Rent a Boat, Catch Some Fish

Boat Up makes renting a boat easy for your fishing trip. Catching the fish will likely be just as easy this time of year. You can’t ask for more for an enjoyable experience.

If you came for Red Snapper season, it’s in full swing with the longest season in recent history – 45 days. The season runs until July 31, which will give you have plenty of time to catch all you want. There will be an additional 12 days in the fall, so you may want to plan a return trip.

Beyond Red Snapper, many other fish are waiting for you to drop your line – Specks, Redfish, Mingo Snapper, White Snapper and Black Snapper, as well as others. Bridges are a great place to catch your limit, and you have four to choose from – Brooks Bridge near Fort Walton Beach, Marler Bridge near Destin, Mid-Bay Bridge that connects Niceville to Destin, and Clyde Wells Bridge that connects Freeport to South Walton County. Tarpon and Jack Crevalle are known to frequent these waters.

If you decide to head into the Gulf of Mexico, reefs offer the best fishing. You may pull in Amberjack, Barracuda, Mahi, Trigger Fish, or Wahoo. The Gulf and Bay waters offer an almost inexhaustible supply of fish.

For the most excellent fishing, rent a boat from Boat Up, load your gear and set out on a great fishing adventure.

If you don’t know exactly where to go or what fish are biting, ask a fishing expert at Boat Up. They’ll be glad to help because they want you to have a successful trip.