Florida’s waters are known to produce some of the finest saltwater fishing the planet has to offer, for good reason. The only thing that would make a fishing trip perfect there is a captain who knows the hottest fishing spots and has vast local experience. That sounds just like Captain Arthur Lembright of Let’s Go Fishing!
Join Capt. Arthur on board of his impressive 50’ Wilkinson saltwater fisherman. She’s quite the beast on the waves, powered by twin Detroit engines, each producing a whopping 800 HP. They allow the boat to cruise at a maximum speed of 21 knots, impressive for her size. You’ll get no discomfort coming your way while on board of Capt. Arthur’s boat. A private bathroom, shower, kitchen, and bed are there to give you a break from the reel-screaming action. Don’t worry about the heat either, the cabin is fully air-conditioned.
She’s equipped with everything needed to give you an edge over the local fish. A flybridge for spotting, a live bait tank to keep your bait as appetizing as possible. Outriggers and downriggers will extend your reach when trolling and allow for more lines in the water. When you finally hook a big one, strap in a fighting chair! The captain also provides snorkeling equipment, in case you want to take a mid-trip dip.
There’s a first mate on board who will clean and fillet your catch as well as assist you in any way possible, gratuity is very appreciated (20% is customary).
The captain will provide you with all the equipment you may need, top-tier brands like Shimano and Penn. Infants aren’t allowed on board and parents should take care of their kids while on a trip.
If you’re ready for some sea-spray in your face and a tight line in the water, book a trip with Let’s Go Fishing and see just why Florida’s waters are world-class!
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Wilkinson (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1997, and restored in 2015. Powered by 2 800HP Detroit engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 21 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since April 2018