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What You Should Know About Deep Sea Fishing in Vero Beach


One of the more exciting ways to enjoy your time in Vero Beach is to go deep sea fishing. Find out everything you need to know about deep sea fishing in Vero Beach and book your trip as soon as possible.


1. You Should Bring Dramamine


By definition, deep water fishing happens in deep water. You’ll need to venture out relatively far on a boat, which means the water could get rough. If you’ve never been on a boat before or you’ve been seasick before, you should bring some Dramamine. This will prevent you from getting sick while you’re on the water.


2. It Might Get Physical


Deep sea fishing tends to be more physical than shore fishing. While you might be able to get away with holding a drink as you fish from a dock, deep sea fishing requires more effort. The fish in the deep water are larger and can jerk your pole with a great deal of force. You’ll need to hold the pole firmly and use your energy to reel in a catch.


3. You Never Know What You’ll Find


If you’re fishing from the shore, you might not come across a large variety of fish. However, deep sea fishing gives you exposure to some unique sea creatures. You could find sharks, sea turtles, and so much more.


While you’re on vacation in Vero Beach, be sure to try deep sea fishing. Then, stay with us at the Vero Beach Inn and Suites. Make your reservation today


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