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Sport Fisherman in Sarasota, Florida, United States

Sport Fisherman
1997
6 Guests

About This Fishing Charter

Enjoy Sarasota Florida, United States by boat! Rent a Sport Fisherman for up to 6 people. Rates as low as $2000 per day.

Rates:

• $2000 per day

What We Catch:

Sharks

Including bulls, blacktips, tigers, hammerheads, makos, and more. Makos are caught year round, but to target these large predators the ideal time of year is November through May. An overnight charter trip is ideal but it can be done in an all day excursion. These fish are large predators and are not measured in numbers but in encounters. Mako's are the fastest shark in the ocean and are capable of leaping over twenty feet in the air. 

Grouper

Grouper has been great all summer; catching scamp groupers, reds and Gags. We are gearing up for Gags to open this Sept. 16th. The season will be open for two months - bummer only 60 days but they are out there for the taking. We also catch and release plenty of Goliath groupers, up to 400lbs, all year long in the waters of Siesta Key. 

Snapper

We catch a variety of snapper while fishing Siesta Key. However American red snappers are only open for harvest during the summer months. When they are open for harvest, they are plentiful, and limits can be easily met on an average charter fishing day. The rest of the year, mangroves and yellowtail snappers are acceptable to catch and keep. 

Wahoo

Wahoo charter fishing starts to get going in May and continues through summer. The best time of year however is the fall. This fish is an excellent fighter and a sushi grade catch. 

Mahi Mahi Dolphin or Dorado

Siesta Key charter fishing offers many colorful fish like Mahi. Mahi fishing season is summer and fall and is fairly consistent in the deepwater all summer long. 

Blue Marlin

A charter fishing trip for a Blue Marlin is the ultimate in pursuit of the big game catch. Marlin charter fishing season is spring through fall with the fish biting more aggressively around the full moon. 

Swordfish

Swordfishing is a night fishery and very productive at these times. These gladiators of Siesta Key fight hard and are a very fine fish to bring to the table. 

Tuna

We offer blackfin tunas all year long on our all day charter trips but the ideal time is spring through fall. We also catch yellowfin tuna on our bluewater trips. We seasonally operate out of Grand Isle, Louisiana targeting large yellowfins up to 200 lbs. Call for seasonal travel schedule. 

What To Expect Onboard:

She was built in North Carolina in 1997 she is built to charter fish and a very stable platform in all sea conditions. She has a full sized stand up air conditioned head "restroom" heat and a/c flat screen tv and blue ray player. With wrap around seating she seats everyone comfortably. She is outfitted with all 2013 new electronics by garmin including radar ,real time weather and a 2kw chirp transducer with bottom reading capabilities over 6,000 feet of water. We are equipped with top of the line safety equipment including an 8 man life raft a satellite phone and two epirbs. Our tackle is all top of the line by Diawa an shimano we have all shimano tiagra tackle for heavy tackle trolling purposes and high speed bottom fishing and vertical jigging reels by Diawa. We also are equipped with a release marine fighting chair. Aboard Siesta Key's charter fishing boat the Double Nickel you will find a large cockpit with lots of fishing room, perfectly safe for everyone including children, with a spotless and sanitized bathroom.

Details

  • Type: Sport Fisherman
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Year: 1997
  • Rental Minimum: 1 day
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 2 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

FAQs

What is the Deposit? Will we get a refund of our deposit if we cancel our trip?

Each trip requires a $100 deposit at booking. You must cancel your trip at least 48 hours in advance to get a refund of your deposit. 

What Should I Bring?

When fishing Siesta Key with Double Nickel Charters, bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat and whatever you'd like to eat & drink (no glass bottles, please). We'll provide you with fishing licenses, lifevests, ice, bait, tackle and all the equipment you'll need to have a great trip! Deck shoes are appreciated, but not required no workboots or dark rubber soles, as they scuff up the deck of the boat. 

What Can I Do to Avoid Getting Seasick?

If you think you might be prone to seasickness while fishing, speak to your physician about Scopolamine patches to wear behind your ear. Generally, a dramamine the night before, and the morning of - will be plenty to keep you grounded! Bring some gingerale to drink, it also helps! 

Is There A Bathroom?

No worries, there is a head on board! 

What Should I Tip the Crew?

Mates work for tips. Their job is very demanding day in and day out with no vacation days. If the weather is good, our mates are working and their responsibilities begin before you arrive to the boat and continue with boat work long after your fishing day is over. A tip of 20% is the customary amount to say thanks for a job well done! 

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Fishing gear
  • Fish Finder

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Meet Nicholas

Nicholas

From Siesta Key

Member Since Jun 2015

Contact Owner
  • Listing Address
  • 8865 Midnight Pass Rd
  • Sarasota, Florida 34242,
  • United States
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