If you are looking to experience the 10,000 Islands in ways not everyone has, Water Time Inshore Fishing is your best choice. From backcountry creeks to nearshore wrecks, you will be able to explore some of Florida’s most productive fishing grounds.
Captain Brad Buczko grew up devoting all his time to learning this uncharted area and mastering these prolific waters. His goal is to put you on fish and help you create memories that will last a lifetime.
Brad will take you out aboard his 23’ Pathfinder boat, which was built in 2018. This spacious vessel can cruise at a hair-raising speed of 60 knots thanks to its 250 HP Yamaha engine. The boat can accommodate up to 4 anglers to fish in comfort and style. All you have to do is hop onboard and enjoy the ride!
Check the bite in the 10,000 Islands or head up to 9 miles out. Fish the backcountry waters of the Everglades, explore the vast grass flats, wrecks, and artificial and man-made reefs.
Get your hands on anything that is in season and biting, including anything from Jack Crevalle, Permit, and Snook to Tarpon, Mangrove Snapper, Black Drum, Gag and Red Grouper, Ladyfish, Weakfish, Redfish, and even Sharks.
All trips with Water Time Inshore fishing are all-inclusive; you will only need to bring your own snacks and drinks.
Please note, that a discounted rate is available for 1st response workers on the half day trip. This is offered to parties that are fire, EMS, police, and military workers. Proof of ID is obligatory to qualify for this special rate.
So what are you waiting for? Join the captain and get some WATER TIME!
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Pathfinder (Performance fishing) originally built in 2018. Powered by a 250HP Yamaha engine.
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