There is no better time to go on an inshore fishing trip with Waterboy Charters in the Everglades National Park / Ten Thousand Islands. Captain Bobby Johnson is ready and waiting to show you a fantastic time out on the water.
Capt. Bobby has been fishing his whole life, born and raised in the Everglades, and knows where to take you to get the most out of your trip.
You’ll spend the day on a 22’ Pathfinder. This beautiful boat can fit you and 3 fishing friends. This vessel also has a 250 HP Yamaha V-Max engine. Pair this with the full navigational equipment, including fishfinder, and you’ll be on top of the fish before you know it. The wireless trolling motor on board will also give you that extra edge in chasing down your prey.
Species you’ll be targeting include Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Red Grouper, and Spotted Seatrout. Tarpon is a great species for testing your fishing skills – the Silver King puts up a fight once hooked, and in over 60% of cases will break free. Reel this in to get complete bragging rights!
A variety of techniques will be used on this trip, from trolling to jigging and popping. Whatever your skill level, there is a fish out there with your name on it. Children are more than welcome on board and life vests are provided. For their comfort, the captain recommends bringing your own though.
Included in the price are top quality Penn rods and reels, and all bait and tackle. Live bait is usually caught before the trip, but if you’d like to be a part of that process, then let the captain know before the trip. Filleting of any catch within the limits and season will be filleted after the trip. Capt. Bobby will also let you know the best restaurants to take your catch to be cooked.
You are welcome to bring food and drink along, which can go in the captain’s cooler on board.
Book now and start making some amazing memories with Waterboy Charters – you’re sure to come back time and time again.
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Pathfinder (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 2003. Powered by a 250HP Yamaha V-Max engine.