Deep water wreck and reef fishing is the most common type of fishing charter that I run. About 8 out of every 10 days fishing will be spent anchored near a ship wreck or drifting over it with live bait. Most of the deep wrecks are within 15 miles from the dock. The most shallow wreck I fish is in about 90 ft., and the deepest is in over 300 ft. of water. The reason I fish this way so often is due to how consistent the action is. I also love the hands on nature of bottom fishing. You, the charter, are in full control; holding the rod, feeling the bite, and hooking your own fish. Not only is the action great, but the pure size of fish we are landing is amazing.