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Get Your Hands on Some Mahi
Get Your Hands on Some Mahi

If you love saltwater fishing in Port Canaveral, our offshore Dolphinfish expeditions are for you. Mahi is one of the most sought-after migratory fish in Florida for good reason. Their fight, taste, and looks (in no particular order), make them stand out from other breeds. While they’re typically referred to as “dolphinfish,” there’s nothing “dolphin” about them. Mahi are cold-blooded…

Fishing Seasons
Fishing Seasons

Port Canaveral Deep Sea fishing seasons Winter Months (December, January February) Port Canaveral Deep Sea fishing seasons is pretty good during these months, we mainly target Sailfish, Blackfin Tuna, Mahi, and Kingfish.   There is also Bonita and some Barracuda around.  Deep dropping for Golden Tilefish opens in January so that also is a good option.  Unfortunately, the weather for the…

Why Port Canaveral is Best for Deep Sea Fishing
Why Port Canaveral is Best for Deep Sea Fishing

Port Canaveral is the Best for Deep Sea Fishing which is located on the spectacular East Coast of Florida.  Port Canaveral has become one of the most sought-after spots for fishing. Since it’s one of the busiest ports in the country, travelers from all over the world are able to hop off their cruise ships and experience the best deep-sea fishing the Atlantic has to offer.  If you’re due for a vacation, or just a day trip out on the open seas, you should strongly consider chartering a boat in this area. Below are two major reasons why Port Canaveral is the best location for deep-sea fishing.

Fishing Tips for First-Time Anglers
Fishing Tips for First-Time Anglers

Fishing is a pastime built into the American spirit. Spending time in nature, enjoying the ripple of water, and experiencing the rush of a taut line when you’ve snagged a big one—nothing could be more inherent to getting close to and experiencing nature! Whether you’re taking to the high seas or cozying up to a local creek, it’s important to make sure that you’re properly prepared so you don’t break any laws, hurt anyone, or damage your equipment before you’ve hardly even started. Here are some fishing tips to help make your trip better. 

Fall Fishing Charters in Florida
Fall Fishing Charters in Florida

With fall finally looking like it may arrive the Fall Fishing and Fall Fishing Charters should be heating up. We should start to see good numbers of Sailfish showing up. Sailfish are probably one of most exciting fish to catch in the ocean and on Fishing Charters. They can range in size from 30lbs to close to 90lbs. I will…

Tips for Deep Sea Fishing in the Spring
Tips for Deep Sea Fishing in the Spring

Mahi-Mahi are beautiful fish, with colors ranging from bright yellows and greens to light blues and spots ranging anywhere in between.  They have it all when it comes to catching them, hard fighting, aggressive eaters, and breath-taking jumps. These deep sea fishing tips will help get those beautiful fish.

Recipe Ideas: Cooking Your Catch
Recipe Ideas: Cooking Your Catch

It’s incredibly rewarding to reel in your first fish when you’re out on the open seas, but nothing compares to the first bite after cooking your catch.  There are a variety of fish, especially around Florida’s East Coast, that make for an amazing meal. If you’ve just hopped off the charter and you’re looking for the best way to enjoy your dinner, here are a few recipe ideas for your catch of the day. 

Great Deep Drop Fishing Season
Great Deep Drop Fishing Season
Anglers Envy Charters had a great summer of fishing on the deep drop fishing grounds out of Port Canaveral Florida.  Anglers Envy Charters caught numerous Golden Tilefish,  Yellowedge Grouper,  Snowy Grouper, and Blueline tilefish. In addition to the deep drop bounty, we caught plenty of Mahi to help finish off a great day of fishing. Anglers Envy Charters boated 7…
How to Fish with a Bucktail Jig
How to Fish with a Bucktail Jig

On Anglers Envy Charters, we love to use jigs. You will rarely see us head out to fish without a bucktail jig (cobia jig) tied on to a spinning rod. These jigs are super versatile, you can sight cast with them to species such as Cobia, Bonita, Blackfin Tuna, or Mahi. Or, you can drop them down on the reef…

Cobia Fishing in Port Canaveral
Cobia Fishing in Port Canaveral

Deep-sea fishing can be incredibly exciting. If you’re looking for a chance to do something out of the ordinary with friends or co-workers, then deep sea fishing at Port Canaveral is a great opportunity to consider. One of the many types of fish that you might snag is the massive Cobia fish, a large saltwater fish that is commonly found…

Why Are You Not Deep Drop Fishing?
Why Are You Not Deep Drop Fishing?

Are you tired of throwing back delicious Red Snapper and other great eating fish because the season is closed? The Anglers Envy Team is as well! We are proud to introduce a method of fishing that not only puts top table fare in your cooler, but also introduces many of you to a new highly effective technique of fishing known…

The Experience of Fishing for Tripletail
The Experience of Fishing for Tripletail
Port Canaveral has numerous world record catches of Tripletail. Our average size out of Cape Canaveral is usually 6-10 pounds. But it is certainly not uncommon to catch fish pushing the 30-pound range when you're charter fishing in Port Canaveral. So you can have a serious fight on your hands when you hook a big one on the ocean. Anglers…