All our charters are private charters. We do not pair up two independent parties. Charter rates are inclusive for up to 6 anglers. We also offer snorkeling, if you wish to take a break from fishing during your trip. Just let us know beforehand and we will provide the equipment!
- All tackle & bait
- Top of the line Shimano &
- Penn International rods and reels
- Fishing license
- Soda, watter & ice
- Fish cleaning service
- Pro fishing guide / captain
Additional Charter Options & Services
- Trips to secluded beaches
- Day sightseeing trips
- Sightseeing excursions to other Islands
- Fishing Tournaments
32′ Sea Vee Center Console with 10.5′ Beam
- Twin 250 Yamaha Four Stroke Outboard Motors
- Bird Finder Radar (12 Mile Radius)
- Depth Finder
- Fish Finder
- Radio (XM Stereo w/ IPod Hookup)
- Full Stand Up Head (Bathroom)
- Fresh Water Shower
- Oversized T-Top with Full Enclosure
- 6 Person Life Raft
- Twin Outriggers
- Penn International & Shimano Rods & Reels (12lb – 80lb Test)
- 2 Large Live Wells
The owner, Pat, has hand picked each of our guides to make sure your trip is perfect. Our captains are local USCG certified captains with extensive knowledge of the area. Combined we have over 30 years of experience in the local waters. In addition to being fully trained all of our guides are experts in safety. Being certified in CPR, life guarding, and other safety issues is a minimum.
Yes. A fishing charter or trip with a guide can be enjoyed by a single person or a family. Most encourage the participation of small children as well, however charters will require the wearing of life jackets at all times. Many charter specialists are also willing to give handicapped clients special consideration.
- Confirmation Voucher
- Comfortable Shoes
- Food and Drinks
Depending on the location and time of year it is best to check and monitor the weather. Usually on the water air temperatures are 3-10 degrees cooler, however the sun will reflect off the water and be more damaging to your skin if not properly protected. Good rubber soled shoes, shorts, sunglasses, a light shirt and hat are recommended in tropical environments. Remember to ask your fishing charter or guide for clothing requirements. No one wants to be uncomfortable, cold or sun-chapped on a fishing boat.
Yes, most captains will allow you to bring your own tackle, however we supply everything you’ll need to catch fish.