No Complaints Charters LLC
Calm and relaxing – the backwaters of the Florida Keys offer an unbeatable respite from the daily grind. Get out and explore these productive fishing grounds with No Complaints Charters. Offering a fun, supportive fishing experience for anglers of all levels, they’ll make your inshore fishing dreams come true.
Let Captain K.C. Stuart show you the wonders out of Key Largo. Having fished these waters, all the way up to the Everglades, since 2001, he knows all the best spots and the best techniques to reel in some serious game fish. He loves sharing his experience with others and promises to show you the stunning nature as well as the fantastic fishing.
Hop aboard the 18’ Speedcraft bay boat to explore these prolific shallow waters. A light vessel, she’s not only comfortable in staying afloat in even the skinniest of waters, but will reach speeds of up to 35 knots thanks to the 115 HP Yamaha engine. Equipped with a live bait well stocked with bait for your trip, and with plenty of space for 2 guests, you can expect to be reeling in fish all day long.
Snook, Permit, Jack Crevalle, Bonefish, Redfish, and even Tarpon inhabit these productive waters. These tough-fighting fish are the envy of anglers all over the world, so get your fish on and show off your skills. You’ll be sight fishing in the crystal clear waters, practicing catch and release on these exciting fish. If you’re desperate to take home one of your catches, the captain will allow for it – just make sure it’s legal!
Capt. K.C. wants to encourage people of all ages to take up fishing and enjoy the outdoor life. Bring your child along to get hooked on fishing, and the captain will do whatever he can to make it a pleasurable experience. Bring a cooler full of your own snacks and drinks and make the most of your day aboard No Complaints Charters LLC.
Fishing License Included
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Speedcraft (Flats boat) originally built in 1998. Powered by a 115HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.