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Thank you for taking the time to book a fishing charter with us.  Below are the answers to our most frequently asked questions. If you still have a question please call or send email us.

Often we don’t know where we will meet you until 2 days before your charter. We will send you a text message to the phone number you entered on your reservation form.  The fish move around and we launch as close as possible to where we will be fishing. We want to minimize the time spent boat riding to maximize your fishing time.

NO – Your Florida fishing license is included with your charter fishing trip.

We provide you with high quality rods and reels, both light tackle and fly fishing. We supply all the lures, baits, and any other tackle needed for our light tackle clients, and flies and leaders for our fly fishing clients. Included is ice cold water, and a cooler with ice for your personal beverages and snacks. Feel free to bring soda or other drinks. We have plenty of room for them in the on-board cooler.

There are no restroom facilities on board the boat, but there are restrooms where we meet you.

At a minimum you should bring the following items: Sun screen SPF30 or higher, Polarized sunglasses, a hat or visor, a lightweight jacket in the cooler months. Please plan on bringing your own food and snacks, we have room for them in our onboard cooler.

No – We have plenty of room in our on-board cooler for your beverages. Remember that we have limited storage space and we dont’t have room to store your cooler.

We suggest that you leave your rod at home and let us provide your tackle. We supply you with the correct rod and reel combination for the fishing you will be doing.

Yes you can bring your own fly rod and reel, but please remember that we will be providing you with top quality Fly Rods and Reels. If you feel the need to bring your own gear, then you will need at least a 9 foot, 9 weight rod with a floating line. For Tarpon and Snook fishing charters in Ft Myers a 10 wt or heavier rod is a must, you never know when that giant is going to come along and we don’t want you to loose a big fish because their rod was not heavy enough to handle the fish at a critical moment.

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