What To Know Before We Go

Some of you are probably already fishing and have an idea of how this all works but just for the sake of putting it out there, let’s go over some things you may need to know before we hit the water.

Trips are only for one angler – two max. My boat isn’t designed to carry any more people.

The State of Florida requires you to have a Fishing License. If you are from out of town you can look into a Temporary Fishing License.

I will assume you have that covered before we venture out on the fishing trip.

What I Provide

Half Day / Full Day Trip

1 Angler

2nd Angler (Add $25.00)

Rods, Reels, Net & Equipment

Boat & Gas

Artificial Baits

Live Bait “If Purchased”

Ice & Waters

What You Provide

Showing up on time

Hat & Sunglasses

UV Protective Clothing


Food, Snacks & Drinks

Your Own Rods & Reels (if you choose)

Rain Gear (if needed)

No Alcohol

Deposits and Refunds

All trips require a deposit to secure the date and time. A deposit of $150 will be made when booking the trip via internet transaction to solidify confirmation. If you cancel your trip within 72 hours of the date confirmed you can get the deposit back.

If for any reason you do not cancel in the allowed time frame deposits are non-refundable. If for any reason you do not show up for the trip, deposits are non-refundable.

If you are ready to book now please visit the trip of your interest and fill out the form to begin booking your fishing trip.

Peacock Bass Fishing

South Florida has some awesome lakes for Peacock Bass. You might even hook into Clown Knife Fish, Largemouth Bass and more all on the same trip. See the list of lakes below.

Fish For Peacock

Largemouth Bass Fishing

Fresh water fishing in South Florida can always lead to a big fish experience. Home to some of the best lakes in the nation for largemouth bass. Check the list of lakes below.

Fish For Largemouth Bass