As Florida’s weather gets warmer along with the water, there may be a greater presence of kingfish and blackfin tuna activity. Blackfin tuna is usually best captured by live chumming (sardines are easy to procure and make a perfect blackfin bait). During the early hours of the morning and the evening are ideal for going blackfin tuna fishing on a charter boat.
Blackfin are brawny aquatic warriors, and when they try to swim down to escape you can expect a longer battle time.
Kingfish is Florida's largest mackerel variety and typically weighs about 20 pounds. They can grow up to six feet long though, and weigh 100 pounds. Since the water does tend to hover somewhere around 68 degrees Fahrenheit, the fish tends to hang out in Florida’s water all year long.
Kingfish also begin migrating north in the spring, much like blackfin tuna and migrate back in the autumn months. Kingfish prefer swimming in the vicinity of shipwrecks, reefs, and oil platforms, as that’s largely where the baitfish (sardines and herring) they feed on tend to dwell. Another way to find them is to search out birds that dive and capture fish on the water.
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