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What are the best blacktip shark fishing charters?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 261 blacktip shark trips, and the most popular trips are Full Day Offshore (20-50 mi.) guided by Shannon, Summer Time Reds & Sharks - 25' Boston Whaler guided by Ray, and Beach Front guided by Shane.

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What types of blacktip shark fishing charters are common?

Nearshore fishing is the most popular for blacktip shark as well as inshore fishing, offshore fishing, and flats fishing.

The most common fishing techniques are light tackle fishing, bottom fishing, and heavy tackle fishing but trolling and live bait fishing are popular as well.

How much do blacktip shark fishing charters cost?

for blacktip shark prices can range anywhere from $175 to $3,000 and up, but the average price for a half day for blacktip shark is $758. The average price for a full day for blacktip shark is $1,204.

When is the best time to go blacktip shark fishing?

The most popular season for blacktip shark fishing is summer, and most anglers book their trips 18 days in advance.

Where can I get a fishing license for blacktip shark and what are the bag limits for blacktip shark?

See here for more information on blacktip shark fishing licenses, blacktip shark bag limits, and fishing season regulations for blacktip shark. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right blacktip shark rules and regulations.

What is a Blacktip Shark?

The blacktip shark (Carcharhinus limbatus) are a type of requiem shark, which means they are migratory and live-bearing. They are known to have a very timid personality, but are also very swift and energetic swimmers, often making leaps out of the water to attack their prey with their jaws full of 15 rows of serrated teeth.

They have a stout body, pointed snout, small eyes and long gill slits. Their name comes from the black tips on their fins, but they are otherwise gray to brown on top, and white on their bellies with a white stripe along their side. They also have a very strong sense of smell.

How big do Blacktip Shark get?

The average blacktip shark will grow to about five feet. This makes them a pretty moderately sized shark, but don’t let this fool you, they are well known for shark attacks.

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