Gulf of Mexico Wreck Fishing

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Offshore fishing in the Gulf of Mexico revolves around structure. Structure can be wrecks or rubble or patches of live bottom. These fishing oases produce sharks and Goliath Grouper. These Giant Grouper get to be 600 pounds while 200 pound fish are common. Other available species include Permit, Cobia, Gag and Black Grouper, snapper, Kingfish, Mackerel, Snook, Sheepshead, Pompano and Jacks. It is not unusual to catch 10 or more species of fish on these trips.


Kid Friendly

This is a great trip for kids because fish can often be caught on almost every cast.

Fish Species

Sharks, Goliath Grouper, Permit, Cobia, Gag and Black Grouper, Snapper, King fish, Mackerel, Snook, Sheepshead and Pompano.

Directions & Links

Google Map & Directions Everglades National Park


From anywhere in Miami or Fort Lauderdale, take Florida’s Turnpike South until it ends in Florida City.


Go right at the first light Palm Drive.


Go straight two miles to the four way stop.


Turn left four way stop at Robert Is Here fruit and vegetable stand (this is a great place for a post charter milk shake or tropical smoothie.


Go to the next stop sign and turn right, there is a brown national park sign too, follow the road to the park entrance.


Flamingo is at the end of the park road.


Whitewater bay ramp is first and the Florida Bay ramp is by the concession building.


WARNING: You will lose cell service in the park. Most people get service in Flamingo itself.


The park entrance fee is good for seven days. Come back another day and see the land part. It’s what everyone thinks of when you say Everglades National Park. I for one never get tired of seeing it even after hundreds of trips.


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Phone: +1-305-505-5362

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