Killin' Time Charters has one of the nicest and largest charter boats in South Florida. We are located at the Hillsboro Inlet Fishing Center and we are within minutes of deep sea fishing in the ocean. Our dedicated crew will give you an experience of a lifetime with their twenty-five plus years of fishing the waters off of South Florida and the Bahamas.
We also offer additional sea going services other than fishing, such as Champagne intracoastal waterway cruises, offshore bank signings and burials at sea! We also provide many conveniences so you don't have too!
Captain • Mate • Tackle • Fishing Rods • Ice • Coolers • Bottled Water • Free Parking
* Champagne intracoastal waterway cruises
* Offshore bank signings
* Burials at Sea
* Ability to arrange split parties upon request
Water is provided. Feel free to bring food, soda and alcoholic beverages (cans) and store them in our coolers. Also, please remember that on Sundays alcohol is not sold until noon so you need to get it the day before.
No, but we will do our best to put you on them. Just depends on if the fish are biting.
Make sure to bring plenty of sun block, sunglasses and a hat.
We would be glad to clean and prep the fish for you as long as the catch is of legal size and is edible. If your visiting South Florida we can recommend a nice restaurant that will cook your fresh fish.
No, many of our customers have never been sport fishing before. Our crew has years of experience and are ready to teach you everything you need to know to have a great day of fishing.
We are located at the Hillsboro Inlet Fishing Center in Pompano Beach. For directions, see below.
You should plan on arriving at the boat about 15-30 mins before your charter. Allow extra time in season and holiday weekends as traffic can be busy.
Gratuities are very much appreciated by the crew as they are working hard for you and split their tips. Most of our charters tip 15%-20% of the charter price.
Maximum of six people due to U.S. Coast Guard Regulations.
The Sailfish is probably the most sought after game fish in South Florida. They are an excellent fighting fish and one of the most acrobatic, with many jumps.
The Swordfish is possibly the hardest fighting game fish in the ocean. They are usually fished for at night on heavier tackle.
Although not as numerous as Sailfish or Swordfish, Marlin are sometimes caught by a lucky angler. Because of their tendency to be where the Dolphin fish are, Marlin are usually hooked on lighter tackle which makes for a much more challenging fight.
There are numerous types of Sharks in the waters off of South Florida. Some of the more frequently caught are the Hammerhead, Big Eyed Thresher, Mako, as well as the Bull, Black tip, Dusky, Silky, Spinner, and Sandbar sharks.
The Barracuda is an excellent light tackle game fish, known for their large sharp teeth. They have no food quality, except to be used as bait for the bigger fish.
The Amberjack has a brown back and white belly with a golden colored stripe in the middle with a brown strip around its eyes and head. It is known for its long lasting fighting ability.
The Dolphin fish is bright green and yellow with blue spots, and is one of the most colorful fish you will find in the ocean. Males, called bulls, have a blunt head, while the females, called cows, have a more rounded head. Great action and taste.
The three types of Mackerel that are caught in South Florida are Cero, Spanish, and King. The Kingfish is the largest of species, usually over ten pounds, while the Cero and Spanish range from one to about five pounds.
Wahoo is best known to sports fishermen, as its speed and high-quality flesh make it a prize game fish. In Hawaii, the wahoo is known as ono. Many Hispanic areas of the Caribbean and Central America refer to this fish as peto.