Deep sea fish charters can offer new experiences to anglers. From landing their first huge tuna or marlin to reeling in sharks and other deep water creatures – it can be a great learning experience. Deep sea fish charters escort anglers to areas off the coast water over 30 meters deep where predatory fish and other large animals thrive. Deep sea fish charters provide an opportunity to hook a whopper and experience the joy and accomplishment you’ll get after reeling it in. Scott Bruce Tuna Charters, host of deep sea fish charters off the coast of Prince Edward Island, provides you with some insights into what to expect.
Motion sickness can be a problem for some. Waves in the ocean can be larger and rougher than in lakes or rivers, so taking preventative measures is important! Do you already suffer from motion sickness? Talk to your doctor and discuss which medicines can be helpful in preventing motion sickness. There are also over the counter options like dramamine that can be bought at a drugstore and taken an hour before boarding.
The turbulence experienced while out on the water can create quite a splash, so dressing properly is important. It’s cold out on the water so being wet would make the experience cold and uncomfortable. Water and wind resistant clothes can lead to a more enjoyable experience. The decks are generally non-slip, but flip flops are not recommended.
Deep sea fish charters generally provide the fishing gear but it may look unfamiliar to anglers. The hooks, lures and rods required for saltwater fishing are not only larger but also much stronger and made from non-corrosive materials. Before you leave the dock, ask if you can cast out a few times to get a feel for the weight and strength needed to ensure the hook flies. If you are going to be trolling, talk to the crew about the lures you’ll be using and what they hope to catch. Fishing guides are experts and love talking about the big fish they have landed and how.
Deep sea fish charters do have one very large similarity with inland fishing and that’s the unpredictable nature of fish. It’s impossible to know where they will be or when they will bite. For this reason, patience is the key to an enjoyable afternoon. Of course, everyone wants to land ‘the big one’, so the longer you’re out on the water, the better!
Deep sea fish carters can give novices and experts alike a new and exciting experience – and the opportunity to land ‘the big one’! Understanding what to expect on one of these trips is paramount to enjoying the experience. Understanding how to stay comfortable, use the gear properly, and being ready to wait patiently will make the experience more enjoyable for everyone.
Having an experienced deep sea fish charter guide can also ensure you have the best time possible. Fishing guides know the best places to drop anchor and what lure to troll with in order to get a bite! Scott Bruce and his team host tuna charters off the coast of Prince Edward Island in Canada. Learn more about the tuna fishing charters as well as day trips, here.