Jawsome Inc invites you on a fishing trip around the rich waters off Cape Coral, FL. These waterways are filled with fish year-round and you will get an experienced captain to help you out and help you land or catch and release impressive fish.
No matter how skilled you are, one thing’s for sure—these fish are worthy adversaries. You will be fishing for Sharks, Cobia, Snapper and Red Grouper, and the legendary Goliath Grouper. It’s top water and bottom fishing action aboard the same vessel.
Speaking of which, you will be fishing from a 26’ Sea Cat Manta catamaran that’s powered by twin 130 HP Honda four stroke engines. She can reach speeds of up to 45 knots and give you a quick ride to offshore fisheries. The boat can take up to six anglers. The vessel is fitted with GPS and a fishfinder, has outriggers, a live bait well, and a rage of rods and reels.
Captain David grew up in South Africa, fishing with his dad and uncle the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, after which he did some freshwater fishing. Now, he explores Florida’s waterways and enjoys having fellow anglers onboard.
Whether your trip takes you fishing for Sharks or grappling with Goliath Grouper, or instead for juicy tablefare around offshore bottom fisheries, you will have all the gear you need. The captain will supply live bait before the trip. Please remember that Goliath and Shark fishing trips are catch and release only. Departure times are flexible and kids are welcome to join the chase—just bring life jackets for youngsters under 10.
You should pack food, beverages, sunscreen, a cap, sunglasses, and adequate clothes for the trip and the weather. Make sure to bring a camera and a get a good angler of that Grouper. Book your spot in time and come have a vacation to long remember!
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Sea Cat Manta (Catamaran) originally built in 1991, and restored in 2013. Powered by 2 130HP Honda 4 Stroke engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 45 knots.