Inshore Fishing Charters

Half Day ( 8am - 12pm ) $495.00
Full Day ( 8am - 3pm ) $745.00


Fish for Snook, Redfish, Trout, and the fast Pompano near the Beach and Back Country.


“Inshore fishing” (also referred to as “back bay fishing,” “backwater fishing” and “bay fishing”) in Southwest Florida describes the inland bodies of water, such as bays, creeks, harbors, and lagoons, that are situated between the barrier Islands and the mainland of Florida.

With shallow waters often less than 5 feet in depth, inshore fishings is a calming experience even on the windiest of days. If your concerned about a party member becoming sea sick or who is uncomfortable in open water, this is the recommended trip.

Although the waters are calm the fish can still get big and provide an exciting challenge. The shallow, fertile waters that make up the southwest cost of Florida are all part of one of the largest saltwater estuaries in North America. These waters are virtually teeming with life.

Thousands of miles of mangrove shorelines, thick turtle and manatee grasses and boundless shallow oyster flats help support an entire ecosystem ranging from shrimp, crabs, and mullet to Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, sharks, and so much more.

Common Catches:


Snook, Redfish, Trout, and Pompano.

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