Take a trip with Sea Stalker Charters for an unforgettable experience in Stuart, Florida. This is Florida’s ‘Treasure Coast’, an area renowned for its beauty and pristine waters.
As you start to cruise along the seven-mile stretch of estuary as the St Lucie River meets the Atlantic Ocean, you will most likely notice that the coastal river systems are interconnected. Travel along the waterways to see how North Fork flows south into Martin County from St Lucie County and joins the South Fork (which used to be called the Halpatiokee River) to create the main St Lucie River at the northern part of the Sewall’s Point peninsula. This beautiful conglomeration of waters runs into the Indian River Lagoon before joining the Atlantic Ocean. Sea Stalker Charters will guide you around this whole water system, showing you the best places to fish as well as the local sights and wildlife.
Sea Stalker Charters is a customer-centric charter service that will go the extra mile to make sure you are getting what you want out of your trip. If you want to fish inshore for Trout, Redfish, and Tarpon, Captain FG Stalker will be happy to oblige. Otherwise, he can take you offshore to fish for mighty Goliath Groupers, Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel, Cobia, and Sailfish, as long as the conditions offshore are good enough for everyone to be able to enjoy the trip in safety.
High quality tackle and lures are provided in the trip price, and the captain will also provide ice cold bottled water for everyone in your group. Live bait is an additional fee, coming in at $12/doz. for Pilchards, Greenies, and Sardines (5 doz used on 1/2 to 3/4 day charters) and $125/doz. for goggle eyes (used primarily to target Sailfish and other pelagic species) (1 doz. used).
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Triton LTS 220 (Bay boat) originally built in 2004. Powered by a 200HP Yamaha HPDI engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.