Captain Danny supplies everything you need, including:
- Boat, Fuel, Ramp Fees, Insurance
- Tackle, Lures, and Bait
- Cooler with ice
- Fishing License
You should bring the following:
- Sun protective clothing
- Non-Marking Shoes
- Sunscreen (please not the spray bottle type)
- Food, Beverages, and bottled Water
Price includes 1-2 anglers. $50 for each additional angler up to 4 persons.
*certain situations will allow 5 anglers
*No Charge for children 12 and under up to 5 anglers
* Kids are always welcome and there is no minimum age limit but please assess your child’s comfort level with boating. Children 6 years and younger will be required to wear a coast guard approved PFD at all times. Due to insurance regulations, you must bring your own PFD for children six years and younger.
What if I’m a Beginner?If you are an inexperienced fisherman or wanting to bring a child don't be discouraged because there are miles of pristine beaches and acres of secluded backcountry that provide limitless opportunities for beginning or advanced anglers. Everyone starts somewhere and we would love it if you did it with us.
Cape Coral Fishing Charters
Please Note. All fishing charters are NOT the same. We have over 20 years guiding experience, 50 plus tournament wins and use only the best equipment. Guaranteed fish!! That’s what we do!
January – March
4 Hours $ 450*
6 Hours $ 650*
8 Hours $ 800*
April – July
6 Hours $750**
12 Hours $1400**
4 Hours $ 450*
6 Hours $ 650*
8 Hours $ 800*
*No Fish-No Pay Guarantee!!! If you don’t catch a gamefish on one of my Cape Coral fishing Charters backcountry/flats trips the trip is free! Guaranteed! No questions asked!*
** Due to high demand for Tarpon Fishing I only run 6 hour trips from April thru July and these trips are $750. They run from 7:00am-1:00pm and 2:00pm-8:00pm.**
Looking for Cape Coral Fishing Charters?
Cape Coral fishing charters offer some of Southwest Florida’s premier fishing! Matlacha Pass forms the far western end and with its proximity to Pine Island Sound and Charlotte Harbor it couldn’t be a more ideal location to catch fish!
Matlacha Pass is a very shallow body of water located on the far western side of Cape Coral. It offers miles of oyster bars, grass flats and mangrove shorelines making it a shallow water fisherman’s paradise. Tarpon, snook, redfish and many other species all call this area home, giving anglers a variety of fishing opportunities.
Pine Island Sound is a 22 mile long relatively shallow body of water that runs from Charlotte Harbor to Sanibel Island. Redfish roam the flats for most of the year and speckled trout are found in the deeper potholes and sloughs. Snook live in the sound year round and spawn along the beaches and passes in summer. Tarpon also use Pine Island sound to rest and feed while preparing for their annual spawn.
Charlotte Harbor is the second largest open bay in Florida. It is fed by two main rivers, the Peace river and Myakka river, which both empty into its northern most end. The middle of the harbor averages about 12-16 feet in depth with a number of slightly deeper holes over 20ft. It provides prime habitat for Tarpon, large sharks, Goliath Grouper and many other commonly sought species. Combined with miles of mangrove shorelines and acres grass flats it offers anglers some of the best fishing in the world!
Want more info about Tarpon Fishing?
Cape Coral is only minutes from some of the best tarpon fishing anywhere! In fact, this area is considered by many to be the “Tarpon Capital of the World”. Tarpon usually begin their annual migration in early April as they prepare for their annual spawn. This is an amazing event that attracts thousands of hungry tarpon to the area and allow anglers countless opportunities to hook a giant tarpon!
On Cape Coral fishing charters we catch Tarpon from April thru September. This means Tarpon fishing charters are available over 6 months out of the year.
Want more info about Snook and Redfish?
Cape Coral fishing charters offer some of the best Snook and Redfish fishing in the world!
In the early spring months Snook emerge from their winter homes ready to eat after enduring the cooler water temperatures of winter. Their appetite continues throughout Spring and Summer as they eat ravenously preparing to spawn.
Redfish are here in abundance also and are targeted almost daily. My favorite time is late summer and early fall as large spawning schools move in from the Gulf of Mexico.
The best part about this area is that we catch Snook and Redfish all year long. Yes, you heard right. We catch Snook and Redfish all year long and wear shorts and flip flops in the middle of winter!