Golden Yacht Charters and Primetime Luxury Watercraft

Over 20 yachts and boats at
two of the largest marinas in Miami:
Miami Beach and Sea Isle
1-305-532-2628
En Espanol (305) 842-3539
SALESTEAM@GOLDENYACHTCHARTERS.COM

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  • Common fishing myths to debunk

    before your next powerboat trip.

    Many people love to fish, and doing so while on a powerboat adds a new level of fun. Fishing enthusiasts are smart and creative, but even they have a tendency to fall victim to myths. Before you head out and cast a line to catch the “big one,” Primetime Luxury Watercraft offers these common fishing misconceptions for your enjoyment. 

    Myth #1: Any Spot Is a Good Fishing Spot

    Some people hold to the idea that any spot on the ocean is perfect for fishing. They may assume that every last inch of the water boasts creatures big and small. This isn’t necessarily the case. You have to plan ahead and think about where you need to go to get the best results. A few fishermen follow the advice of others and choose a spot based on recent success stories. Others use special equipment to help them find where the fish may reside. Whatever method you choose to use, it’s better to plan than choose a spot at random. 

    Myth #2: Fishing Is Boring

    If you bring friends or family along when you charter a boat in Miami, you may hear that fishing is boring. You may believe this myth yourself, even though you participate in the pastime. While there can be dull moments, fishing is by no means a pointless experience. Fishing is a great way to bond with people you care about. You can discover wonderful things while you relax on the water and take in the view. 

    When it comes to Miami boat rentals, Primetime Luxury Watercraft strives to give you quality. Make a call today to learn more.


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