Tampa Bay Fishing Charters

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I bring on the fishing charter?

A hat or visor, polarized sunglasses (if you don’t have a pair, I have polarized sunglasses available on board), sun block, lunch or snacks, non-marking soles, dress appropriate to the climate.

What do you provide for the charter?

I provide fishing equipment, live bait or lures, tackle, rods and spinning reels (excluding fly fishing equipment…you may bring your own) cooler with ice, water, and I can email pictures of your fishing trip.

Where is our meeting location?

Upon booking your fishing charter, we can discuss convenient meeting locations as the boat ramps are a short distance from anywhere in the Tampa Bay area.

Where do we fish?

We fish the waters of Tampa Bay, New Port Richey, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and St. Petersburg.

Boat Ramp Locations:

Anclote River Boat Ramp
1119 Baillies Bluff Rd.
Holiday, FL 34691

O’Neils Marina
6701 Sunshine Skyway Ln South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

Am I allowed to keep the fish I catch?

Yes, as long as they are within the states rules and regulations (F.W.C) guidelines and measurements.

Can I bring my kids on the charter?

Sure, you can bring your kids; however, children under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult (children must wear a life vest while boat is in operation.)

What are your boating rules and regulations?

During the charter, I don’t mind drinking but not in excess, as keeping you safe is my responsibility. No drugs and liquor are allowed on the vessel.



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