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Common Questions


What fish are in Destin?

Destin, Florida, is teeming with a diverse array of fish species, making it a prime destination for anglers. With RAD-I-Kal Charters and the guidance of Captain Jerrad, you can expect to encounter a variety of fish including Red Snapper, Grouper, Amberjack, Triggerfish, and more. Captain Jerrad's expertise ensures a tailored fishing experience, allowing you to target specific species based on your preferences and the season. Whether you're into bottom fishing or trolling, Destin's waters offer a rich and exciting tapestry of marine life for anglers to explore with RAD-I-Kal Charters.


What big fish was caught in Destin?

Under the expert guidance of Captain Jerrad with RAD-I-Kal Charters in Destin, Florida, anglers often reel in impressive catches, including the mighty Swordfish. Known for its strength and challenging fight, Swordfish fishing with Captain Jerrad is a thrilling and sought-after experience.


Why is Destin good for fishing?

Destin is a prime fishing destination for several reasons, and with RAD-I-Kal Charters led by Captain Jerrad, it becomes an exceptional experience. The abundance of diverse marine life in the Gulf of Mexico waters surrounding Destin provides ample opportunities for a variety of fish species, making it a haven for anglers. Captain Jerrad's local expertise ensures that you navigate to the most productive fishing grounds, enhancing the chances of a successful and rewarding catch. 


A RAD-I-Kal Charters Guided Fishing Trip targets the top Destin Fish species including Atlantic Bonito, Atlantic Sharpnose Shark, Bonnethead Shark, Atlantic Sailfish, Greater Amberjack, Gag Grouper, Wahoo, Common Dolphinfish, Red Grouper, Red Snapper. We primarily Fish the Gulf of Mexico.