Backwater Fishing Charters
in Naples, Florida
Join us for an amazing day of backwater fishing, an incredible journey exporing the structure and habitat of the Cocohatchee mangrove forests. Trips range from 4 hour backwater tours, to several day excursions, based on your level of excitement and dedication to one of the worlds favorite sports.
19' Cobia Backwater Fishing Flats Vessel in Naples, FL
Saltwater and Backwater fishing are the most common recreational activities in Southwest Florida. Whether you desire to fish for fun or for sustenance, the accessibility to the Gulf in the area makes it possible to catch a wide range of species. Grouper, snapper and sea trout are among the many fish who call the Gulf of Mexico their home. Before you get started with recreational fishing in Southwest Florida, it is important to read all of the seasonal regulations as put forth by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. A saltwater license is not required while you are aboard one of our many chartered vessels, as license and all requirments are included in your selected daily packages.
Date: Sat, Apr 7, 2012 12:01 pm
Good morning April,
I would like to let you and Mark what a great week I had kayaking and fishing the Cocohatchee and Wiggins Pass last week. I have been very pleased with the service you provide and I wish I had purchased a kayak for fishing years ago. Jasper seems to be a gem as an employee and I hope he is there when I return. I know that my craft is in good hands with him taking care of things for me. Tell him I'll brush up a bit on my Spanish. I look forward to seeing you all again sometime in late May.
By the way, yesterday morning, I didn't want to venture out too far due to the threatening weather. Before the storm hit, about 9:00 or so, I caught 3 nice snook right in front of the restaurant and within site of your flagpole.
I wanted to mention this to Mark. There are no fly fishing shops that I know of between Ft. Meyers and the Mangrove Outfitters on Rt. 41 past Airport Pulling on the way to Marco, and I made four stops last week and probably drove over 75 miles back and forth buying stuff that I either lost or broke during the week. You might want to consider expanding your services in a small way and start to sell everyday things that fly fishermen need, such as leaders, tippet material, flies, and other accessories. It's a good market to have as a businessman, and I think as a group, fly fishermen might be the kind of customer you'd like to attract. And, fly fishermen, as you know, would be a good target to sell kayaks too. I think the Cocohatchee area could be pushed as a fly fishing area. I saw several other fly fishermen, some in kayaks and some with flats boats, fishing the back waters where I was. Just thought I'd mention this.
Raymond W.. Z***********
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Westfield, MA 01085
Tel: (413) 562-****
Fax: (413) 568-****
36 Passenger Backwater Fishing Vessel in Naples, FL
Bays & Passes
Incredible Snook Caught on Live Bait in Naples, FL
Open 8am to Sunset
12345 Tamiami Trail N Naples Florida 34110
Call For Information or Reservations 239-592-1200