Southwest Florida is famous for its backwater fishing and Old Marco Charters’ enviable position on Marco island lets them exploit the various fishing grounds the area has to offer. Close to the Everglades National Park, the 10,000 Islands and Rookery Bay Preserve, they’re just a short boat ride from some of the state’s most tranquil and productive fishing grounds. Regardless of weather conditions, there is almost always a calm place to fish in the vicinity.
Old Marco Charters offer professional guided fishing trips and sightseeing tours with a USCG certified captain aboard a custom built 22 ft Frontier center console. The boat is equipped with everything you need for inshore fishing, with a wireless trolling motor, spacious live bait tanks and a variety of fish finding electronics. Frontier boats are known for offering a dry ride and have plenty of space for up to four anglers on board.
Every day the boat leaves the legendary Stan’s Idle Hour restaurant in the small historic fishing village of Goodland on the southernmost tip of Marco Island. Fishing trips will involve traveling into the tranquil backwaters of Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands and then fishing the mangrove shorelines with live bait. Whether you want to fish with fly fishing gear or spinning tackle, Capt. Tim will provide all the gear you need for a productive fishing trip. You can expect to fish for a variety of inshore species including Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Trout, Snapper, Grouper and Sharks.
Whether you are an avid fisherman or have never held a fishing pole in your life, Old Marco Charter Fishing will get you out exploring the beautiful waters of Marco Island. When you’re done fishing you can have your catch cooked as soon as it comes off the fillet table at Stan’s. It doesn’t get any fresher than that.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Frontier (Center console) originally built in 2014. Powered by a 150HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since December 2015