Imagine telling your friends and family that you overcame a Shark! That’s what you’ll get after a day with Capt Jojo in the Tampa Bay. The bay’s rivers and creeks are home to a range of these lethal creatures that can grow up to 12 feet, so prepare to use all your strength to reel one in. A 6th generation Floridian and 3rd generation captain on these waters, Captain Joseph Brandenburg can’t wait to show you the amazing fishery on offer.
To handle the weight of these monsters, you’re gonna need a strong and steady boat. You’ll have no trouble keeping your balance aboard the 24’ T-Craft, specially customized to fish the shallow waters. Powered by a 150 HP Mercury motor, you’ll follow the Sharks around the winding waterways in comfort and at speed. With a flybridge on board, you’ll have an unrestricted glimpse of the waters, ensuring that you’ll only fish the sweetest spots.
Fish the flats, backcountry, and even head offshore to target Hammerhead Sharks. While inshore, go after anything from Bonnethead, to Nurse, and even Bull Shark. These deadly creatures are as heavy as 330 pounds, so prepare for the fight of your life as you reel one in. Fish with Penn and Shimano gear, troll, handline, pop, spin, or even kite fish to attract the bite. In the shallow waters, you can even try bow or spearfishing for assured success!
Everyone dreams of safely seeing a Shark up close, and with trips ranging from 4 to 8 hours, you can make your dream come true. All the important safety and navigational equipment is on board, so get ready for a carefree day. The first mate will help even the most inexperienced to make their first catch, so everyone is guaranteed a good day out with Capt Jojo’s Shark Fishing. Come aboard to make some unforgettable memories.
Capt. Jojo is proud to offer a “No Fish, No Pay!” guarantee aboard each of his charters. Located close to the Apollo Beach area? He’ll happily pick you up from Lands End Marina, too.
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T-Craft (Bay boat) originally built in 1983, and restored in 2018. Powered by a 225HP yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots.