Helmed by Captain Charles Davis, Flatmasters Fishing Adventures offers guided, all-inclusive fishing trips to anglers of all levels. For any of the company's half- or full-day excursions, clients climb into a kayak already loaded with necessary equipment, including rods, reels, and live or artificial bait. Out on the water, instructors divulge tips for reeling in catches and working around irked fish who sit and tap their "No Soliciting" signs. The company's educational opportunities stretch beyond fishing, too, with basic kayaking lessons.
Fishing Supply Liquidators stocks an exhaustive inventory of fin-snatching tools, from poppers to floats to reels and rods, all heavily discounted. Browse tackle helpers including slotted popper floats, zara spooks, and poppin' floats at prices ranging from less than $1 to $5.95. Peruse the online catalog of tackle here. With numerous years of fishing experience, the friendly staff at Fishing Supply Liquidators can regale shoppers with advice on everything from organizing tackle boxes to catching mermaids.
Since 1989, master fishing guide Eli Rico has spent more than 250 days of the year traveling through various states to ensure his clients have the best opportunity to hook their desired catch. This full-time captain is so dedicated to the hunt that he fully customizes each charter based on the client's needs. During his Florida charters, he navigates towards optimal spots to catch the 200+ fish that call the Tampa Bay their home, including tarpon, snook, and red fish, as well as the vast undersea populations of the Gulf of Mexico.
In Washington, he specializes in salmon, steelhead, trout, and sturgeon charters, leading fellow anglers along the river and lake systems as well as out onto Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula and cleaning their catches before they bring them home.
At Fish Magnet Fishing Charters, the magnetic force that brings hook and fish together is United States Coast Guard–certified Master Captain Janot B. Vilardell. Aboard his 18-foot fishing boat, he steers anglers into fishing hot spots along the Gulf of Mexico as well as inland waterways such as the Suwannee River. Once anchored, he shares tips and techniques for reeling in the big one: the plug to the ocean's drain. As an added bonus, he supplies all of the tackle and bait.
CSA Palm Harbor keeps its neighborhood moving. As the managing body of parks, recreation, and leisure services for the unincorporated community of Palm Harbor, the outfit takes charge by providing affordable, high-quality facilities and programs. CSA Palm Harbor manages three multi-sport complexes and a full-service community activity center. Outside those doors, though, their efforts ripple through the community. They include a municipal kayak launch, a waterside park, fitness workshops, 5K fun runs, and camps for kids who don't want to spend their summer memorizing yearbook messages.
Born and raised in the coastal town of Dunedin, Captain Jared Simonetti spent years exploring the surrounding gulf and bay, eventually becoming a licensed and insured charter captain at the age of 19. He now welcomes passengers aboard his 1974 Proline 20-foot flat-back boat and takes small groups on sightseeing and fishing charters. Whether visitors are looking to enjoy the Florida sunset, spot local wildlife, or reel in fresh catches of snapper, trout, tarpon, and red fish, the year-round excursions provide an opportunity to see the Tampa Bay area in a new way.