Welcome to The Obsession Fishing Vessel
Deep Sea Charter Boat Fishing Out Of Port Canaveral, Florida
45 Minutes East of Orlando, Florida
The Obsession has been operating out of Port Canaveral, Florida for more than twenty five years and is fully equipped to handle any fishing task from high speed trolling to bottom fishing. Captain Brent’s specialty is live baiting for reel sizzling species like King Mackerel, Barracuda, Cobia as well as deep blue ocean trolling for dolphin, wahoo and sailfish.
East of Orlando, Florida is the growing Port Canaveral just minutes from Orlando, Florida and adjacent to the world famous Cape Canaveral where man first launched to explore space and shoot for the moon. Port Canaveral offers some incredible fishing for those visiting our area. You can expect to find seasonal fishing for species like King Mackerel, Cobia, Dolphin or Dorado, Sailfish, Amberjack, Grouper, Jack Crevelle, Tarpon and many more.
Full Days – Half Days – Last Minute Charters – Call Brent at (321) 652-0026 or email Brent at firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest Port Canaveral Fishing Reports
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On Wednesday I had aboard my friend Troy Denson, owner of Mount This Fish Company and his guest Judd Swanson, an architect from Houston Museum of Natural Science. The sole purpose of our fishing trip was to catch spanish sardine bait fish. Our local fishing fleet calls these baits "scaleys" and they can commonly be … [Read more]
While Captain Brent has been up at his hunting camp, Captain Danny took the helm of the Obsession a few times last week. The King Mackerel bit pretty well one of those days and Captain Danny caught 62 Kingfish before calling it a day. Way to go Danny! This time of year the King Mackerel (Kingfish) stack up here off … [Read more]
A good friend of mine, Steve from Alabama, chartered the Obsession, in search of Tarpon yesterday. The bait was thick and we could see Tarpons rolling in and out of the bait pods. These Tarpon, which migrate up and down the beach, from Port Canaveral to Melbourne, Florida this time of year were biting pretty well. We … [Read more]