Blue Cyclone Inland Charters is run by Captain Chris Holleman and offers light tackle inshore fishing trips in the St. Johns River/Intracoastal Waterway and their backwater tributaries. Captain Chris has been on the water ever since he was eight, and will show you every nook and cranny where the best fishing happens.
You will be fishing aboard a 20’ Champion flats boat that is powered by a 200 HP Mercury ProXS engine that can have it cruising up to an impressive 43 knots. Apart from all the necessary navigation and safety gear, the boat has livewell for storing all the bait you’ll need as well as a wireless trolling motor to sneak up on unsuspecting fish.
Captain Chris specializes in inshore fishing, so you will be going into the shallow waters and flats where fish such as Redfish, Flounder, Black Bass, Trout, and Snook can be found. Both live bait and artificial lures and jigs will be used for the best results. All sorts of fishermen are welcome, doesn’t matter if you’re a veteran angler or are very new to the fishing world.
The price of the trip includes all of the necessary rods, reels, and terminal tackle. Captain Chris is sponsored by Bomber Lures and knows how important quality gear is for a good fishing trip. Feel free to bring some drinks and snacks, as well as polarized sunglasses and sunscreen for maximum comfort.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Champion (Flats boat) originally built in 2000. Powered by a 200HP Mercury ProXS engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 43 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since May 2015
Jacksonville Fishing Calendar
Larry treated his son-in-law Rob to a half day charter. I was the 1st Captain to the bait shop this morning. It's a good thing because I wiped them out of live blue crabs. The crabs were the ticket… Read Full Report →
Little rain thus far this summer has blessed us with clear salty water in the St. Johns River, the Intracoastal Waterway and their connecting tributaries. The flounder bite has been exceptional and redfish have been plentiful. See the attached… Read Full Report →