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What You'll Get
Fishing is the only sport where you're allowed to consume your opponent, not counting baseball before 1971. Catch a bite with this Groupon.
$200 for Near-Shore Fishing Trip for Up to Six ($400 Value)
Passengers can fish for trout, snook, flounder and other species on four-hour jaunts through Port Canaveral and local ocean waters. Designed as an introduction to charter fishing, trips aboard the 32-foot Stuart Angler are not only staffed by a captain, but a mate who explains different fishing techniques and aids with landing fish.
Although each jaunt includes all necessary fishing equipment, passengers should wear appropriate attire and bring their own sunscreen, snacks, motion-sickness medications, and sunglasses. The trip value also does not include a tip for the mate, who should be tipped separately.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required; subject to weather. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ofishal Business Charters
One of the toughest parts of fishing is finding your prey beneath the water's surface. To remedy this age-old difficulty, Ofishal Business Charters equips both its vessels with electronic fish-finding systems, which digitally scan the water for fish and vacationing Loch Ness monsters. Steered by one of the company's two captains, both vessels can ferry passengers on searches for mahi-mahi and snapper in offshore waters, or the yellowfin tuna and blue marlin that make their seaweed-roofed houses on the other side of the Gulf Stream. Boats can also chart courses to the Bahamas on specialty trips, while passengers gaze out at scenic views dotted with dolphins, sea turtles and other wildlife.
For their chartered journeys, guests can choose from two vessels. Aboard the 40-foot Black Watch boat, passengers can watch an LCD TV in the air-conditioned salon or snack on eats from the full galley. Alternatively, passengers can survey their surroundings atop the marlin tower of the more compact 32-foot Stuart Angler, whose Sony Marine stereo lets voyagers blast their own soundtracks.