Welcome to the launch of the new and improved L&H Boats website and our first blog post! We hope you like our new look which is designed to make it easier to find the information you are looking for. Specifically, we hope you like the tone and feel of the design which is intended to allow for easy navigation and to reflect our contemporary approach. The site is now compatible with smart phones, tablets, phablets, desk top computers and everything in between.
We haven’t lost sight of our traditional core values and our mission of building the best sport fishing walk-around on the market. This is still and always will be at the very heart of our company. We will be adding articles to our blog on a regular basis to keep you in touch with all the new things happening at L&H Boats, as well as regular updates as to what is happening in the wider sport fishing world. There will be plenty to tell you about!
We are so excited about sharing with you everything about Sport Fishing Boats and a vast array of Sport Fishing information including how-to fishing information and inspirational articles! There is nothing more exciting than going deep sea fishing. It is undeniably and totally different than any other kind of fishing. The main reason for this is that there is nothing around you but endless miles of beautiful ocean. Deep Sea Fishing is one of the most popular sea sporting activities.
Deep-sea angling is a great way to spend time whether it is for the day or for an extended trip. Whether you are trolling for snapper, or trapped in an all-out battle with a huge tuna fish, marlin, or even sailfish, deep-sea angling can make your entire time on the ocean a fantastic voyage!
There are lots of species of fish, and each and everyone needs its own angling game plan. Here in South Florida, our local waters offer many types of fish including Sail Fish, Dolphin, King Mackerel, Wahoo, Tuna, Grouper, Snapper, Shark and even Blue Marlin fishing. Trolling is a truly thrilling variety of angling. You or your captain will likely want to establish a slow-moving speed. Fish that get caught up to the lure will probably provide a great fight. A few of the species of fish you may catch trolling consist of Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Sailfish, Cobia, as well as Wahoo.
Bookmark us, and be sure to check back regularly for more information about our products and services at L&H Boats, as well as for useful sport fishing news and tips. If you have any questions about our new site or, indeed, any other matter then please get in touch via our contact page.