Reel Fine Jupiter Fishing Charters is full-time professional fishing charter and guide service, located in Jupiter, Florida. When you fish with Reel Fine Fishing Charters you can "get your hands dirty." You will not just sit back and wait for Capt. Tom to hand you the rod.
Specializing in the art of inshore and offshore fishing Jupiter, Florida, Reel Fine fishing charters is fully committed to giving fishermen of all levels of experience the opportunity to catch the biggest, toughest fish the water's off southeast Florida has to offer. As well as insuring the safest, most comfortable and rewarding experience for those who live in and visit Jupiter, West Palm Beach, and South Florida.
Palm Beach, known as the "Gold Coast" is golden when it comes to offshore fishing. It’s no secret the waters off Jupiter and Palm Beach are known as “Sailfish Alley”. Palm Beach inlet is one of the safest inlets in Florida for boaters to navigate. The "drop"- a common term in South Florida refers to the drop off in the continental self which occurs at 120 feet of water is mere 2 miles from shore. From 75 feet to 200 hundred is the preferred depth range when targeting Sailfish and King Mackerel, Cobia, Amberjack, Snapper and Grouper.
Dolphin, Wahoo, and at times Marlin and Tuna are available out in the Gulf Stream. Very often the western edge the "stream" will push right up to the beach, creating a fishing condition that rivals remote tropical locations.
The beaches from Lake Worth, to north of Jupiter Inlet are consistent producers and provide light tackle and fly anglers steady action. Tarpon, Permit and Jack Crevalle are welcome adversaries along the beaches and shallow wrecks.
Spectacular Snook and Tarpon fishing can take place in the deep water inside Palm Beach inlet, dredged to allow the safe passage of cruise ships, it can reach depths of more than 40 feet. The "turning basin" and "the boil" remain two of many "hot spots" located near by. Peanut Island will provide a safe haven for those looking to set up shop on the leeward side of the wind. Live bait produces best hear due to the heavy boat traffic.
John Macarthur Park on Singer Island has a rocky shoreline and attracts loads of Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel, Pompano, Ladyfish, Blue Runners and more during the winter months. Surf fishing in this area is productive as well. Spinner Sharks love to feed on Bluefish can be tussled with here. A live Bluefish or Blue Runner flown from a kite is a spectacular way to attract Sharks.
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