There are 33,600 species of fish on Earth; which is about how many questions you probably have if you’ve never been on a fishing charter before. Fishing charters are a great experience for the whole family.
To better understand this great experience, here are some of the most common questions when booking a fishing charter in Pensacola Beach, FL.
Nope! You do not need any previous experience to have a great time on one of our Pensacola fishing charters. However, it does help when you’re trying to catch the fish.
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a thing or two.
We can’t guarantee that you will catch a fish. There are way too many variables to consider in order to say for sure.
All of our rates include up to three people. If you’d like to bring more than that, there is an additional charge for each person. Our boat accommodates up to six people. If you want to bring more than six, we can help you arrange that.
Prices include everything. This means gas, tackle, license, bait, ice, fish cleaning, and bagging.
You don’t have to tip. It is highly appreciated if you decide to! 10-20% is the customary amount to tip!
Our boat is a 2020 25ft Everglades 253cc equipped with a 300HP Yamaha engine. It also has a T-top, so you’ll be able to step out of the sun when it is extra hot.
It is recommended that you bring sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, a hat, and a camera. You may also want to bring some snacks and refreshments. There will be a cooler with ice for you to store your drinks.
There is no bathroom on the boat. However, there are often bathrooms located at the boat ramps that we will be fishing near or picking you up from. This is all dependent on where we are fishing though.
The only people who are required to wear a lifejacket on our boat are children under the age of six. There will be enough lifejackets on board for everyone of all sizes as required by law.
Yes! You will be the only party on board during your Pensacola Beach fishing charters. These are completely private charters.
Weather cancellations are at the discretion of the boat captain. Fish still bite in the rain! If the weather is unsafe such as lightning, heavy downpours, or high winds, we will make the greatest effort to reschedule.