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What's Involved
WHAT TO BRING, HOW TO DRESS, WHAT TO THINK ABOUT
Take seasick medication the night before if needed. Pack light. Arrive early. Take as few coolers as possible for your food and drink. Remember cameras, sunscreen, sunglasses, rubber soled shoes (avoid black soled shoes), hat, comfortable clothing and old rags or towels. Bring a spare container and leave it in your vehicle for your cleaned fish.

BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
The mate arrives at least one hour prior to departure. He gets bait and ice loaded, readies all rod and reels, catches live bait when possible, makes sure the boat is in order and rinsed down.

The captain arrives, checks the weather forecast, checks the engines, and generator. He spot checks all safety equipment, and plans his day of fishing.

WHEN YOU ARRIVE
You will check in at the charter office, pay for the trip, and receive instructions on where to find your boat.  The Captain will go over safety items and regulations, and explain where the safety equipment is located, https://fish.travel/destination/us/fl/hollywood. He will usually give you a synopsis of the day ahead. The mate will demonstrate the proper use of the rod and reel, and teach you how to bait and set the hook.

WHEN YOU ARE FISHING
The Captain is trying to keep you over the fish, or is keeping a watchful eye out for fish activity. The mate will keep you in bait, gaff the fish, take fish off the hook, keep the fish on ice, keep the boat clean and orderly, and tends to your needs.

 WHEN YOU RETURN
The Captain and Mate will assist your party so you may take pictures of your catch and then the mate will take the fish to the cleaning station. Here the mate fillets and packages your fish if desired. Then the mate tends to the boat, cleans all rods and reels, and prepares the bait for the next day.

FISH SEASONS
Most boats fish the entire year.  Great fishing exist the year around here. The largest verity and quantity are here April through November.  Red Snapper, Grouper, Triggerfish are caught 12 months of the year.  The "keep" season for Red Snapper is April through October.

FISHING REPORT
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