ready Hatteras boasts a 15-foot beam, air-conditioned bridge, and refrigerators, as well as ample electronics for detecting fish and any ghost ships before they rise from the ocean. At this vessel's helm, Captain David pilots passengers armed with rods, tackle, and various types of bait out to distances of 2, 10, or up to 20 miles from shore on extended daytime and nighttime trips. Groups may hunt in search of small targets such as tuna, snapper, grouper, and mahi-mahi, or larger quarry such as broadbill swordfish and hammerhead or bull sharks.

801 Seabreeze Blvd
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US