What To Expect
What to Expectat type of fish will we encounter on our fishing charter?
The Tampa / St Pete areas have a diverse fish population. Species may be landed on your charter are: Snook, Seatrout, Redfish, Tarpon, Spanish Mackerel, Bonito, Cobia, Shark, Mangrove Snapper, Grouper, Flounder, Jack Crevalle, Bluefish, Kingfish, TripleTail and others.
What are your Charter Rates?
Give Capt. Brian a call. Captain Brian will advise you on what days are best to fish based on local tides and weather, as well as what species would be available to catch. Also, take the opportunity to inform the captain regarding what's important to you while on the charter. You will then be provided a price based on the experience that you are looking for. 727-200-6994
What You’ll Need to Bring
There are a few things that you may want to bring along with you to make your fishing day more enjoyable. These include sunscreen, hat, rain-gear, food, drinks (if you’d prefer something other than water or Gatorade), comfortable boat shoes/sandals that you don't mind getting wet, polarized sunglasses and jackets if fishing during our cooler months.
Departure Times and Location
Normal departure time is 7:00 AM however this may vary based on time of year and tides. If a later or earlier departure time will improve fishing opportunities, your captain will communicate this to you in advance of your charter.
Deposits / Payments
No deposit required. I understand that life happens and things change with out warning. Weather cancellations are made at the captain's discretion. Credit Card, check and cash are all acceptable forms of payment. Payment is handled at the conclusion of the fishing trip. Gratuities are appreciated.