If there are any questions that are not answered here please call us at 727-276-3242

What’s your cancellation policy?

In cases of foul weather all deposits are refunded, you are able to cancel your trip prior to 2 weeks of the scheduled date without a cancellation fee (see below)

Where do we get picked up?

Our Offshore boat is docked in Dunedin Marina, located 4 miles north of Clearwater

51 Main Street Slip #4

If your hotel has a dock we may be able pick you up there.

Are you Licensed and Insured?

Yes and Yes! All of our captains are licensed by the United States Coast Guard.

Terms and Conditions

Liability Agreement: I, the undersigned, fully understand that I am boarding a charter fishing vessel to fish in open water. I understand and assume the risks and hazards associated with inshore and offshore fishing. These risks and hazards include, but are not limited to, the following:

Sun, rain, lightning, sea spray, and any other weather conditions; sea sickness; pitching and rolling; slippery and wet decks; injuries, internal or external, from: boarding and disembarking the vessel; fish, fishing, fishing tackle, and gear; and the unintentional conduct of any other persons on the boat.

I understand and agree that I will not hold the Captain, Crew, or Corporation liable for risks and hazards associated with inshore or offshore fishing, and I expressly release them from all such risks and hazards. Moreover, I am not in possession of any illegal substances, and I release the Captain, Crew, and Corporation from any liability whatsoever for any illegal actions taken by myself on the vessel.

What IS Included in Your Charter: ​Your charter will include all the gear, bait, fuel, and ice necessary to supply your day of fishing. Clients are more than welcome to bring their own gear. Except for small food/drink coolers, clients should leave coolers for their catch in their vehicles. Typically, we are able to supply ice following our return.

What is NOT Included: Beverages and food are not supplied. We always have a case of water on board, however this is typically reserved for emergency use. If you plan to bring sandwiches, we suggest you place them in Ziploc bags to ensure dryness.

Sea Sickness: Because sea sickness can occur with anyone, we suggest that anyone who has even the slightest concern about seasickness takes motion sickness medicine prior to departure. It’s a small price to pay to make sure you have the most enjoyable day on the water. In the event that you become sick, the front of the boat has plenty of room to relax and has a cushioned deck.

Alcohol/Drugs: Beer is permitted on the trip. Liquor is not permitted. Beer MUST be cans, NO bottles are permitted per Coast Guard regulations. Please limit your alcohol consumption. We believe 100% in being safe and responsible on the water. Your Captain and mate will never have so much as a drop of alcohol on your trip. Drugs are absolutely prohibited. The last thing I want is to cut the trip short and call the Coast Guard for them to meet you at the dock. Any trips cut short due to abuse of alcohol or drugs will not be issued a refund.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations can be made, with no penalty, up to 15 days prior to the scheduled day of your trip. Your deposit will be refunded or placed toward a rescheduled trip, whichever is requested. Cancellations made between 8 and 14 days of scheduled trip will be subject to 50% forfeit of deposit if trip is not rescheduled to another date. Cancellations made within 7 days of scheduled trip will result in a 100% forfeit of deposit if the day cannot be booked to another party. If it is booked, you may use your deposit for a future trip. No-shows on the scheduled charter date will result in 100% forfeit of deposit.

Weather and Seas: The Captain constantly follows current weather/sea conditions and future forecasting. If the Captain deems the seas not conducive to safe fishing conditions, the Captain may cancel the trip. If the Captain cancels the trip, you will be issued a refund of your deposit or credit toward a future booking, whichever you prefer. In many instances we will contact our client prior to a trip to bring you up to speed on conditions. If the client opts to cancel due to seas that may prove uncomfortable, your deposit can be applied to a future trip.

Tackle, Gear, and Equipment: Thousands of dollars in top-of-the-line equipment is invested to make your experience as productive and enjoyable as possible. We simply ask that you take care in handling our gear. The Captain and crew will be there to help keep things problem free and educate you in proper handling. In the event that a passenger proves negligent in the handling of gear and breaks/loses something you agree to pay the replacement cost of such gear. This would be a rare occurrence, however. Some examples would be dropping something overboard or throwing something on the deck or stepping on it, causing breakage.

Mate/Tips: Your mate is working for your tip. He/she will be working hard throughout the day. This is fishing: some days are better than others in terms of our catch. Please base your tip on the work that the mate put in to catch fish as some days we’ll limit out and some days we won’t. 20% of the trip cost is customary for tipping.