Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Charters, Jacksonville Deep Sea Fishing Charters located in Jacksonville, FL , St. Augustine Offshore Fishing Charters, St. Augustine Deep Sea Fishing Charters located in St. Augustine, FL. Corporate fishing charters, company fishing charters, business meeting fishing charters, corporate accomodations
Find our rates in the left hand column. Call the Captain personally if you have any questions 904-502-7408
Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Charters and Jacksonville Inshore Fishing Charters for 1-6 passengers. Licenses, Rods n' reels, tackle, and bait are all included. All you need to bring is food and drink.
Come join Captain Chad Starling and experience offshore fishing charters or inshore fishing charters in Jacksonville, Florida and/or St. Augustine, Florida.
Jacksonville Inshore Fishing includes the intracoastal waterway and the St. Johns River for Speckled Trout, Weakfish (Yellowmouth Trout), Croakers, Redfish (Red Drum), Black Drum, Sheepshead, Bluefish, Flounder, and Spanish Mackerel.
Nearshore Fishing Charters include Florida's Beaches for Tarpon, Cobia, King Mackerel, and many different species of sharks to include Hammerhead Sharks and Bull Sharks.
Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Charters will have you fishing the numerous artificial wrecks Florida offers from sunken ships, tug boats, ferry's, barges, military tanks, and airplanes. Here you could expect to catch many species of Grouper, many species of Snapper, Triggerfish, Porgies, Sharks, King Mackerel, Cobia, etc..
If you like Florida Blue Water Fishing, we also have trips out to the Gulf Stream of the Atlantic Ocean where you can catch Sailfish, Wahoo, Tuna, Mako Sharks, etc..
So come join me and give me a chance to teach you something about fishing Florida's First Coast.
Whether you choose to do a Jacksonville Inshore Fishing Charter, a Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Charter, a St Augustine Inshore Fishing Charter, or a St Augustine Offshore Fishing Charter, come fish with me nd my crew and give us a chance to teach you how to become a better Florida Fisherman.
We started off down the beach looking for live bait. We found it pretty quickly and headed offshore. We anchored down and popped a big red snapper right off the back. We sat there patiently and ended up getting our limit on the 1 spot. We moved around a little without much more to show for our efforts. We ended with our limit of red snapper up to 16lbs, and a few sea bass. Turned out to be a great day and a great crew. I look forward to the next trip. I don't normally notice it, or think about it, but for some reason I noticed my windlass and anchor ball worked great today!! They sure do make pulling the anchor a breeze.