It’s time to head to Ponce Inlet for some awesome fishing with Limitless Fishing Charters. Captain Matt has been fishing his entire life and is a local to the area. He knows all the best places to take you for the most productive day out. He is great with beginner anglers and will have you reeling in a fish in no time.
Step on board his 18’ East Cape skiff. This is a top boat for fishing shallow waters, as it has a wireless trolling motor to let you get closer to your prey. It also offers up ample sight fishing opportunities! Children over 4 are welcome on board, too – just make sure you bring life vests for them.
You can expect to catch a range of species, such as Snook, Redfish, Flounder, Sheepshead, Bluefish, and Mangrove Snapper. Tarpon also call these waters home – the “Silver King” will really test your skills! Tarpon is strictly catch and release, so if you catch one over 40 inches it must stay in the water for its photograph.
Everything you need to have a successful day of fishing is included in the price of your trip. This covers your rods and reels for the day, as well as the fishing license for your whole group. Your captain will prepare live bait for you beforehand, so no time is wasted on the trip. There is also drinking water available on board for you. After the trip, Capt. Matt will fillet your catch for you.
You’re welcome to bring food and other drinks on board. These can go into the captain’s cooler on board. Don’t forget your sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat!
Book a trip with Limitless Fishing Charters today for an unforgettable adventure that the whole family will love and talk about for years to come. You’ll be hooked on fishing after a day out with Capt. Matt!
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Catch cleaning & filleting
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About the Captain
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Sea Hunt (Bay boat) originally built in 2013. Powered by a 300HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 42 knots.
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