Destin, FL (PRWEB) August 19, 2013
The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council announced that there will be a second red snapper season, given that the June quota has not been met. According to current fishery estimates from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the October season is projected to run 21 days. The ruling applies to federal waters only; however, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will consider re-opening state waters at their September meeting in Pensacola. Recreational fisherman can now book charters through TripShock.com in anticipation of the supplemental season.
TripShock.com partners with fishing charter captains throughout the northern Gulf Coast region to offer customers all-inclusive deep sea fishing trips in the Gulf of Mexico. Experienced captains are equipped with the latest technologies to ensure a safe and entertaining trip for both amateur and experienced fishing enthusiasts. When travelers book a fishing charter through TripShock.com, instruction is provided and bait, tackle, and fishing license are included.
“The boat and crew were all great and worked super hard to make sure that we all had a great time. We brought home more fish than we could eat! I would definitely go out on this trip again!” –TripShock Traveler Review
“Had a great time on the four hour trip, it was just enough to get away for some fishing and be back before noon to do other things. We went on an Olin Marler Charter and the crew was great, if you needed anything they were there and during some down time when they weren't removing fish from lines they were good to talk to. My son had been bugging me to go pier fishing and I'm glad we did this instead, being out several miles was so much better.” –TripShock Traveler Review
Visit http://www.TripShock.com to book a fishing charter for the October red snapper season.