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Offshore Deep Sea Fishing

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45 ft 1 - 6 People From $850
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Fishing in South Padre Island

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in South Padre Island

South Padre Island Deep Sea

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35 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,235
Fishing in San Diego

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in San Diego

Full Day Offshore Banks (12 Hr)

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23 ft 1 - 4 People From $2,295
Fishing in Freeport

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Freeport

Freeport Run - 38' Luhrs

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Fishing in Dorado

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Dorado

Offshore Puerto Rico

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28 ft 1 - 6 People From $750
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Fishing in Caguas

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Caguas

San Juan Offshore - 42’ Egg Harbour

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42 ft 1 - 6 People From $950

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Fishing in San Diego
Fishing in San Diego
Fishing in San Diego
trip description for 3/4 Day - Offshore Banks (9 hr.) in San Diego

Embark on an extraordinary offshore fishing expedition with Captain Scottie's esteemed 9-hour trip aboard his meticulously maintained 23ft Parker Pilothouse, nestled in the captivating waters of San Diego. With an extensive 9-year tenure in the field, Captain Scottie's seasoned expertise ensures an unparalleled adventure. Participate in a day of angling that seamlessly melds the excitement of sport fishing with the tranquility of the open sea. Our thoughtfully appointed vessel offers cutting-edge amenities, guaranteeing a secure and comfortable voyage for anglers of all proficiency levels. Indulge in the thrill of pursuing a diverse array of sought-after species, expertly guided by Captain Scottie. Throughout the excursion, guests will have the opportunity to target an array of captivating fish, including Bluefin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Yellowfin Tuna, and Yellowtail Amberjack. Whether in search of a trophy catch or desiring a serene maritime escape, our 9-hour voyage promises an optimal fusion of exhilaration and repose. The thriving offshore marine ecosystem of San Diego forms the backdrop for an exceptional fishing encounter. Captain Scottie's deep familiarity with the local environment and advanced fishing techniques ensures a rewarding experience for all adventurers on board. Engage with the best as you refine your angling skills and delve into the intricacies of these remarkable species. Secure your place aboard Captain Scottie's 23ft Parker Pilothouse for an indelible 9-hour expedition poised to forge lasting memories. Tailored to passionate anglers and leisure seekers alike, our journey offers an exceptional blend of adventure and relaxation against the stunning panorama of San Diego's maritime allure. Reserve your adventure today and prepare to embark on an unparalleled chapter in the realm of offshore fishing. Read More

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in San Diego

3/4 Day - Offshore Banks (9 Hr.)

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23 ft 1 - 4 People From $1,995
Fishing in Cabo San Lucas
Fishing in Cabo San Lucas
Fishing in Cabo San Lucas
trip description for Cabo VIP Trip - 60’ Bertram 4-8hrs in Cabo San Lucas

Hop on board and experience some action-packed fishing off the beautiful Mexican coast! You'll be going after some big game fish on this excursion into the stunning blue waters off the coast of Cabo with a drink in hand. Not only is Cabo San Lucas the Marlin capital of the world, but is also offers anglers the unique experience of offering top-tier sportfishing in the winter. Leave your jacket at home, because here you'll get to escape the cold and hunt trophy fish in one of the most sought after destinations for Marlin fishing! On the 4 to 8-hour trips, Captain Alex will take you along the Baja coast where you can expect to target Mahi Mahi, Black Marlin, Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Roosterfish, Sailfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, and Yellowtail Amberjack. You will target these trophy fish using a variety of fishing techniques such as light tackle, heavy tackle, bottom fishing, trolling, and jigging (and optional dredging). Whatever the method, we even offer a guarantee of catching one. On this trip you'll be aboard a huge, luxurious 60’ Bertram sportfisher. Restroom, Fighting chair, rod belts, inside AC salon, Bluetooth, Up top with Captain cushioned seating & table. Sonar, experienced Captain Alex & crew wear EarTech Professional Tournament communication headgear, Rip n Hoo Lurhs, SquidNation & more high end gear. Everything you will need for a relaxing but action-packed adventure is included on this trip! We will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. Plus, the listed price includes breakfast, beer, tequila, premium alcohol, soda, bottled water, ice, complimentary photography, and fish cleaning. Lunch is offered as an option—freshly made on board—for $20 pp + tax. Souvenir Long Sleeve Shirts are offered at a cost of $20 per cottonshirt, $45 DryFit, plus tax. Make sure to bring some good company on this fishing experience in paradise! Read More

Deep Sea, Nearshore Fishing Charter in Cabo San Lucas

Cabo VIP Trip - 60’ Bertram 4-8hrs

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Fishing in Montauk
Fishing in Montauk
Fishing in Montauk
trip description for Offshore Shark and Tuna in Montauk

On this trip, Captain Jim will be motoring you out up to 30 miles offshore and targeting larger species that swim down below. Typical shark species you will find on this adventure include Mako, Thresher, and Blue Sharks. Typically the tuna species will include Bluefin, Bonita, False Albacore, and Yellowfin. If you are lucky, you can encounter White Marlin and Mahi Mahi too! This trip is usually up to 10 hours. Step aboard Captain Jim’s gorgeous 32’ Topaz Sportfish powered by twin Caterpillar engines pushing 640 HP. Topaz Express boats are notorious for their comfy rides. Being safe on the water is the main priority of Captain Jim. His boat is equipped with an Acr Class 1 Eperb, First Aid Bag, Throw Ring, Lifejackets, and even a Switlik Solas A Life Raft. Not only does he have top-of-the-line safety features but he has all the Mac Daddy electronics such as a colored fish finder, 64-mile radar, chart plotter, spotlights, and one hell of a stereo. The cockpit and cabin were built completely custom with insulated fish boxes, pompanette seats, LED lighting, a teal dinette, a bathroom, and even A/C! All you need to bring is a Montauk saltwater fishing license and your food, drinks, a hat, sunscreen, and polarized sunglasses. Jim will take care of the rest! Read More

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Montauk

Offshore Shark And Tuna

33 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,700
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Fishing in Freeport
Fishing in Freeport
Fishing in Freeport
trip description for 12 Hour Ultimate Offshore Adventure in Freeport

Head on down to Freeport Texas and experience an action-packed day of offshore fishing with Captain Rodney aboard his bad-to-the-bone 33' World Cat! He and his crew are some of the best on the Texas coast, and are excited to show you all the best techniques and secret fishing grounds to chase down your target fish. For these 12 hour trips you can decide what fish you would like to target, whether thats bottom fishing for snapper and grouper, trolling for Mackerel and Mahi, or trying to poke it further offshore to chase Tuna! His 33TE WorldCat is powered by two brand new 2022 Suzuki 300hp motors and is totally set up for bluewater, long range trips and is federally permitted for Red Snapper, Amberjack, Grouper and Tuna. Make sure to bring a valid Texas fishing license as well as snacks and drinks of your choice (no glass). Captain Rodney and his crew will provide the rest - rods, reels, tackle, fuel, bait, and an iced-down cooler for your favorite beverages and snacks of choice. Everything is included so you don't have to worry about any surprise fees when you get back to the dock! FUEL IS INCLUDED IN ALL PRICING!!! Read More

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Freeport

12 Hour Ultimate Offshore Adventure

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Fishing in Atlantic Beach
Fishing in Atlantic Beach
Fishing in Atlantic Beach
trip description for Going Deep Special in Atlantic Beach

If you're looking for some exciting offshore fishing, complete with screaming reels and giant fish, you've come to the right place. Captain Adam's Gulfstream Special is a must for avid anglers looking to hook up on prizewinning sportfish, including species such as Tuna, Dorado, Marlin, and Sailfish. Let Captain Adam be your guide to the Gulfstream, a major trans-Atlantic current that lures giant fish with the promise of a feeding frenzy. If you've never fished this unique and challenging underwater environment, there's no better opportunity. You'll employ a range of techniques and plenty of gear to catch these fish, and when one takes the bait—get ready for the fight of a lifetime! On the morning of the trip, you'll head out on his 54' Blackwell Custom Carolina, a sportfisher built for speed, performance, and comfort. She's powered by twin 700 HP Caterpillar engines, so wont have to cruise for more than a couple of hours before you reach the prime fishing grounds and start haulin' 'em in. On the way, cross your fingers for a Dorado or Cobia! Captain Adam will be prepared with everything you need for a blue-ribbon day, including rods, reels, bait, tackle, and most importantly, his years of experience hunting champion pelagic predators. To make the most of your experience on the water, make sure to bring Polarized Sunglasses, Weather-Appropriate Clothing, Hat, and Sunscreen. Get ready to have a blast! Read More

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Atlantic Beach

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Fishing in St. Petersburg
Fishing in St. Petersburg
Fishing in St. Petersburg
trip description for Offshore Seasonal Species - 48’ in St. Petersburg

Get ready for an epic day fishing offshore with one of the most elite outfits in the St. Pete-Clearwater Tampa Bay area! Equipped with all the possible federal permits, credentials, and several years of on the water experience, Captains & 1st Mates are here to go above and beyond to do whatever it takes to ensure you have an incredible experience! If you're looking for that next level fishing trip, you've come to the right spot. Our 48' Convertible Pro Tournament Series Yacht vessel is operated under the direction of the exorbitantly credentialed Pelagic Expert Captain and 1st Mate. We are excited to offer this ideal opportunity. On these trips, your Captain & 1st Mate will help you attempt to limit out on species that are in season like Red Snapper, Gag Grouper, Red Grouper, Tuna, Mahi and other species that call the Gulf of Mexico's offshore waters home. You'll be riding out aboard a beautifully maintained BERTRAM 48' Convertible Pro Tournament Series Yacht vessel is equipped with significant horsepower inboard engines and a deep-v that get you to and from the fishing grounds quickly and safely. This vessel’s ride has a reputation in the fishing community as being one of the smoothest and driest on the water. These offshore trips benefit from the Contender’s ability to minimize the amount of time cruising and maximize the amount of time spent fishing. You will depart from the beautiful Tierra Verde Marina Resort in St. Pete. Alongside mega yachts and classy sportfishing vessels. Captain & 1st Mate will help load your gear aboard the boat and ensure you are comfortable and properly briefed for your day before you depart. Suggest that you arrive 30 mins prior to departure time for all trips aboard his boats to ensure your Captain has enough time to get all your gear onboard and properly orient you on the day ahead! His boat is docked at the Tierra Verde Resort Marina but if you are looking to get picked up from a nearby location, Captains are often more than happy to accommodate! All fishing essentials are provided along with a cooler with ice and water. Bring your own lunch and beverages, and a small personal cooler is fine as well. SAFETY, HEALTH & WELFARE ARE PARAMOUNT! We Deliver The Results & Exceed Expectations! Read More

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Offshore Seasonal Species - 48’

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Everything to Know About Booking a yellowfin tuna fishing charter

What are the best yellowfin tuna fishing charters?

Why should I book a yellowfin tuna fishing charter with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 219 yellowfin tuna trips, and the most popular trips are Offshore Deep Sea Fishing guided by Ralph, South Padre Island Deep Sea guided by Emilio, and Freeport Run - 38' Luhrs guided by JT.

Our guides are rated a 4.55 out of 5 based on 3245 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

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What types of yellowfin tuna fishing charters are common?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular type of fishing for yellowfin tuna as well as nearshore fishing, inshore fishing, and flats fishing.

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

How much do yellowfin tuna fishing charters cost?

Prices for yellowfin tuna can range anywhere from about $879 to $6,000, but the average price for a half day trip for yellowfin tuna is $1,405. The average price for a full day trip for yellowfin tuna is $3,609.

Is booking a fishing guide worth the money?

Hiring a guide provides a number of benefits and many choose to book a fishing guide for a combination of experience, local knowledge, convenience, and cost-effectiveness.

Working with experienced fishing guides who know the best local spots and techniques can dramatically increase your odds of a great day. Having someone who is on the water every day and knows the area like the back of their hand is going to give you the best chances of success.

Booking a guide is also more cost effective, especially if you only get out a handful of times per year. When you consider all of the costs you would incur on your own such as the price of a boat, maintenance, insurance, gas, high-quality gear and tackle, repairs, and more, you’ll find that DIY is sometimes not worth the expense.

Even if you’ve got a great setup already in your home waters, booking a guide also provides a great opportunity to experience new techniques, new locations, or even a chance at a new target species to knock off the bucket list.

What month is best for yellowfin tuna fishing?

The most popular season for yellowfin tuna fishing is summer, and most anglers book their trips 69 days in advance.

Do I need a fishing license for yellowfin tuna and what are the bag limits for yellowfin tuna?

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

What is a yellowfin tuna?

Yellowfin tuna (thunnus albacares) is found worldwide in tropical and subtropical waters, and is common throughout the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. It is a pelagic fish, and is among the larger of the many types of tuna. It is smaller than a bluefin and bigeye yet generally larger than a blackfin, skipjack, or albacore.

Yellowfin are distinguished from other tuna mainly by the crazy shape of their second dorsal and anal fins, which are bright yellow and extend out far from their bodies as long curved skinny fins. In mature fish these can extend quite a ways and reach back almost to the tail.

How big do yellowfin tuna get?

Yellowfin tuna will commonly reach maturity at around 2 years and 40 inches, and will weigh under 100 pounds. The fish live a relatively short lifespan of 5-10 years, but can reach upwards of 300 pounds in that span. They are certainly a much better prize than the blackfin they are often caught with.

Whats the biggest yellowfin tuna ever caught?

While yellowfin can purportedly get up to 94 inches and 440 pounds, the IGFA record currently stands at 388 pounds for a fish that was caught in 1977 off the Pacific coast of Mexico. There are a few challengers that have not been IGFA certified though, including a 405 pounder and a 425 pounder. Additionally, a massive 480 pounder was caught by spear in 2018 off the coast of the Dominican Republic. While this is not rod and reel fishing, it is certainly awesome to see such a beautiful fish and impressive to see the true potential of the size of a yellowfin.

Where is the best place to catch yellowfin tuna?

The biggest yellowfin tuna are known to be hanging around the Pacific side of Mexico, especially off the Baja Peninsula or Catalina Island. These are often targeted from San Diego in longer-range boats. Other common destinations include Puerto Vallarta, Hannibal Bank, Panama, Hawaii (where they are called Ahi), the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and Venice, LA (known for having very little travel time between marina and tuna).

Yellowfin are epipelagic, meaning they live in the open ocean, but are close to the surface where plenty of sunlight feeds plenty of plankton and life. They are usually in the top 300 ft of water.

When should I catch yellowfin tuna?

Yellowfin tuna will come closer to the shore when the water temperature is higher, so the best fishing is usually in warmer months. Because you need to head far offshore to catch them, you will also be relying on a good weather window and calm seas.

The season for yellowfin tuna in the US is always open, with the Carolinas, Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi having a 27'' curved FL minimum (other states have no size regulations). The Carolinas and Mississippi have a 3 fish bag limit while California has a 20 finfish bag limit, with no more than 10 fish of a single species allowed (including yellowfin tuna). Other states have no yellowfin bag regulations.

How do you catch yellowfin tuna?

Yellowfin will be caught by either trolling baits and lures, sight casting, or jigging. You can chum them up to the surface (they usually aren't too far below). They are often schooled up, so when you're on them, stay put. They also tend to like some structure, and in the Gulf of Mexico tend to be found around offshore oil rigs.

Yellowfin have great eyesight so it is recommended to have fluorocarbon leaders to reduce visibility. In terms of lure, artificials are popular and you can use tuna feathers, rapala plugs, or metal jigs. If they're on the surface, you can use flies or poppers to good effect.

Once you get one on, it's a unique fight. Rather than wearing themselves out quickly, yellowfin (and all tuna) are notorious for their deep dive and circular motion - they'll swim downward in broad circles and pull on the line all the way up. They are a powerful fish and their size combined with their strategy for staying alive makes for a tough fight.

Are yellowfin tuna good to eat? What are the best yellowfin tuna recipes?

Yellowfin is a delicacy both raw or cooked. While not as popular as its relative the bluefin, yellowfin is fast becoming a sashimi treat. Eat the fish raw right after you catch, and cook into thick steaks after that.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Caught a lot of fish. Captain Jacob was a great guy and worked hard the whole time to make sure we stayed on top of the fish.

    Myron P. with Jacob M. of Pensacola, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Our guide and captain were great in Puerto Rico, which is why I’m giving it 5 stars. I do not want our confusing/stressful experience to reflect poorly on the people we actually worked with. Our issues were with the parent company “Captain Experiences.” They were not knowledgeable on fishing license needs; I only asked about fishing licenses to verify what I read on their website because it was a bit contradictory. I was provided the wrong answer by someone at Captain Experiences, and was only given the correct info after I screenshot their website and emailed it to them. Also, the directions to the pick up location were not clear. Any other fishing tour we have gone on, the captain makes contact prior to the trip to make sure everything is taken care of. We were given the name of the Puerto Rican company’s owner not the captain and guide. Needless to say, my husband and children were very stressed before we located Franco and Petine (who were great and knew nothing about our issues). Located them at 7:26, with trip starting at 7:30. My son caught a good sized white marlin and my daughter had a fish get off the hook. Again, Franco and Petine were great. The issue is communication and clarity prior to the trip.

    Victoria M. with Jose C. of San Juan, San Juan

  • ★★★★★
    The trip was an incredible and unique experience. The boat was clean and well maintained and Capt Robert was great! He worked hard to make sure we got some fish to take home and taught us fresh water fisherman a thing or 2 about ocean fishing. Absolutely recommend.

    Charles A. with Robert J. of Destin, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Our family had a great time with Ralph, Tati, and Mike! We’ve never deep sea fished before and Mike taught us everything we needed to know! We would definitely book with them again.

    Kevin M. with Ralph M. of Miami, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Caught some dolphin for dinner! Had a great time.

    Kyle J. with Peter D. of Riviera Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Emilio & Jesse were great! We caught red snapper and had a blast! Waters were a little rough but still had a blast! definitely recommend!

    Ashley L. with Emilio S. of South Padre Island, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time! Emilio and Jesse did everything they could to get us some fish despite some difficult circumstances that were out of everyone’s control. We would definitely book this fishing trip again.

    Chris L. with Emilio S. of South Padre Island, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great Time! Caught a sailfish! Captain and first mate worked hard and very enjoyable to be with! Would book again!

    Kyle J. with Peter D. of Riviera Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Very good fishing with Patrick..15 mahi mahi, 2 barracuda, and 2 jack fish. First time to fish with fishing line and bare hands. Caught a couple on a pole, but it was easier and faster with fishing line and hands. Thanks Patrick!

    Kirk B. with Patrick L. of Gustavia, St. Barts

  • ★★★★★
    Rooster and Mark were the best. Knew the spots to hit for wahoo, and carafin, then some red snapper.

    Kristian E. with Danny D. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain was awesome and very informational.

    Tanden D. with Ralph M. of Miami, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We traveled about fifty miles offshore. Randall and Jerry did a great job. They really put us on the fish. Caught over one hundred, kept about thirty, sent the rest back to grow up some more. My son, my nephew, their army buddy, and myself all different fishing levels, all had a great time. Will go back again next time I'm in Gulf Shores. Van Franklin

    Van W. with Randall S. of Gulf Shores, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Ralph was a blast, definitely recommend and would go again!

    Zachary M. with Ralph M. of Miami Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    we had a great time who was great captain was even better than took us to all the fish were made at home made us feel comfortable. Really appreciate the trip.

    Gerald Y. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Shout out to Cap'n Harry! Great fishing outing! He knows his stuff! The boat was great! We enjoyed fresh fish for the week! Looking forward to going out again next time!

    Cody P. with Harry R. of Kapaʻa, Hawaii

  • ★★★★★
    I can’t explain how amazing this trip was! Everyone was so sweet and helpful. We got some awesome fish. Our family is so grateful for the amazing experience.

    Alisa J. with Emilio S. of South Padre Island, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great trip With a great crew who was accommodating and worked hard to put us on fish. Caught skipjack tuna and dorado (March is not the best month for fishing in Cabo) but we caught plenty of fish and had a great trip. I’d use this outfit again.

    Frank C. with Jim K. of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Tommy was a great guide and great company, and knew all the best spots. We caught a mahi, which Tommy filleted for us, and a barracuda! We saw sea turtles and dolphins as well - a really incredible trip overall!

    Ethan S. with Rick S. of Riviera Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Wonderful, wonderful trip! Brandon, Christian and Hugo are wonderful and made sure we caught fish! Highly recommend these folks.

    Eric S. with Leonardo G. of Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo

  • ★★★★★
    I hate reviews that don’t give you all the info you need. Emilio and his crew hand did a great job they brought us to a few spot that put us on 5-10 fish at a time the boat got us where we needed to go 5-10 miles out from the docks the squid bate was decent the rods were all usable there was a restroom on board In all especially for the price I would definitely take this charter again during the summer!!! Timing matters when fishing!

    Brayden L. with Emilio S. of South Padre Island, Texas

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