Awesome morning trip for David and his family. We caught a beautiful wahoo along with red snapper and several other fish. We specialize in large group family trips as are licensed to take large groups and our boat is very spacious.

We are fully operational during COVID and we are taking extra precautions to make our boat and gear as clean as possible.

Wahoo are a type of fish that can be quite challenging to catch due to their quick speed and elusive nature. However, there are a few tips and tricks that can increase your chances of catching one:

  1. Use the right equipment: Wahoo are fast swimmers, so you’ll need a strong rod and reel that can handle their power. A 6-7 foot rod with a fast action tip and a high-speed reel with a good drag system is recommended.
  2. Use live bait: Wahoo are predatory fish that like to chase live bait. Some good options include bonito, mackerel, and squid.
  3. Troll at high speeds: Wahoo are known for their speed, so trolling at high speeds (around 12-18 knots) can help you entice them to bite.
  4. Use wire leader: Wahoo have very sharp teeth that can easily cut through traditional fishing line. Using a wire leader can help prevent them from biting through your line.
  5. Pay attention to the water: Look for areas where there is a lot of current or structure, such as drop-offs, reefs, or weed lines. These are areas where wahoo tend to congregate.

Remember, catching a wahoo requires patience and persistence. Keep trying different techniques until you find what works best for you. Good luck!