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32ft "Renegade" Catamaran Fishing Charter In Venice, Louisiana

Center Console
32 ft
6 Guests

About This Fishing Charter

Enjoy fishing trips in Venice, Louisiana aboard the 32ft "Renegade" Catamaran Fishing Boat for up to 6 people. Rates as low as $1500 per day. Bring food and drinks, ice chest, zip loc bags, sunblock, hat and non-marking soled footwear. Everything else is provided.

Rates:

• Day Trip Charter: $1500 + Fuel for 1 - 6 People
• Overnight Charter: $3000 + Fuel for 1-6 People

What You Can Expect:

We are located in Venice, LA, which has staked its claim as the “tuna town” of America. Just 60 miles south of New Orleans, the community of Venice is made of commercial fishing, fishing charters, charter boats, and oil field workers. Sitting just west of the mighty Mississippi River, Venice, Louisiana Fishing is in the heart of Sportsman’s Paradise, giving us an edge on being the best Fishing Charter around.

In addition to some of the best fishing in the world, the waterfowl hunting is second to none. Dumping nutrients and sediments into the coastal marshes and the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi river is the life blood of the greatest fishing destination in the world: that is Venice, Louisiana. Just 15 miles out of the mouth of the river, the continental shelf begins reaching depths of over 5,000 feet. This area is known as the Mississippi Canyon, and is home to many pelagic species.

Guided Fishing Trip

Throughout the year, various migratory pelagic species and reef fish make their homes near the structures of oil rigs. The oil rigs become a habitat attracting an array of bait fish, which in turn lure in the predator species such as tuna, wahoo, and marlin. Closer in around the shallower rigs, one will find trophy red snapper, grouper, cobia, and amberjack. Many different species can be caught year around. We offer a variety of fishing options and will structure your Louisiana fishing charter to target whichever species you desire.

Red Snapper

As one of the most-caught fish for commercial fishermen and outfitters across the United States, the red snapper is a prized food fish amongst many fishermen. Hanging around oil rigs here on the southern coast of the US, these red snappers provide a wonderful time for friends, family and colleagues to enjoy an afternoon of catching fish in the gulf.

Grouper

Grouper have become probably the most popular saltwater food fish in the United States. Being one of the better tasting fish, most catches are over ten pounds, with some well over 100 pounds. These fish can be large, strong and provide a great battle. And at the end of the trip, they taste even better on the plate!

Cobia

Very few inshore species can offer a big-fish thrill like the cobia. This stealthy scavenger is one of many found in the areas we fish here in Louisiana, with good numbers of fish, and many of these fish topping 50 pounds. Cobia can grow to over 100 pounds, but even an average-sized fish of 20-30 pounds will put up a battle for even the most skillful angler.

Amberjack

As a fish prevalent over offshore reefs and wrecks, amberjacks provide clients with an excellent opportunity in fighting a big fish when the other fish are reluctant to come out and play. Amberjacks are known to many as “the hard-fighting fish,” “the tough man’s fish” or “the sea donkey.” These fish are fun to hook into and can grow to well over 100 pounds and will put up a heck of a fight in the water – so much so that you had better have a group of guys ready to reel, as it may take some time bringing these fish on board!

Wahoo

A world-renowned sports fish, the wahoo is known for its high speed and intense fishing action. With an elongated body with a silvery and iridescent blue sheen, this prized fish not only puts up a great fight but also is considered a delicacy and a very well-known fish to dine on. We find that most of the fish are large and fast movers of the sea, with recorded speeds of up to 60 m.p.h.

Typically, these fish are large and dangerously tough, with some recorded up to 8 feet long and over 185 pounds. The wahoo is definitely a fish to chase after if you are looking for a fight on the water!

Mahi Mahi

swift and acrobatic game fish with phenomenally striking colors of iridescent greens and blues, as the mahi-mahi becomes excited these colors rapidly change and tend to light up, bring the striking colors to life. With average weights of 15-30 pounds, these sports fish offer a magnitude of fun and excitement.

Definitely, a fish to experience, the mahi-mahi is also a wonderful trophy specimen.

Yellowfin Tuna

Yellowfin is often referred as Mahi tuna, and is among the larger of the tuna species. Yellowfin tuna can reach over 400 pounds and can provide a battle for even the most seasoned fishing veteran.

Named after the bright yellow finlets on their tail, these large fish are frequent trophies on the Intensity Offshore Outfitters boat. Pound-for-pound, these fish are the fastest and strongest sports fish out there. If you are ready for an experience and challenge of a lifetime, check out Intensity Offshore Outfitters today!

The Midnight Lump

The Midnight Lump, also known as the Sackett Bank, is a mineral formation located about 20 miles off the Mississippi River Delta. This 2.9 square-mile area is an ideal feeding ground for big tuna and other species of fish. During many times of the year, you will find some of the best fishing in the world. From the surface, the Midnight Lump looks like open water but, on the ocean floor, there is an array of salt and mineral formations ideal for holding big fish.

Fishing The Midnight Lump

The gulf currents push baitfish up against the Lump and create an ideal feeding environment for giant tuna, wahoo, snapper and a variety of other species. GPS tracking has made fishing the lump much easier over the past five years. However, locating the site is one thing, fishing it properly is another. Changing currents and weather patterns make one section or side of the lump more productive and it takes an experienced captain and crew to find the fish. Our captain has been fishing around Sackett Bank for many years and has experience finding big fish in all conditions. Whether you are looking for big tuna or the excitement of catching a voracious mako shark, we will make your Midnight Lump fishing experience a success!

What To Expect Onboard:

The 32ft "Renegade" Catamaran, cruises at a cool 40 MPH, which gets you to your fishing destination quickly. Powered by twin 300 hp Yamaha four-strokes and equipped with Ray Marine electronics and Shimano tackle, the Renegade is the ultimate fishing vessel.

The Renegade 32′ raises the bar in the fleet of many offshore outfitters here in Louisiana! Providing performance unmatched by other vessels in its class, consistently exceeding the expectations of many. Combined with the fishing setup we have, you too will understand that what it is to experience a heart pounding fishing adventure aboard our boat - you could say this will be Intense!

• Forward anchor/rope locker
• Cabin lights
• Forward insulated fish/storage box
• VHF Radio
• AM/FM CD Player w/ 4 Speakers
• Sirius Satellite Radio
• Navigation lights
• Leaning post w/ rod holders
• Leaning post storage box
• LED courtesy lights
• Compass
• Cup holders
• Rod holders gunnel mount

Details

  • Type: Center Console
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Make Model: Power Catamaran
  • Rental Minimum: 1 hour
  • Length: 32 ft

Rental Requirements

Cancellation Policy

• All reservation fee are non-refundable if cancellation occurs less than one month prior to scheduled trip.
• If the client does not show up for scheduled charter trip, the client will lose the charter fee.
• If the client cancels and reschedules a charter, the reservation fee will be applied to the future charter trip.
• If a trip is canceled by the captain due to weather, the customer has one year to re-schedule and the deposit will be applied to the rescheduled trip.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Bar
  • Fishing gear
  • Trailerable
  • Fish Finder
  • Bait
  • CD Player
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • GPS
  • Head

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Meet Josh

Josh

From Chittagong

Member Since Feb 2016

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