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    17' Bass Boat Charter in Stuart, Florida
    17' Bass Boat Charter in Stuart, Florida
    17' Bass Boat Charter in Stuart, Florida
    17' Bass Boat Charter in Stuart, Florida

    17' Bass Boat Charter in Stuart, Florida

    Estimated price
    USD $100 / hour (5 hours minimum)
    Captain
    Owner

    Captain

    Enjoy Stuart, Florida by boat! Charter a 17' Bass Boat for up to 2 people. Rates as low as $100 per hour (minimum of 5 hours). Other rates available below: Rates: • Half Day Indian River Lagoon/St. Lucie River/Treasure Coast Beaches (2 anglers): $375 • Full Day Indian River Lagoon/St. Lucie River/Treasure Coast Beaches (2 anglers): $475 • Night Snook Trips for up to 2 anglers (4 hours): $375 • Night Snook Trips for up to 2 anglers (6 hours): $475 • Half day Biscayne Bay (July, August only) for up to 2 anglers (5 hours): $450 • Full day Biscayne Bay (September- June) for up to 2 anglers (8 hours): $550 • Everglades National Park Full day trips for up to 2 anglers, year-round: $600 • Everglades National Park Half-day (5 hours) available from July 1 through September 1 only: $500 • Surf Fishing (for up to two anglers) Half Day: $200 • Surf Fishing (for up to two anglers) Full Day: $300 What You Can Expect:  The popularity of inshore saltwater fishing is on the rise among anglers who don't care to deal with pounding seas, spend the half a morning catching bait before wetting a line, or troll for hours. If you enjoy the idea of hands-on fishing with light tackle, then for you, inshore fishing is where it's at. And no facet of saltwater inshore fishing has experienced the explosive growth of saltwater sight fishing with fly and light tackle. Florida has no equal when it comes to this exacting style of fishing. You can't raise the bar any higher. South Florida has long been considered the cradle of saltwater light-tackle and fly fishing, pioneered by legendary, world-class anglers who paved the way for all of us on this region's renowned shallow grassflats. Sight fishing is primarily hunting where you stalk a variety of wary gamefish via pushpole on shallow saltwater tidal flats. On the shallow mud flats of Everglades National Park at Flamingo, depending on the time of year, you can expect to cast to redfish, snook, tarpon, seatrout, bonefish, black drum, and jack crevalle. I consider this fishery to be ideal for the beginner or intermediate sight fisherman. I have shared in the satisfaction of many a first-timer's first catch on the flats here. It's the ideal place to hone your skills. What To Expect Onboard: You will be fishing on board our fully rigged 17 foot Action Craft Flyfisher. This skiff is suited for shallow poling, and takes a chop better than many smaller and lighter technical poling skiffs. It features plenty of dry storage for your gear, and rod racks to handle up to ten rods. Powered by a Yamaha 115-horsepower 4-stroke outboard and a MinnKota Riptide electric on the bow when not fishing via push pole. We will provide your license, all tackle lures, flies and baits, an iced cooler for your lunch and catch, water and soft drinks. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

    Captain is included.
    A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
    Capacity
    2 guests
    Fishing
    Bass Boat

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    Captain
    Owner

    Captain

    I have been a fly and light-tackle angler in South Florida for over 40 years. In that time, I've held a U.S. Coast Guard Captain's License, and have guided in the waters of Florida Bay in Everglades National Park and in Biscayne Bay. I expanded my horizons to Florida's Treasure Coast, after Moving to Stuart, Florida in 1999. In the diverse fishery of the Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie River and nearby beaches, I fish with everything from fly tackle to conventional surf tackle. In addition, I flyfish for largemouth bass in the southern Everglades, and have fished the coastal waters of the Northeast U.S., Texas, Louisiana and the Carolinas, with both fly and light tackle. I consider myself a well-rounded inshore saltwater angler. I am not a one-trick specialist. Florida waters have too much to offer year-round not to sample it all.

    Features & Details

    Length
    17ft
    • Fish Finder
    • Fishing gear
    • Life jackets/required safety gear
    • Wheel steering
    • Trailerable
    • Outboard Engine
    • Single Engine
    • GPS

    Approximate Location

    You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.

    The boat's approximate location on a map

    Cancellation Policy

    Full refund up to 5 days prior.

    Additional Terms & Information

    • All fishing days booked require a 50 percent deposit, unless reservation is made with 72 hours of fishing date. For your deposit I accept personal check, money order, or payment through Pay Pal. The balance of the charter trip must be paid in cash. • Deposits are non-refundable if cancellation is not made within 14 days of the booked date or dates. I will gladly hold your deposit for a re-booking in the event that you must cancel due to illness, flight cancellation or have an emergency. I will also apply your deposit to a later date should weather conditions make fishing impossible.

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