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Old 12-13-2010, 02:03 PM   #1
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Thinking about booking a trip in february 2011 was wondering advice the best captians in and around venice. tuna and wahoo priority
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So I was looking at the pricing for a full day trip with Mike ellis. It says 1300+ gas what does that come out to in real numbers ?? 2k ??
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So I was looking at the pricing for a full day trip with Mike ellis. It says 1300+ gas what does that come out to in real numbers ?? 2k ??
Also curious on what gas normally runs? Woody you use to work out there about how much is a full day trip? What does the total usually come out to?
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The fuel surcharge is added because, pending conditions and time of year, sometimes the fish you are targeting can be within 25 miles, or beyond 70. That allows us to give the customer some options if they want to stay in close and change up the agenda a bit and target some other species, such as grouper and wahoo, or if they wanna go "all in" and chase tuna and other pelagics, which sometimes may be a bit of a run. Generally the only time anybody is going to run more than sixty miles one way is late June or July when the blue water has pushed way offshore, as in 2009 and 2008. January through April though, the tuna and wahoo are pushed in very close, within 30 miles of the river, and average fuel burn on a day trip is much less than a summer trip out to the floaters. Fuel burn will vary from boat to boat. Hope this helps.

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Well I've seen quite a few fish that Woody has caught and they're all monsters. Not to mention they caught the first marlin this year and that 214 lber also. Once I can get the extra cash I'll be heading out with yall Woody.

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