What to expect on an inshore fishing charter

A typical inshore charter will be 4, 6, or 8 hours long and we will make multiple stops along the way fishing different locations in the Tampa Bay area. Areas we will fish are grass flats, ledges, oyster bars, mangroves, beaches, docks, bridges, and more.

Target species will vary based on time of year but common species we catch are snook, tarpon, redfish, trout, flounder, sheepshead, cobia, mackerel, snapper, tripletail, grouper, pompano, jack crevalle,plus many more species.  Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to see what we are catching currently

Bait

-Live bait will always be provided unless you would like to focus on artificial techniques (please let me know in advance if you would rather use artificial baits).

-Live bait will typically consist of pinfish, shrimp, crabs, and white bait (green backs, pilchards, shad, etc.)

Tackle

-All tackle will be provided at no additional cost.

-Tackle will typically consist of spinning rods with live bait set-ups.

-Capt Zack will take care of tying all knots, baiting all hooks, and unhooking all fish unless you would rather do it yourself. He will also teach you how he does all of this if you would like to learn or if you would rather just sit back and catch fish we can do that too!

What to bring (recommended)

-A positive attitude and a desire to have a great time on the water!

-Hat

-Polarized sunglasses

-Sunscreen

-Proper attire based on weather conditions (Feel free to contact Capt. Zack for recommendations)

-Any food, drinks, or snacks you may want. Alcohol is acceptable but no glass please

Call (727)656-2373 or CLICK HERE to book your inshore fishing charter today!

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