We provide many different fishing trips to cater to anglers wants and needs, but the most requested fishing trip is an offshore kayak fishing adventure. The thought of catching a big fish from a small boat sparks curiosity in people’s minds on how to do it. Pushin’ Water is lucky to be based in an area on the southern coast of Florida where accessing deep water is within a mile from shore. We are also lucky enough to have a full fleet of Hobie Outback Kayaks. These kayaks use the method of pedaling instead of paddling. Having the ability to use your legs to propel yourself leaves your hands free to fish and have a much more enjoyable day on the water.
Kayak fishing South Florida at our Delray Beach launch location is the closest spot to deep water on the whole East Coast of the United States. It roughly takes 15-20 minutes of pedaling from beach to 90 feet of water. Once we hit 90 feet, baits hit the water and the likelihood of hooking into that big fish has just sky rocketed. Offshore kayak fishing for Mahi, Kingfish, Tuna, Sailfish, Wahoo and Cobia are all available within a 20 minute pedal from shore! Kayak fishing South Florida can make you a Florida sportsman within minutes.
Here is a fishing review from John C. who had a great time with us and became a true Florida Sportsman by kayak fishing South Florida!
“Brian put us on an all time epic sailfish bite yesterday. We started out early from Boynton Inlet and it was only a short paddle out to the fishing grounds. Within half an hour we tripled up on sailfish! It was mayhem for thirty seconds before one broke off and the other two went in opposite directions and dragged us all over. We doubled up again 45 minutes later, hooked a dolphin for dinner 30 minutes after that and less than 2 minutes after the dolphin was in the boat hooked into our 6th sailfish. This was easily the most fun we’ve ever had on a fishing trip. It was amazing action which was that much more fun because we were doing it in 12ft boats. I can’t recommend this enough.” – John C.