Ocean Obsession II

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The 65 foot Ocean Obsession Party Fishing Boat is air conditioned and immaculate. A full galley with hot food, cold beer, and sodas. We go deeper and get there faster. We take pride in what we do and it shows. Come see for yourself!

    It’s Been A Party Offshore

    November 8, 2021

    The Ocean Obsession II out of Sunrise Marina in Port Canaveral has put on a clinic this past week. The bottom bite has been nothing short of stellar! Anglers have caught a variety of species such as mangrove, lane and mutton snapper. Big cobia, triggerfish, amberjack and porgies have all made it over the rail and into the pail. Our next full moon trip is scheduled for November 16th so there still may be time to get onboard. Spots are limited to 40 anglers.

      Good Bottom Bite!

      August 30, 2021

      The bottom fishing has been good for anglers aboard the Ocean Obsession II this past week. A number of different quality species have come over the rail and into the pail! Cobia, porgies, mutton, mangrove and lane snapper to name a few and they all make fantastic table fare.

        Let’s PARTY!

        August 9, 2021

        The bottom bite out of Port Canaveral has been stellar for the anglers aboard the Ocean Obsession this past week. Cobia, kings, mangroves, lanes and porgies, have all made it over the rail and into the pail producing some happy clients. Let’s just say we have put our anglers on the meat. To top it all off, a 6 pound yellowtail snapper made it into the mix! What a great week!

          Going Deeper Offshore

          August 15, 2020

          Out of Port Canaveral, fishing has been slow in the 80 ft region, so we have been pushing out and fishing deeper water. We have had some great catches of large vermillion snapper along with a few lane snapper and triggerfish. The sharpnose sharks have been ferocious, but as pesky as they can be, they are actually a very good eating shark and very sustainable. Keep your eye out for some cobia to show up and maybe even a mahi or black fin tuna to swim by the boat. Chicken rig fishing in the deeper water has been the best bet to capitalize on those vermillion snapper. The current has made it tough to fish, but if you are willing to work for it, you can put together a nice day.

            Party Boat Fishing

            July 13, 2020

            If this past weekend was sure fire sign that it is not good to be the slow big boy in a social media word. What I mean by that is, it was hard to find a spot to fish within range for the big Ocean Obsession II, especially on half days. We always practice good etiquette that the first person fishing a spot gets it, but man would it have been nice to implement the big boat rule ;-).

              Captain Dustin’s Weekly “What’s Up Report”

              June 15, 2020

              Mangrove fishing is at a snails pace right now, that’s why we caught a snail the other day 🤣. Banded rudder jacks are around with a few amberjacks mixed in but they do seem to be thinning out. Bottom is still cold but we are starting to see some mangrove snapper coming up in the water column, but it has been very hard to trick one into eating anything. Hopefully we will see some good mangrove action on the evening mangrove trip and that bite will start to improve on our daytime fishing. Float lining for Kings has been picking up so if you get a stern spot be sure to bring a float line rod with 30-20lb mono & #4 or #3 wire.

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