I did my first overnight fishing trip on the Sea Trek head boat this week. Just about everyone got limits of red snapper and a fair amount of yellowtail were caught. A few mutton snapper were caught with at least half of those in the 10-15 lb. class. Only a few keeper sized grouper were caught, however with a few decent sized mangrove snapper, a couple of blackfin tuna and a few kingfish, along with several cudas, etc. The day bite has been off for awhile, according to the crew. The Sea Trek is an inexpensive trip - $450 for about 44 hours of fishing - but you bring your own food and most of your tackle with you. You could buy live pinfish from a local supplier too. The boat supplied squid and threadfins for bait and also supplied hooks, swivels and leader/topshot material if someone didn't have any. Sinkers were sold instead of included - 4 and 8 oz. egg sinkers for $1 and $2 respectively. The mates, (Collum and Robbie) were excellent - knowledgeable, hard working and just good guys in general to be around. Capt. Eric was excellent too. In my opinion, if someone can't or doesn't want to spend a lot of money on an overnight trip this trip is a good option. I'm only giving a very basic rundown here and I'll get more specific if you have any questions.