Venice, Louisiana’s close proximity to the mouth of the Mississippi River provides us with a fantastic pathway to offshore water. Our location along the Gulf of Mexico gives us access to the Mississippi Canyon where depths quickly reach over 1000 feet as close as 15 miles offshore. We do not have to travel far to find the grass lines where the muddy Mississippi water finds the clean deep blue water of the Gulf.
Offshore and oftentimes near the oil rigs in the area, the waters off of the Louisiana Coast are full of Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Blue Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, and more. There is always a fun, fighting fish in season and a good time to be had by all.
Things you could catch:
We catch swordfish year round in deepwater depths of 1000+ft.
This seasonal fish is caught off of our coast. We find them around rigs and wreckage.
This year round fish is a fun and aggressive catch. They are naturally curious and strong fighters.
The Red Snapper season is July 1st through the 15th in US Federal Waters. These dates go by quickly. Be sure to book in advance to guarantee your spot!
The iconic Blue Marlin is referred to as "The King of Sport Fish" in the Gulf of Mexico. Come find a trophy with us any time of the year.
The Mahi-Mahi is a visually stunning fish. Its aggression is the only thing that rivals its beauty. This fish is a blast to pull into the boat after a long fight.
Amberjacks have two seasons in one calendar year. These fish are on the menu from January 1st - May 31st. Their second season runs from August 1st - December 31st.
The perfectly named Wahoo fish will give you a thrill. This is the fastest fish in the Gulf of Mexico and is a unique experience to catch on the line.
Tuna fishing is a big business. These valuable fish are something we take pride in producing. Super Strike Charters is one of the most productive tuna fishing charters in the Gulf.
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