Come experience some of the finest Offshore fishing on the West Coast of Florida. A year round fishery rich in all different species from sportfish to dinner.

Marco Island, Naples and Everglades city all offer great opportunities to catch Snook, Cobia, King Mackerel, Grouper, Bonito, Permit, Pompano,

Redfish, Sharks and Barracuda. If you want to really test your endurance, lock in to one of our resident Volkswagens ( a 500lb+ Goliath Grouper qualifies as a Volkswagen!)

Call me today to discuss an offshore trip. We can fish in one of my boats or yours.





3/4 Day (6 hours)
$495.00 for up to 4 anglers


3/4 Day (6 hours)
$575.00 for up to  4 anglers

Full Day (8 hours)
$695.00 for up to  4 anglers


5 or 6 Anglers please add $80 to $100.00 to the rates to pay for a mate






Bass anglers travel from all around the world to go fishing in beautiful back country waters of the South Florida Everglades.   I will take you fishing in these amazing waters where you will have the opportunity to possibly catch  a huge trophy bass !


Please see our  inshore rates for pricing.



Fantastic fishing in Marco Island Florida

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Offshore Fishing

The Gulf of Mexico offshore of southwest Florida is well known for its calm sea conditions and excellent year round deep-sea fishing. Marco Island, Florida, is located just south of Naples, Florida, and directly on the Gulf of Mexico is the perfect departure point to access and enjoy this awesome deep sea fishing. Depending on the fishing season, you will catch all sorts of different species of fish while fishing offshore of Marco Island, Florida aboard our deep sea fishing charter fishing boat.

Deep sea fishing on the Gulf of Mexico for grouper and snapper is good almost any time of the year. Other offshore fish such as kingfish, cobia, amberjack, Spanish mackerel, shark, barracuda, tarpon, permit, and giant red fish are all caught as they seasonally migrate through the deepsea waters of the Gulf of Mexico offshore of Marco Island, Florida.
Our fishing captains have been fishing the offshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico for many years and know where and how to catch these fish.This offshore fishing charter boat is rigged for fishing as well as your comfort, and easily accommodates up to 6 fishing anglers

All fishing equipment such as bait and tackle is provided, including deep sea fishing licenses for everyone. We also clean and bag your catch of fish. Families are welcome!

Back-Country Fishing

SW Florida has some of the most diverse back country fishing in the state. Backwater fishing, or backcountry fishing, is fishing in the extensive network of bays, mangrove islands and tidal creeks that permeate the region. There are thousands of miles of shoreline, countless oyster bars and acres of seagrass beds that attract an abundance of salt water fish.

In these waters are four of the state's most sought after gamefish, the snook, redfish, spotted seatrout, and tarpon. Thousands of anglers come to southwest Florida each year for the chance at a grand slam, catching one individual of each species in one day.

Perhaps the most significant factor contributing to the region's excellent fishing reputation are the vast tracks of fresh and salt water wetlands protected by state and/or federal laws. The Charlotte Harbor - Pine Island Sound area, one of the largest estuaries in Florida, has relatively clean water that supports extensive grass beds and stands of mangroves. Several large sections of this estuarine complex are designated as state aquatic preserves and there are strict regulations that protect the water quality and marine life in the system

Rookery Bay, between Naples and Marco Island , and the waters south of there into the upper part of the Ten Thousand Islands are also an aquatic Preserves. The upper part of the Ten Thousand Islands is a National Wildlife Refuge while the lower portion is a part of the Everglades National Park, best fished from Chokoloskee. Chokoloskee on southward offers the last frontier of the salt water esuary. Large numbers of Redfish, Snook and Tarpon roam the area through out the seasons. The finest Speckeled Trout fishing in the State of Florida is right here in Chokoloskee.