Everglades City Fishing Charters

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Everglades City: 105 fishing charters available

Waterboy Charters – 22’ Pathfinder
Waterboy Charters – 22’ Pathfinder
 State licensed

Everglades City • 22 ft • 4 persons

Season is here and so are the fish!! Don’t wait, Book Now as the calendar is filling up fast! There is no better time to go on an inshore fishing trip with Waterboy Charters in the Everglades National Park/Ten Thousand Islands.

"My 88 year old Dad and I went fishing with Capt Bobby. He was amazing and patient with my father as well as engaging with both of us." —⁠ Jim,
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trips fromUS $500
Waterboy Charters – 18' Shallow Sport
Waterboy Charters – 18' Shallow Sport
 State licensed

Everglades City • 18 ft • 3 persons

Season is here and so are the fish!! Don’t wait, book now as the calendar is filling up fast! There is no better time to go on an inshore fishing trip with Waterboy Charters in the Everglades National Park/Ten Thousand Islands.

"We had a fantastic time fishing with Captain Slade and caught tons of fish, reaching our limit on keeper seatrout." —⁠ Elijah,
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trips fromUS $350
Seafoam Charters
Seafoam Charters
 State licensed

Everglades City • 18 ft • 3 persons

Spend the day with Seafoam Charters and find out what the fishing in Everglades City is all about!

"Had a fantastic morning excursion with Capt Slade and two of my kids." —⁠ Corey,
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trips fromUS $350
Sea Drogue Charters
Sea Drogue Charters
 State licensed

Everglades City • 23 ft • 4 persons

If you plan on fishing in Everglades City and the 10000 Thousand Islands, look no further than Sea Drogue Charters.

"Never seen a captain like Garrett. Constantly working to get on fish, and incredibly knowledgeable and a great teacher." —⁠ Max,
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trips fromUS $600
Everglades City Fishing Charters
Everglades City Fishing Charters
 State licensed

Everglades City • 22 ft • 4 persons

Everglades City has a fish with your name on it, so let Everglades City Fishing Charters help you catch it!

"Drove down to Everglades City from Lakeland, Florida with our friend from Alaska." —⁠ Colin,
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trips fromUS $550
Everglades Fishing Adventures
Everglades Fishing Adventures
 State licensed

Everglades City • 22 ft • 4 persons

Come and enjoy your day on the beautiful waters of the Everglades National Park and the 10,000 islands!

"Had some laughs. Caught a few fish. Nice day. It’s called fishing not catching." —⁠ David,
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trips fromUS $550
Steady Fishing Charters
Steady Fishing Charters

Everglades City • 24 ft • 4 persons

When it comes to fishing in the Everglades, Steady Fishing Charters’ name says it all!

"Very easy to book and Captain Travis very pleasant to set up the trip." —⁠ William, PA
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trips fromUS $550
Captain Rapps Charters
Captain Rapps Charters
 State licensed

Everglades City • 24 ft • 4 persons

Ready to catch some fish in Everglades National Park and 10,000 Islands?

"Captain Brandon is an amazing captain and fisherman! Super patient, knows how to spot a good fishing place and helping everyone of the bot to have a blast fishing." —⁠ Danielle,
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trips fromUS $550
Capt Josh Minton Guide Service
Capt Josh Minton Guide Service
 State licensed

Ochopee • 23 ft • 4 persons

Capt Josh Minton Guide Service invites you to experience the waterways and fishing through the Everglades National Park and 10,000 islands.
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trips fromUS $550
 State licensed

Everglades City • 22 ft • 5 persons

When it comes down to the finest angling in and around the 10,000 Islands, Old Florida Guide Service is your best choice.

"Caught 75 fish in one day with 8 different species. Spent time exploring one of the small islands which was cool." —⁠ Robert,
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trips fromUS $550
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Fishing in Everglades City

Located at the mouth of the Barron River on Chokoloskee Bay, you’ll find one of the few places where you can truly connect with nature while staying close to some of Florida’s big cities. With luscious mangrove forests and abundant flats, fishing in Everglades City is a unique adventure best experienced first hand. With access to prolific brackish waters, as well as rich saltwaters, this is a truly versatile fishery.

Known as the “Stone Crab Capital of the World,” Everglades is a must-visit if you want to get some delicious crabs cooked to perfection. There’s no shortage of fish species you can target either, as these waters are teeming with the likes of Tarpon, Pompano, Bass, Snook, Mangrove Snapper, Grouper, Ladyfish, Speckled Trout, Shark, and Tripletail.

Make the most of the amazing backwater fishing by booking a half day trip and exploring the Chokoloskee Bay. These are great trips for the whole family that can spice up your vacation. A full day trip will take the more experienced anglers further out to Gulf-facing waters with more flats and mangrove islands. If you have the time, visit the famous Ten Thousand Islands for some more action!

Surrounded by water on all sides, finding a fishing charter in Everglades City is as easy as it can be. With an area size of just 1.2 square miles, you’ll find a boat wherever you turn. You can also head down to the famous Chokoloskee Island and take your pick. No matter where you choose to depart from, the fishing action is epic!

Rules & Regulations

Booking a fishing charter will cover your license when it comes to saltwater fishing. However, if you’re interested in freshwater fishing, you’ll need to buy a Florida fishing license in advance. Note that some species fall under strict regulations, so choosing a reputable captain is the best way to make sure you’re fishing legally.

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Everglades City Fishing Seasons

January

The waters are excellent for Amberjack, Sunshine Bass, Red, Black, and Gag Grouper, Kingfish, and Lane Snapper. Lows of  53°F and highs of 75°F will keep things fast-paced.

February

Come down to the Everglades City Seafood Festival for a three-day event of music, food, and fun. Largemouth Bass action heats up now, and the Amberjack and Grouper action continues.

March

Join the locals at the Calusa Days event, showcasing 1,000 years of history, for a family day out. Or,  how about the Big Cypress Shootout reenactment? This is the last month for Amberjack, Black and Gag Grouper.

April

Jack Crevalle is awesome now, and Cobia is great for the month. Goliath Grouper and Spotted Seatrout get active. This is the last month for Sunshine Bass and Flounder until September.

May

Temperatures can reach 86°F so dress appropriately. Peacock Bass, Permit, and Shark fishing are getting exciting now. Snook are everywhere as they fatten up for the spawning season.

June

Mutton Snapper is biting hot, with species such as Barracuda and Goliath Grouper continuing to be awesome. Careful of the mosquitoes and no-see-ums – you’ll need plenty of bug repellant.

July

Snook continues being hot to catch as Tarpon has its last month of greatness. Thunderstorms are more likely to affect you getting out on the water this month.

August

This is the last month for epic Peacock Bass, Shark, Bluegill, and Permit hook-ups. Snook and Redear Sunfish are still great. Temperatures are reaching 89°F with over two weeks of rain expected.

September

Join in with “Hook’em in the Glades,” a fishing fundraiser tournament to support the local Everglades City School in their academic and athletic opportunities. Largemouth Bass, Sunshine Bass, and Cobia are picking up again.

October

The Miami Attractions Month of buy-one, get-one-free, will reach the Everglades too. As well as many attractions further up north, you can visit the Everglades National Park. Stone Crab season opens on October 15.

November

Black and Gag Grouper, Pompano, Ladyfish, and Lane Snapper all heat up again as the weather cools off. Head to the oyster bars for the best chance of catching Snook.

December

Amberjack and Black Crappie come back into focus, with King Mackerel and Largemouth Bass staying active still. Try to cast close to the mangroves, especially any fallen ones, for the best bite.

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Top Types of Fishing in Everglades City

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