941 Fishing Charters is based out of Bradenton, Florida. The company offers inshore and Tarpon-specialized trips from Tampa Bay to Sarasota Bay. The charters are run and operated by Captain Joshua Johnson, who has over fifteen years of experience fishing in this area, so he knows all the hot spots where the fish are biting. He can’t wait to put a smile on your face, and hopes to get you reeling in as many fish as possible while on board
Enjoy your trip with 941 Fishing Charters aboard a 26-foot boat, which comes powered by a 2015 250 HP Suzuki 4 stroke engine. The vessel was restored and customized in 2010 and can comfortably take up to four anglers. This is a fast boat that can take you to the fishing grounds in no time. Its navigational electronics include a GPS, a VHF radio, and a fish finder, and the anchoring system will help to stay rooted to the fishing grounds.
941 Fishing Charters will take you fishing the inshore waters, targeting a variety of exciting and delicious species. You will use light and heavy tackle, catching Redfish, Permit, King Mackerel, Sheepshead, Mangrove Snapper, Spotted Seatrout, Snook, and who knows what else you may find at the end of your line! As well as that, a special Tarpon package will satisfy the needs of any angler aching to tick the Silver King off their bucket list.
Your adventure with 941 Fishing Charters will include all the gear, bait, and knowledge you need for an enjoyable and memorable day out on the water. The Captain will provide the rods, reels, and tackle, as well as lures and live bait. Once caught, your fish will be cleaned and bagged for you at the end of the day to take home and have for dinner or fill the freezer! Experience Tampa Bay and Sarasota Bay at its fines with 941 Fishing Charters!
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Offshore (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1995, and restored in 2010. Powered by a 250HP Suzuki 4 stroke engine.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since February 2017