Offshore Fishing

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For experienced Anglers and those with a lust for acquiring experienced fishing skills, fishing the Gulf of Mexico is an exciting experience. We will punch in some coordinates and off we go to a natural or artificial reefs, sunken boats and other structural habitats for fish.  Many  time  we  will  toss a  net  for  bait  fish on the  way out of Naples Bay  Channel.

Using live bait, cut bait, jigs or shrimp we may free line cast, troll or jig to surface or  bottom fish. Fish we may catch in the Gulf include: Shark, Spanish mackerel, King Mackerel, Little Tunny, Cobia, Permit, Grouper, Barracuda, Snapper, Red Fish and Tarpon

Items we provide:

  1. All rods, reels and  tackle
  2. Bait
  3. Licenses
  4. Global Position System
  5. Fish Finding Electronics
  6. Cleaning and Bagging Fish

Items to Bring:

  1. Sunscreen
  2. Hats
  3. Favorite beverage
  4. Your  favorite  gear
  5. Camera

 

You  may  wish  to also bring  a  bottle  of  wine,  cheese crackers beer, a sandwich  or lunch. Capt Mike will provide complimentary water and soda

Trips aboard the MS. B. Haven are for 4, 6 and  8  hours and  may accommodate up to 6 people, (However we recommend  4 people).

Capt  Mike    will always  be  the  judge  of  the  weather condition on the  day  of  your  trip.
Temperature, winds, tides, fronts and storm warning are always monitored by the captain.  If weather is adverse, he reserves the right to change the direction of your trip to backwater.  Additionally, sometimes  Capt  Mike might suggest  fishing  more  backwater than Gulf fishing , if he has  knowledge that a specific  fish is  biting  hot that day!

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