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Full-Day Offshore Fishing Package for 6 out of Venice, Louisiana

$4,500.00

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Quick Overview

Welcome to Venice, Louisiana; the Sport Fishing Capital of the World. Here you'll spend one day fishing offshore in the world-class tuna waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and two nights of VIP dining and lodging.

Yellowfin Tuna Fishing Trips in Louisiana

Details

Located in southern Louisiana, this adventure takes you to a 110-foot luxury barge with over 5,000 square feet of accommodations. This trip offers a blend of first-class accommodations, memorable southern cuisine and true hospitality that makes guests feel like VIP's while also remembering the reason why you’re here is for exceptional fishing. On this trip, in the "Sport Fishing Capital of the World" you and your fellow anglers will be tackling spectacular species of fish including blue marlin, white marlin, tuna, mahi mahi and wahoo.

The Fishing

All boats pick you up and drop you off at the lodge the second day of your trip. You may arrive around 3 PM the first day, sleep comfortably that evening and then depart on your offshore trip early the next day. After returning from your trip you will spend another night aboard this first-class barge and then depart the third day. This outfitter will furnish lunch, bottled water and soft drinks for you on the boats. However, you will need to bring or buy any alcoholic beverages from the marina store if desired.

This outfitter has ice chests and ice on hand to hold your fillets, but suggest you bring your own for holding and transport back with you. The marina staff can also pack and ship your catch for you at cost.

What to Bring

• Valid fishing license – $10 for three days of fishing
• Rod and reel
• Climate appropriate clothing
• Slip-resistant shoes
• Hat
• Sunglasses
• Sunscreen
• Jacket
• Bag/backpack
• Personal care items
• Alcoholic beverages, if desired
• Cooler and ice for transportation off the boat
• Camera or GoPro

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