Pine Island Fishing Charters

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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**

August – December

4 Hours          $ 450*
6 Hours          $ 650*
8 Hours          $ 800*

*No Fish-No Pay Guarantee!!! If you don’t catch a game-fish on one of our  inshore/flats trips the trip is free! Guaranteed! No questions asked!*

 **  Due to high demand for Tarpon Fishing we 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 Pine Island Fishing Charters?

Pine Island has a wonderful small town atmosphere. No traffic lights and you can expect to experience a very laid back attitude from the locals with no hustle and bustle, just peaceful serenity and world class fishing.  It is just a stone’s throw away from a number of beautiful flats that Snook, Redfish, and Tarpon all call home. Fishing on Pine Island fishing charters is great for all ages and skill levels.  If you just want to get out and catch some fish we would probably recommend fishing the back country flats of Pine Island Sound and Matlacha Pass. If you fancy trying something a little more challenging Tarpon, Sharks and Goliath Grouper are all only a short boat ride away and ready to offer you the fight of a lifetime.

Is the fishing on Pine Island Fishing Charters really that good?

Absolutely! The Pine Island area offers some of the best fishing around. Acres and acres of fabulous grass flats and the Gulf of Mexico just minutes away you couldn’t ask for a more ideal fishing location. Miles of pristine beaches and acres of secluded back-country provide limitless opportunities that will satisfy even the most demanding of anglers.

What about Tarpon?

Pine Island Sound is probably one of the best tarpon fishing areas in all of Southwest Florida. Tarpon migrate back and forth through this area not only for their annual spawn but also looking for food. It’s unique offering of passes, channel edges and grass flats give anglers every availability to target these great game-fish. If you find yourself facing a bunch of tarpon while fishing Pine Island Sound chance are something great is about to happen!


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