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In general, when you’ll be going on a deep sea fishing trip, you’ll be the one to decide on how you want the trip to go through. You can structure it with a charter, or have the trip in a party boat, which is also termed as "head boat" and leave everything else to your captain’s orders.

Party Boat Plus Points

However, the most relaxing and cost-effective method to plan a deep sea fishing trip may be considered to be going with a party boat. This is because usually they can already work out the details of your trip, even before you arrive at the marina.

Here, your captain would already know where he would want to bring the ship. All you have to do is rent a rod, which would only take a couple of dollars; since your tackle and bait are already included with your admission fee. In fact, the mate would even come over to help you if ever your line gets tangled up with another’s!

Other Necessities

Other than bringing your basic equipment for fishing and lunch, there are still some items that you can bring to make sure that your trip would be successful-provided that your boat’s captain really knows how to find the catch! Here are some of the critical items that you should bring on a deep sea fishing trip.

Important Items

First off would be a fishing rod, tackle and bait. Most fishermen are highly encouraged to have their very own fishing supplies. However, if you are planning to rent one from the boat, then you can do so.

Clothing Essentials

The clothing you would be wearing is important too. It is vital that you wear appropriate clothes if you really want to enjoy the trip. It is advised that you wear an old pair of sandals or sneakers, which you don’t mind getting smelly or dirty. You mat also want to bring a rain jacket, poncho, or windbreaker, just in case the weather would be rough. Bringing a sweatshirt or pullover would be good too, if ever the wind is sharp or chilly.

Food Tips

For your lunch, having subs or other sandwiches that are paper wrapped would be better, because other than being healthy, they enable you to eat without having to dirty your food. Something light on the stomach is advised, just in case motion sickness problems occur.

For your beverages, beer would be a good fishing companion. However, you should take note that it should be taken in moderation and make sure that you are of legal age. If not, soda or bottled water would do.

Safety And Cleanliness

Safety and cleanliness is also important. Bringing an antibacterial lotion or hand soap would be good, since often most boat’s bathrooms don’t have soap and in some cases even running water!

You may want to bring rags or old towels. These are really helpful so you can wipe off of them after baiting your hook. Additionally, you can use them after catching a fish, as you hold on the catch and remove its hook.


Skin protection is also important. Sun block should be applied, especially if you’re the type that burns easily. You can also bring sunglasses or a hat, so that you can shield your face and eyes from scorching rays of the sun.

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