A. Depending on the time of year, a variety of fish will be caught including speckled trout, redfish, rock bass, Spanish mackerel, cobia, sand trout, flounder, and shark when on a Steinhatchee Fishing Charter.
Q. How much does it cost?
A. An 8-hour trip with up to 4 people costs $500 per day.
A. A half day 4-hour charter is $400.
Q. What do we bring?
A. You will need to provide your drinks and food for the day when Steinhatchee FL Fishing, Other items you may want to bring are sunscreen, sunglasses, camera, hat, shoes with non-marking soles, rainwear and clothes appropriate for the season that you are fishing on a Steinhatchee FL Fishing.
Q. How does the whole thing work?
A. Your Captain will pick you up at your choice of any marina in Steinhatchee. The boat will have 2 ice chests on board--one for your fish and the other for drinks and food. The normal time for departure is 7:30 a.m., and you will be back at the dock about 5:00 p.m. These times can be adjusted to fit your individual needs. All of the Marinas offer fish cleaning services if you need them. Remember that this is your trip, and we want it to be one full of good times and good memories.
Q. How early should we book our Steinhatchee Fishing trip?
A. You should book as early as possible; most Steinhatchee Fishing trips are booked about a month in advance. A $100.00 deposit is requested upon booking. If your trip is cancelled two weeks in advance, your deposit can be used to reserve another date.
Q. Do I need to buy a fishing license?
A. No, all passengers are covered under the vessel's group license.
Q. What kind of boat will we be Steinhatchee Fishing in?
A. You'll be very comfortable fishing from a 25-foot Carolina Skiff with a center console; this open fishing boat provides ample room for your party.
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From the small town of Steinhatchee, located in Taylor County, Florida, we offer daily charters for scallops, redfish, trout, and flats fishing.