1. Enjoy Fishing with Captain Henry in Port Canaveral, Florida
  2. Enjoy Fishing with Captain Henry in Port Canaveral, Florida
  3. Enjoy Fishing with Captain Henry in Port Canaveral, Florida

Enjoy Fishing with Captain Henry in Port Canaveral, Florida

Go fishing in Port Canaveral, Florida on a 35 ft "Wile E Coyote" Center Console for $510 per day. The boat comes with fishing license, bait, ice, and tackle. The boat is also equipped with RADAR, Dual GPS and Chart plotter, Dual VHF w/dsc, dual 12" LCD monitors with remote keyboards, and 1 kw high speed sonar. We also carry a handheld VHF and GPS locator for additional safety. The boat features a large hardtop with enclosure curtains. A pair of 2012 Evinrude 300 Etec's were added May 2012 to increase range and power. These quieter, cleaner burning motors are state of the art, with 'Fly-by-Wire' technology. They allow a comfortable 40 mph cruise speed in fair sea's and a top speed around 60 mph! With these motors, trips to the 'Otherside' of the Gulfstream are no problem. Boat has an extended console to allow for a stand up head, complete with flushing china bowl. New rod holders, outriggers and down riggers were added. New hydraulic steering and new fuel tanks were installed. We sail from the Eastern most access point of Port Canaveral. With no slow zones to navigate this means once were under way, its full speed ahead to the fishing grounds. We typically have the boat launched and ready to go at the floating docks. You may like to drive close to the docks to drop off your gear, but please park only in areas designed for individual cars and trucks without trailers. Restroom facilities are right next to the docks for your convenience. What to Bring Bring some food, drinks, sun protection, and a camera. Water and sports drinks are best for staying hydrated and energized. Bring at least one gallon per person. Food: we have no oven, so bring what you would to a picnic. I myself like food that I can eat with one hand, so I can keep fishing with the other! Long loose light colored clothes offer the most comfort and protection from the sun. Don't forget a hat and sunglasses. A camera to catch the action, and record your catch is a good idea. Bring a cooler for you car to bring your catch home. A rain poncho is a good idea given that in Florida rain is always a possibility, and the fish don't stop eating just because of rain. We will bring a cooler with ice for your food and drinks. If you choose to bring you own cooler, please keep it to the 6-pack or 12 pack size for storage consideration on the boat. What Not to Bring Hard liquor, glass bottles, dark soled shoes, spray on sunscreen, any illegal substance (no matter how minor). If cigarettes are necessary, we have a smoker's room off the back of the boat. GPS devices should not be brought on the boat (we have all that is needed). Prices For Fishing Trips: All prices are based on up to 4 passengers with the option to add a 5th an 6th guest for an additional $50 per passenger. - 8A reef - Bottom reef fishing, flat lining, chumming - $510 - Pelaican Flats Reef - Same as 8A - $565 Add 2 hours slow trolling these area's - $55 Trip - 20 mile weather bouy, 21 fthms artificial and 8A reef $615 - Cones trip - trolling, wreck and reef fishing to 30 miles - $725 - Gulfstream trip - 40 miles $830 Trip - Northern Grounds - Runs North to the Vera Cruz and Manicamp wrecks - $830 We provide the state fishing license, and federal fishing permits as required by law. Fish cleaning can be done for you within the total trip time, however this would require the time at sea being reduced accordingly, since we are not permitted to clean fish until we return to port.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
Capacity
6 guests
Fishing
CH

Owner:Captain

Though not born in Florida, I have lived on the east coast and have been fishing in these waters since 1974. I have been boating since I was a toddler, and spent time working on boats, including the rigging of new boats in South Florida. I carry a USCG 100 ton Captains license, and a Homeland Security TWIC card. Part of maintaining a USCG license now includes being enrolled in a random drug testing program, maintaining a Red Cross or equivalent First Aid card, and maintaining a minimum health standard.

Features & Details

Length
35ft
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Fishing gear
  • Bait
  • Wheel steering
  • Outboard Engine
  • CD Player
  • Twin Engine
  • GPS

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

0% refund up to 1 day prior.

Additional Terms & Information

• Bad Weather: - In case of bad weather we reserve the right to shorten the trip if the Captain deems it necessary. • What to bring? - Food, drink, sun protection, and a camera. Bring your Lunch box, and drinks along, since there are no stores once we leave the dock! Water and Sports drinks are best for staying hydrated and energized, bring plenty (1 gal per person min). • What not to bring? - Hard liquor, glass bottles, dark soled shoes, spray on sunscreen, any illegal substance (no matter how minor). If cigarettes are necessary, we have a smokers room off the back of the boat! GPS devices should not be brought on the boat (we have all that is needed).

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