Fishing, like standup comedy, requires split-second timing, a strong line, and constant vigilance against incoming hooks. Slay aquatic audiences with today's Groupon: for $75, you get a single spot on a four-hour fishing-trip outing that includes bait, tackle, and ice from Fish On Board, located on Sea Breeze Boulevard at the Bahia Mar Harbor (up to a $199 value).
Fish on Board leads up to six sailors into the Atlantic in search for kingfish, mahi-mahi, snappers, and wahoos swimming just off the edge of a 36-foot Luhrs yacht. Led by a skilled and experienced crew, four-hour excursions employ live bait, lures, and offshore trolling techniques to snag fish and spare compliments. Vessels are appointed with full air conditioning, entertainment center, and restrooms, and crew members will be on hand to clean anything caught. Four-hour tours include all the sea-fishing sundries, including bait, tackle, and ice. Water is available, and the crew welcomes alcoholic beverages so long as they're not shared with squids 21 and under. Each sea-faring excursion has room for four to six line-slingers, with groups of less than four paired with other like-minded fishermen.
Though Fish On Board sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Fish On Board Charters
South Florida's waters teem with fish whose visual splendor rivals the tropical landscape above—mahi-mahi with chartreuse sides, grouper covered in glimmering bronze scales, and sailfish with long, flowing dorsal fins. Manning a 46-foot Hatteras sport-fishing yacht, Fish On Board Charters' captains take passengers on fishing charters to catch these eye-enthralling trophies. On 4- to 6-angler trips that range from half-day outings to all-night swordfishing, they utilize both offshore trolling and bottom-fishing techniques. Crewmembers clean anything caught, as well as supply all bait, tackle, and ice. Tap water is available, and alcoholic beverages are welcomed so long as they're not shared with squids younger than 21. In addition to fishing trips, captains also charter scenic cruises along South Florida's tropical coastlines.