Calusa Tales Charters invites you down to Fort Myers to enjoy the outdoors like no other. Join Captain James Bryan, a local guide with extensive knowledge of these waters, and let him take you to the area’s finest mangrove and island shorelines, grass flats, and backcountry waters. His charters are very family-friendly and kids are more than welcome.
Whether you are looking for a day out full of exciting adventures and a lot of fish or just want to relax and wet a line, there is a trip for you. Get your hands on Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Snook, and Mangrove Snapper. Head out for Cobia, Black Drum, and Tripletail.
Or spend your day chasing the elusive Tarpon. Known for its strength and acrobatic jumps, the Silver King is a great target for those who want to bow to them or test their angling skills. The pleasure is seasonal so don’t miss it when it’s hot!
Calusa Tales Charters will take you out aboard a newly refurbished 19’ Action Craft Flatsmaster boat. Built specifically for those shallow waters, this vessel can comfortably take up to 3 anglers. This shallow water skiff gives allows you access to locations and fish larger boats are unable to access, also allowing for more exploring. The boat comes powered by a 135 HP Mercury four-stroke engine. There are all Lowrance GPS and fish finder, as well as a VHF radio and a radar. The boat is rigged with a Minn-Kota Riptide wireless trolling motor, a live well, and a Yeti75 icebox.
All trips come with the use of St Croix TideMaster Inshore rods, live bait, hard and soft baits, a fishing license, bottled water, and a complimentary fish cleaning service.
Calusa Tales Charters are here to not only put you on the fish, but also to teach those wanting to learn more about inshore saltwater fishing.
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About this listing
Action Craft Flatsmaster (Flats boat) originally built in 2014. Powered by a 115HP 2018 Mercury PROXS 115 4 Stroke engine.
Types of Fishing
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Fort Myers Fishing Calendar
The Redfish bite has continued to get better week after week. The Snook are still around, but the Reds have certainly very aggressive. As always working a moving tide has increased the odds or working mangrove lines with live… Read Full Report →