Kayak Fishing Tampa Bay

August 26, 2016
Like catching big redfish?

With an affliction for anything water, Capt. Greg has developed a love for kayak fishing over the years. The proximity to the water, feeling the movement of the ocean and bay, exploring the unreachable backwaters, and finding fish that haven’t seen an artificial lure, create the allure of kayak fishing. Capt. Greg would like to teach you how to catch monster snook from a kayak while at the same time taking in an eco-tour sure to be filled with abundant Florida wildlife. Commonly observing manatees, dolphins, and a plethora of birds in the deep mangrove channels non traversable by boat, you will feel a sense of peace and contentment, while still conquering the art of kayak fishing.

Currently you will be responsible for bringing your own kayak, or renting one for a nominal charge. With advance notice it is possible that one can be provided for you. All appropriate safety equipment is provided.

WHAT’S INCLUDED

WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING

  • Fishing Licenses
  • Fishing Rods
  • Bait
  • Fishing Tackle
  • Fish Cleaning & Bagging
  • Cooler and Ice
  • High SPF Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat
  • Camera
  • Food & Drink of your choice

PICKUP LOCATION

CHARTER RATES

Weedon Island Preserve
Ft. Desoto Park
Clam Bayou
Upper Tampa Bay Park (Double Branch)

*** Alternate pickup locations are available.

  • $150.00 1/2 day or night- 4 hrs
  • $200.00 3/4 day or night- 6 hrs
  • $250.00 Full day or night- 8 hrs
Source: www.awakendrag.com
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