A Navarre Beach Fishing Charter w/ Fishing Charter Navarre

Navarre Beach is a very popular fishing location in Florida. This waterfront city has many protected beaches and is a must visit place among most tourists. While there are many interesting things to do in and around Navarre, one of the most popular tourist activities is to go out on fishing trips. To cater to this demand there are many Navarre Beach Fishing Charters. One such fishing charter is Fishing Charters Navarre – 
https://www.fishingchartersnavarre.com/ owned by Captain Zach Strickland and Captain Kenny Lewis. Let us get to know more about him and Fishing Charters Navarre.

Captain Zach, how did you come up with Fishing Charters Navarre?

I was born and raised here in Navarre Beach, Florida. These waters have been part of my life and I have been fishing in these waters for my entire life. I love being outdoors and I wanted to share my passion with others. That is when I decided to start Fishing Charters Navarre. What about the boats owned by 
Fishing Charters Navarre?

We have a 24 Feet Triton Center Console that is equipped with top of the line electronics including Simrad GPS/Fish Sonar and VHF. The boat is powered by a 225 HP four stroke Honda engine and is capable of doing speeds up to 35 knots. Another boat that we have is a Minn Kota Ipilot Trolling that has a T-top canvas cover. This boat is also equipped with GPS Capabilities allowing us to hold position easily. It just takes the touch of a button. This boat is ideal for hot summer days as it has the canvas cover to give us some shade.

What makes Navarre so special?

Navarre Beach is blessed with beautiful emerald waters that allow you to sight fish easily. We are also very close to the Gulf of Mexico. This unique combination creates a platform for different species of fish to inhabit the waters.

What types of fish are usually seen at Navarre Beach?

Inshore you can find redfish, trouts, Spanish mackerel, king mackerel, sheepshead and flounder and as you step into deep sea you can find triggerfish, cobia, mahi mahi, bonita, king mackerel, snapper, grouper and amberjacks. Apart from these common species, you may encounter fishes that are not native to this region too. You can never know what you may encounter when on our fishing trips.

Can you elaborate about your packages?

Primarily we have an Inshore Fishing Charter Package and a Deep Sea Fishing Charter Package. We have Morning, Afternoon and Night trips. We also have special shark fishing trips and sunset cruises. Apart from our predetermined packages, you can also create a customized package to suit your requirements. Our trips usually range from 2 hours to 8 hours. You can find detailed information about our trip packages at our website.

What is included in the charter?

Our price includes boat hire, fishing tackle, bait, fishing license, ice and me as your guide. If you want to bring your own fishing tackle, you are free to do that. You need to inform us if you are bringing your own tackle, so that we can make necessary changes to our equipment. Snacks and Drinks are not included. However, we do provide ice to keep your snacks and drinks.

Am I allowed to keep the catch for myself?

You are allowed to keep your catch if the rules permit. We will also help you in cleaning and filleting the fish once we get back to the shore. Some people prefer to catch and release, which is fine as well.

Are these trips safe?

I have been fishing in these waters for years and I am aware of what goes around these waters very well. You are in safe hands and our safety record is impeccable. We comply with the safety regulations and ensure that all necessary safety equipments are on board the boat.

Perdido Key Fishing Charter w/ Captain Bryant Fields

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I first off want to thank everyone who has taken the time to read this first blog post! I want to start this blog with a writing about my experience with a Perdido Key fishing charter. I contacted Bryant Fields the day before our trip to confirm our trip was a go. From there it was a dream come true! We met at the local marina early and ready to go! From there we left and caught some bait at a buoy at the local channel access to the Gulf Of Mexico. It took a few minutes and we had all the bait we could put in the live well.

From there we started our journey for our deep sea fishing adventure. It was glass calm on the way out. We hit our first spot and as soon as our baits hit the bottom we were bowed up with some nice Red Snapper! After catching a limit of Red Snapper we then went fishing for king mackerel and let me tell you these fish fight! We caught three of these fish on live bait on light tackle and it was a blast. One must have jumped 10 foot out of the water! We then moved on to catching some vermilion snapper. Although these fish are smaller, the light tackle and the fight these fish had were a blast! We caught quite a few of these guys and before you knew it our trip was over…. We headed back in where the Captain cleaned our catch and bagged them up for us. It was a great time and was really the staple of our vacation in Perdido Key. We then went back to The Point restaurant where they cooked our catch form our day of fishing. I can’t recommend All Caught Up Fishing Charters-https://www.allcaughtupfishingcharters.com/ enough! It really was a great trip and can’t wait to come back! I hope you enjoyed this reading as much as I enjoyed writing it.


Trout Fishing in the Rivers of Colorado

This week we have Tom Althur from Colorado to tell us some of his best tips and tricks for Trout Fishing the Rivers in Colorado. Here are some of the best kept secrets that they have:

As an individual who has been looking for freshwater trout, essentially “rainbows” and “tans,” for over twenty years, I have discovered that one thing adds to trout fishing achievement more than some other, and that thing is rehearsing the fundamentals. There is basically not a viable alternative for training with regards to fishing and this reality is particularly obvious with regards to the craft of trout fishing in the rivers in Colorado. In this article, I will investigate why each genuine trout angler needs to focus on the “easily overlooked details” with regards to trout fishing in the streams in Colorado. All in all, what are the easily overlooked details? Indeed, the “easily overlooked details” will change from fishing technique to fishing strategy, however, there are a few fundamentals that remain constant regardless of what method for trout fishing you consider to be your “top choice”. As it were, regardless of whether you are a fly fisherman, float angler who utilizes live goad, or a somebody who angles from the bank of a lake the accompanying fundamentals of trout fishing is pretty much general and should be focused on. The Weight of Your Leader – One of the “easily overlooked details” that each genuine trout angler needs to focus on is the heaviness of his or her pioneer. Both rainbow and darker trout are found in cool, clear water much of the time and you need your pioneer to emerge as meagre as conceivable to the trout that you are endeavouring to get. This implies utilizing a light line or pioneer material for the majority of your trout fishing pioneers. The Time When You Are Fishing – One of the most significant parts of an effective day fishing for trout is the point at which you are on the water. With regards to the fundamentals of trout fishing when you are fishing is all the time neglected and this is a major misstep. You need to be on the water fishing when the trout are the most dynamic and accordingly well on the way to bolster. Association of Your Gear – When it comes to trout fishing fundamentals the association of your rigging is as significant as anything. For what reason is this the case? Since the more sorted out your rigging is the simpler it is to get to the water, which spares you a huge amount of profitable fishing time. As an angler, you will likely invest however much energy as could be expected with your line in the water where the fish are, as opposed to out of the water while you scan for a specific bit of fishing gear. Numerous trout anglers utilize a fishing vest to convey the majority of their trout fishing gear since it is an incredible method to sort out it as well as access it effectively. Focus on the “easily overlooked details, for example, the ones recorded above and you will be a significantly more effective trout fisherman. Couple this with rehearsing the fundamentals of the style of trout fishing that you take part in and getting more trout won’t be an issue by any means

One Fishing Charters In Pensacola For The Books!

Hi everyone and welcome back to another week full of helpful information. This week we have One of the Fishing Charters in Pensacola own Captain Zack Strickland of Strickly Fishing Charters. We sat down with Captain Zack and discussed some of the things that are happening in his area right now! We asked about how the fishing has been and Zack responded with “The fishing is really starting to heat up here in Pensacola. We are seeing a lot of redfish, sheepshead, black drum, and the big sharks are starting to move in.” When we asked him what makes the spring so good in Pensacola , Captain Zack told us how this time of year the migrating fish that swim up the coast of Florida finally make their way up to the Panhandle. These fish include pompano, cobia, king mackerel, and spanish mackerel. Sight fishing cobia off Pensacola Beach is about as fun as it gets. “We use boats with large towers and troll up and down the coast” Zack said ” waiting for the chance to spot a cobia and then present a bait”. This can be tedious at time but defintely can pay off.

Another fun fish to catch this time of year is the sheepshead. In the Spring time we catch these fish during their spawning cycle. Once they finishing spawning they then begin to feed again and we see their fish in large numbers. They also catch a lot of redfish and black drum fishing for sheepshead. All three of these inshore fish are a fun fight and believe me they are great on the table as well.

Spanish Mackerel are another fish to catch in the Spring in Pensacola. We cactch these fish cruising down the beach in massive schools. They use bucktail jigs and any kind of shiny plug will do the trick. When fishing for these be prepared for numerous hook ups instantly. Also make sure you use heavy monofilament or wire leader as these fish have sharp teeth.

Last thing I talked to Captain Zack about was what to expect for the next few weeks and he replied with “It is just going to get better and better”. The way the panhandle is located in the northwest corner of Florida the fishing only gets better through April and May. Be prepared for all the fish stated above and you are sure to have great success.

Y’all make sure to visit Pensacola in the near future! The fishing is Insane! Inshore fishing charters, deep sea fishing charters, and some of the best near shore fishing charters on the coast! Check it out if you can!

If you are visiting the area please be sure to check out Captain Zack Strickland with Strickly Fishing Charters– https://www.stricklyfishingcharters.com/