Trips & Rates
Tampa Bay is a premiere Flats and Bay fishing destination for anglers looking to tie into Snook, Red fish, Spotted Sea Trout, and many more inshore game fish. Tampa bay is a unique place to fish because Pinellas county Forms a Peninsula; water on three sides Offering anglers with access to no only the Gulf but the Bay as well, along with the many rivers and tributaries that also line the bay, making it the perfect place to do some inshore fishing! Anglers that are looking to get out when time is limited, Tampa Bay is perfect with the many ramps close to the highways access is fast, and easy! Fishing is also often very good with in minutes of the ramps so there should be no need for those long boat ride.
1/2 Day – $600 4 hours
3/4 Day – $900 6 hours
Full Day – $1,200 8 hours
Rates are for 1-2 anglers $100 for each additional angler. 6 max
Nearshore Reef/ Shark Rates
6 hours- $1000
Rates are for 1-2 anglers, $100 for each additional.
Full Day – $1,200 (4 anglers max)
Night trip- $750 (3 anglers max)
Rates are for 1-2 anglers, $100 for each additional anglers.
Homosassa Scallop Rates
1/2 Day -$750
Full Day with Spring Tour- $1000
Rates are for 1-4 people, $100 for each additional 6 max
If you would like to book a Fishing Charter in the Tampa, Clearwater beach, or St. Pete beach area or have any questions please feel to text or call me at (727) 831-0111 or email me at email@example.com
Captain. Jared Simonetti
- Spring– This is a one of the best time of year to fish in the Clearwater beach, Tampa, and St.Pete beach area, everything is biting and the weather is great! As the bait fish begin to flood our area, the Snook and redfish will feed heavily, and Tarpon will begin to show, Nearshore the Mackerel and Kingfish will be in full force!
- Summer– The main focus during summer is the Tarpon fishery, Snook and the Redfish often get over looked this time of year making it a great opportunity for anglers looking to stay inshore. Sharks will also be very abundant during the summer months!
- Fall– Redfish, Snook, Tarpon, Kingfish, sharks and many more fish will be caught during the fall bait fish mitigation. As winter is approaching the fish are feeding in preparation making for some incredible action!
- Winter– Fishing during winter months can be great in between the fronts. During the winter my main focus is is on fishing in the creeks, canals, and rivers for Trout, Redfish, sheepshead, and Black Drum.
Fish we typically will be targeting during the coming months..
January- Trout, Redfish, Sheepshead, BlackDrum, Triple Tail
February– Redfish, Snook, Trout
March– Redfish, Trout, Snook, Mackerel, kingfish, Tarpon
April– Snook, Redfish, Mackerel, Kingfish, Tarpon, Trout
May – Tarpon (Inshore & Shark trips still available)
June– Tarpon (Inshore & Shark trips still available)
July– Tarpon (Inshore & Shark trips still available)
August– Sharks, Tarpon, Redfish, Snook
September– Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Sharks, Bonito
October– Redfish, Snook, Tarpon, Mackerel, Kingfish, Mackerel, Bonito
November– Redfish, Snook, Trout, Mackerel, KingFish, Triple Tail
December– Trout, Redfish, Snook, Sheepshead, Black Drum, Pompano, triple tail
Do we need a license ? No, I provide a FL fishing fishing license. I am also U.S.C.G licensed and Insured Charter boat Captain.
How long are the trips? I offer Four, Six, and 8 hour trips. Trips can always be extend as well.
What time do we leave? We Typically meet at around 8 am most days, but we do fish 24/7 365.
Can we keep the fish? Yes, all legal fish that want to be taken will be cleaned and bagged for you.
Is there a bathroom? No, but typically we are within minutes of one.
Can we smoke? Yes, all legal Tobacco products are fine. No DRUGS.
Can we drink? Yes, please remember that we will be in the sun and becoming intoxicated will lead to trip being terminated.
What you need to bring
I provided everything we will need for fishing along with a cooler with ice and bottled water. You will need to bring a hat, sun glasses, sunscreen(traditional cream NO SPRAY SUNBLOCK) non-marking shoes (Blacked sole shoes), Food, Drinks, a jack (during the cooler months a sweater and during the hotter months a rain jacket), camera, a cooler to transport your catch home, and a Positive attitude!
All fishing is done within Florida fishing regulations which can be found at: http://myfwc.com/
Capt. Jared Simonetti