If you’re considering a charter for your next inshore or offshore fishing trip, there are a few things you need to know about when looking for a guide and scheduling your trip. While some larger boats will allow walk-ins on the day of, most fishing charters require you to reserve their time and boat way in advance.
In fact, if it’s a busy time of year and a particular charter is available at a moment’s notice, you should be suspicious that something isn’t right with the captain or their boat. Continue reading “What Is the Standard Process for Reserving Fishing Charters in South Carolina?”
For many of us, visiting Alaska for some world-class salmon and halibut fishing is a once in a lifetime experience. There are so many things you have to do – book plane travel, decide if you’ll be camping or staying in a lodge and packing things like the proper clothing for the time of year you’ll be visiting.
Finding a good salmon fishing charter is, without a doubt, the most important preparation you can make before setting out for the alluring wilderness of Alaska. Continue reading “6 Considerations for Finding a Spectacular Ketchikan Salmon Fishing Charter”
Also known as the “silver king” because of its size and appearance, the tarpon is one of the most sought after fish in Boca Grande and along Florida’s Gulf coast. Their primary habitat is the shallow coastal and bay waters along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts. When they’re young, tarpon can also live in freshwater. Continue reading “Common Live and Artificial Baits for Tarpon Fishing in Boca Grande”
Bradenton Florida is nestled in the center of a slew of great fisheries. This single fact makes Bradenton Fishing Charter expeditions an excellent choice for your SW Florida fishing trip. From this launch location you are a simple turn and a short ride to everything from St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay to Longboat Key and Siesta Key. But the heart of Bradenton fishing is in the heart of the town. Continue reading “Bradenton Fishing Charters”