Participants can relax and head out to the open sea to enjoy fishing during a four-hour cruise
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What You'll Get
- Private or shared outing: shared
- What’s included: all equipment and license
- What you might catch: tuna, snapper, shark, sailfish, wahoo, amberjack, barracuda, mutton, cobia, grouper, kingfish, mahi-mahi, or bonito
- About the captain: Captain Allen Moudy is a 2nd. generation fishing captain, operating Flamingo since 1970
- Where you’ll fish: open sea near Fort Lauderdale
- Boat amenities: two restrooms, life jackets
- At the snack bar: snacks, beer, and beverages available for purchase
- Fish-cleaning available? yes, for an additional charge
- What to wear: closed-toed shoes, weather jackets for convenience
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 6, 2019. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required, 48 hour advance notice required. Maximum group size 12 people. $5 parking fee not included. No hard liquor or glass bottles allowed, only 3-4 beers in cans. A small beverage cooler is permitted. Must arrive 30 min before departure/reservation. Minimum of 12 passengers required to sail. Valid Monday-Saturday. Not valid on during the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show from10/14/19 to 11/14/19. $3 tax not included and due at the time of redemption. Subject to weather. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Flamingo Fishing
Along the deck of the Flamingo—a 65-foot fishing vessel whose motto is "Fish Can't Hide"—anglers cast their lines into the deep sea in hopes of taking a big catch back to shore. After leaving the docks, the boat travels down the intracoastal waterway, also known as the Venice of America, before reaching the fishing grounds, where schools of kingfish, snappers, black fin tuna, and grouper rush to hide from the full-color fish finders. All guests may keep any fish within the size regulations—an arbitrary number, quite frankly, derived from the president’s arm span—and, while waiting for a nibble, camera-toting sailors can train their lens on the whale sharks, porpoises, and sea turtles breaching the ocean's surface.