Start your fishing adventure with Fishardy Charters. There is no better way to explore the waters of St. Augustine, than with a captain who comes from a fishing family and gained his lifetime experience fishing in this area. Captain Jacob Hardy uses his skills and knowledge to make your fishing trip the happiest and safest place to be.
As safety is crucial with Capt. Jacob, he has a license with additional safety endorsements and starts every fishing trip only after a safety briefing with his guests.
Fishardy Charters strives for quality customer service and a big part of that is keeping their modern boat clean at all times. Their Canyon Bay boat was built in 2008 and it is powered by a 250 HP Evinrude engine that can reach a staggering maximum cruising speed of 55 knots. There is enough space for 5 anglers to fish at the same time.
Capt. Jacob will be happy to adjust this trip to your wishes and skills. Choose which fish you want to catch, but also ask the captain what bites the best depending on the season or time of the day. Inshore trips will give you the best chances to get Redfish, Flounder, Trout, and Sheepshead, while coastal trips are a great opportunity to reel in Kingfish, Tarpon, Redfish, Snapper, and Seabass. You will be provided with top-notch Shimano reels and St. Croix rods, and your catch will be cleaned after the trip with no extra charge.
Fishardy Charters welcomes everyone, from a 3 year old beginner to an experienced die-hard angler. Make memories that last a lifetime and a great connection to come back to again!
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About this listing
Canyon Bay Boatworks (Bay boat) originally built in 2008. Powered by a 250HP Evinrude engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 55 knots.
Types of Fishing
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St. Augustine Fishing Calendar
Fishing the past few weeks in St. Augustine has been very good. We've had consistent bites with Trout, Redfish, and Black Drum. The sheephead are also showing up in numbers since the water temperature is finally dropping. This time… Read Full Report →