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Sailfish, Dolphin, Wahoo, King Fish, Grouper, Snapper, Snook, Tarpon

Fish The Sailfish Capitol of the World in Stuart Florida for the finest Charter Fishing Florida has to offer.
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Stuart Florida Deep Sea Fishing Charters

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Treasure Coast Stuart FL Fishing Charters

(December through April)

Bill Chaser Sportfishing Charters offers private Stuart Florida Fishing Charters on a daily basis. These trips give you the opportunity to fish an un-crowded boat with only your friends, co-workers, or whomever you chose to bring! The trips range in duration from 1/2 Day  3/4 Day and full day all the way to 2 Day trips. Stuart is conveniently located on the east coast mid state close to Jupiter, West Palm Beach and all of Orlando Florida's attractions and offers first class deep sea fishing. It's about you and your day fishing, having fun, building friendships, making life long memories!

Stuart Florida Deep Sea Fishing:

Sailfish: They are predominately blue to gray in color and have a characteristic erectile dorsal fin known as a sail, which often stretches the entire length of the back. Another notable characteristic is the elongated bill, resembling that of the swordfish and other marlins. They are therefore described as billfish in sport fishing circles. Sailfish are highly prized game fish and are known for their incredible jumps and great speed.

Dolphin: The mahi-mahi or common dolphinfish, are highly sought for sport fishing and commercial purposes. Sport fishermen seek them due to their beauty, size, food quality, and healthy population.

Wahoo: It is best known to sports fishermen, as its speed and high-quality flesh make it a prize game fish. The body is elongated and covered with small, scarcely visible scales; the back is an iridescent blue, while the sides are silvery, with a pattern of irregular vertical blue bars and have razor sharp teeth.These colors fade rapidly at death. The mouth is large, and both the upper and lower jaws have a somewhat sharper appearance than those of king or Spanish mackerel. Specimens have been recorded at up to 2.5 metres (8 ft 2 in) in length, and weighing up to 83 kilograms (180 lb).

King Fish: The king mackerel is a medium-sized fish, typically encountered from five to 30 pounds, but is known to exceed 90 pounds. The entire body is covered with very small, hardly visible, loosely attached scales. The first (spiny) dorsal fin is entirely colorless and is normally folded back into a body groove, as are the pelvic fins. The lateral line starts high on the shoulder, dips abruptly at mid-body and then continues as a wavy horizontal line to the tail. Coloration is olive on the back, fading to silver with a rosy iridescence on the sides, fading to white on the belly. Known throughout the sportfishing world for their blistering runs, the king mackerel matches its distant relative, the wahoo, in speed. They are taken mostly by trolling, using various live and dead baitfish, spoons, jigs and other artificial lures.

Grouper: Groupers are teleosts, typically having a stout body and a large mouth. They are not built for long-distance fast swimming. They can be quite large, and lengths over a meter and weights up to 100 kg are not uncommon, though obviously in such a large group species vary considerably. They swallow prey rather than biting pieces off it. They do not have many teeth on the edges of their jaws, but they have heavy crushing tooth plates inside the pharynx. They habitually eat fish, octopuses, and crustaceans. Some species prefer to ambush their prey, while other species are active predators.

Snapper: Red Snapper, Yellowtail, Magrove and more!

Snook A prized as a game fish, being known for their great fighting capabilities. Common snook are protandric hermaphrodites, changing from male to female after maturation. This transition is identified by the presence of both male and female sex cells in the gonads and takes place when they grow to between 9.4-24 inches fork length which corresponds to 1-7 years of age. A study conducted in 2000, indicated that the sex ratios for common snook ages 0 - 2 are significantly skewed between the east and west coasts of Florida due to protrandry and differences in growth and mortality rates. One of the largest snooks, Centropomus undecimalis grows to a maximum overall length of 4.6 ft and a maximum recorded weight of 53 lb!