Florida is among the top vacation destinations in the United States. Deep-sea fishing charter excursions are very popular with visitors of the Sunshine State. The beauty and warmth of Florida draws thousands of families to its borders ever year. A growing number deep-sea fishing excursion options are available on the Florida coast.
Three different options for deep-sea fishing are available by the Tin City Boat Company. A half day deep sea fishing excursion on the Lady Brett takes passengers 12 miles from short in the Florida waters near Naples. Captain Gene Lusiano provides rod, reel, bait, and fishing license in the cost of passage. A restroom is available on board the vessel. Passengers are permitted to bring a small size cooler with snacks, beer, sodas, or water along for their enjoyment. Price for adult passengers is $70, and children under 12 can ride and fish for $55 each. Passengers on this deep sea-fishing excursion often catch kingfish, cobia, mackerel, and grouper.
The Tin City Boat Company also offers full day deep sea fishing tours on the “Captain Paul” 34-foot vessel. Passengers can ride on a spacious pontoon style boat, which floats in calm waters. Passengers on this Tin City Boat tour routinely catch sheep head, redfish, snook, snapper, and trout on during their fishing excursion. For more detailed information check out the business website and www.tincityboats.com
Salty Sam’s Marina and Boat Rentals offer two fishing excursions, with a $10 off printable coupon available in many Florida tourism guides and on their website. The boats depart from the Fort Myers area. Additional information can be found on the business website at www.saltysamsmarina.com
Jammin Charters is another popular and reputable deep sea fishing excursion boating business. Half and full day charters are available for up to six people per excursion. Jammin Charters offers an enclosed “head” aboard for restroom needs, and fish cleaning services. Included in the cost of the deep-sea fishing excursion are the rod, reel, bait, fishing license, and the cleaning and bagging of each passenger’s catch. Fisherman about a Jammin Charters excursion are likely to find King Mackerel, grouper, snapper, tarpon, and even shark on the end of their hooks. Small coolers are permitted about the boat. Additional information can be gathered by calling 239-281-5865, or by logging onto www.southwestfloridatravelguide.com
Snook One Charters offers both full and half-day salt water fishing charters, as well as personalized shelling trip to several outer islands. Snook One Charters feature catches of snook, redfish, trout, and tarpon. Captain Alan Hedstrom offers a full equipment flat boat, with all equipment provided. The boats set sail from the Ft. Meyers area. Additional information can be found at www.snook-one charters.com
Bayside Charters offer backwater, light tackle, and fly-fishing options for fishing fans. Captain Kelly Kaminiski hails from Ft. Meyers, and serves the Sanibel, Captiva, and the Pine Island area. Trout, redfish, tarpon, and snook are readily available in the waterways traversed by the Bayside Charters. For additional information log onto www.baysidecharters.com
Back bay and off shore fishing deep-sea fishing Reel-Action Charters offer excursions. Captain Chuck Bulicz serves the Naples, Ft. Myers, and Bonita areas of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Plenty of tarpon, grouper, and trout can be caught during the day charters. Additional information can be found at www.real-action-charters.com
The Conch Queen is a large deep sea-fishing vessel, operated by Captain Chris Agin. Six and Nine hour deep-sea charters are offered. Multiple varieties of Florida fish are caught daily about Captain Agni’s boat. For additional information, call 239-415-0515.
Lazy Days fishing and sightseeing charters fit up to six passengers. Captain Ron Smith in Cape Coral runs the deep-sea fishing excursions. Additional information can be found by emailing email@example.com or call 239-549-9365.
Captain Joe Greco runs Fort Myers Fishing Adventures. Boats navigate around the Back Bay and the near shore area. Passengers will enjoy fishing near the Ft. Myers, Sanibel, and Captiva Island areas. Captain Joe operates a new 25-foot Parker boat, with a restroom on boat available for passengers. For additional information log onto www.fortmyerssportfishing.com or call1-877-249-7472.
Shark fishing is the specialty of Captain Tony’s Fishing Adventures in the Ft. Myers area. Deep-sea fishing excursions depart daily. For additional information such as pricing and schedule log on to www.capttonys.com