Apalachee Inshore Charters - St.Marks offers professional inshore fishing in the Apalachee Bay. Lying on the northeastern edge of the Gulf of Mexico, these waters are home to various species with a strong bite. Redfish, Spotted Sea Trout, Sheepshead, Blackdrum, Tarpon - diversity to satiate any angler’s palate.
You will go fishing with Captain Snow who knows just how fishing is done in these waters. He can be found around the bay, and provides spot-on service to fishermen of all levels. If you would like to go fishing from another place, check out Captain’s other listings - just scroll down and click on his name.
You’ll fish onboard a 19’ Polar center console restored in 2016. She is powered by a 115 HP Yamaha engine, and can reach speeds of up to 40 knots. Four anglers who come onboard will have enough space for fishing. To keep you on track, the boat is equipped with reliable navigation equipment. She has a wireless trolling motor to give you plenty of speed.
Apalachee Inshore Charters brings real action in St.Marks. You will get to try drift fishing, catching fish on the fly, do jigging, popping, or spinning. Go around backcountry waters, or head nearshore - Captain will help you with the tide and season. You can look for a sheer variety of inshore fish, and Captain Snow knows how to get you to hot spots.
Your fishing gear is waiting for you onboard, along with lures and live bait. The licence is taken care of, so you can just focus on the real deal. You will get to keep the fish you land.
Before you head out, grab your shades, caps and sun protection. Dress according to the weather. Prepare your snacks and have them with drinks served on the boat.
Bring your angling companions, family and friends, and come enrich your fishing experience. Whether a rookie, veteran or enthusiast, you will surely have an exciting time!
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Polar (Center console) originally built in 2000, and restored in 2016. Powered by a 115HP Yama engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.