Here are some of the most frequently asked questions. Read through them and hopefully you will find the information you need. If not, please reach out and we will get your questions answered as quickly as possible.
Sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat, sun protective clothing, snacks, and a camera are a few of the recommended items. We will have a cooler with ice and bottled water. Bring any other drinks you may want.
We understand that plans can change. Trips canceled inside of 14 days will forfeit any deposit taken. Trips canceled inside of seven days will be responsible for the full trip rate. Trips canceled due to weather, at the captains discretion, will be refunded in full.
No, we have a commercial license that covers everyone on the boat so you are all set.
No, we will provide all the necessary equipment for the day. If you have a favorite rod and reel, or a fly combo you like, please feel free to bring it.
Yes, we use a combination of artificial and live bait. All of the bait for the day is provided.
Yes, but moderation is appreciated. Keep in mind that the weather can be taxing and dehydration can be a concern.
No, you cannot bring anything that is considered illegal in the state of Florida. If you can't buy it in a store here, we can't have it on the boat.
Yes, if we catch something that you can eat, your captain will clean the fish for you at the end of the day. Keeping conservation in mind, we try to keep enough for a meal or two. Filling the freezer is not on our agenda.
Yes, it is customary to tip your captain 15-20% of the trip rate. If you had a good time, this is a great time to show your appreciation.
Prices on the site will be current as of 01/01/2023. Half Day $600. 3/4 Day $700. Full Day $800.

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