Frequently Asked Questions

Yes you do. In 2019 Congress changed the rules on National Park entrance fees for all National Parks. If you or anyone in your group has the America the Beautiful Pass, Senior Pass, Access Pass, Military Pass or the Everglades Park Pass you are already covered for entrance into the Park. Below are two sites for more info. These should be purchased the day of your trip.

No. We depend a lot on wild animals and on the weather to cooperate with us. We work very hard to get you on the fish. However, there are some factors that are just beyond our control. We do try to make sure that we only take you fishing when the conditions are right for success but on rare occasion, things just don’t work out — despite our best efforts. Rarely do we get skunked and not catch fish, but sometimes we just don’t catch that one certain fish that you wanted.
No. However, there are many different ways to take care of your bathroom needs. You should not worry about this. We will make sure you are taken care of.
  • Guide
  • Rods
  • Tackle
  • Licenses
  • Bait
  • Canned drinking Water
  • Ice
  • Fish cleaning
There is a maximum of 6 people per boat. We do have multiple boats so we can handle large groups.
Yes. However, we ask that you drink in moderation for your safety. We do ask that you bring canned as opposed to bottled beverages. Smoking legal substances is not a problem.
If you cancel outside of 7 days or your charter, your deposit will be refunded. If you cancel within 7 days of your scheduled charter, you will forfeit your deposit.
Tipping is not required. However, if you feel we did our job of providing you with the best possible charter, tips from 15-25% are not unusual and very much appreciated.
Yes! All military, Coast Guard, and police officers are given a discount for charters.Thank you for your service. Please call for details.