Fishing Charter Cape Coral

Let’s Go Fishing!

Southwest Florida is known for its incredible fishing! Our guides are absolute professionals, who’ve competed in and won multiple fishing tournaments throughout the area. They know where the fish are biting, the best tides to look for, and what is in season for catching. We’ll go slightly offshore or keep things inshore depending on where we feel the fish are biting the most.

Typical Fish Caught In Cape Coral


Avg. Weight: Up to 120 Pounds
Season: April – August
About This Fish: Tarpon will put up a fight and require a fair amount of strength to reel in. They are a catch and release fish, meaning you won’t be able to take this fish home and eat it.

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Avg Weight: 15 pounds
Season: June, July, October, and November (Based on 2022 regulations)
About This Fish: Snapper is known to be one of the tastiest fish in the Gulf. They travel in larger schools but can be rather hard to find.

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Avg Weight: 15 pounds
Season: June – October
About This Fish: Snooks really love warm water and are typically found inshore. They are great fish to take home and eat after a long day of fishing.

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Avg Weight: 8 pounds
Season: Winter
About This Fish: Sheepshead are typically found around structures and deep in the water. Although they don’t provide much meat, they are still great fish to eat.

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Hammer Head shark fishing in Southwest Florida

Avg Weight: Varies by species
Season: May – July
About This Fish: Varies species of shark can be found in Southwest Florida waters. They aren’t able to be kept, but they are still a lot of fun to catch.

Sea Trout Fishing in Southwest Florida
Spotted Sea Trout

Avg Weight: 8 pounds
Season: All year round
About This Fish: Spotted Sea Trout prefer the shallow, sea grass areas of Florida. They are nice white flaky fish to eat.

Cobia fishing in Southwest Florida

Avg Weight: 20 pounds
Season: November – March
About This Fish:
Cobia prefer the deeper water and love to hang around old structures. They are very meaty fish, with very little bone structure making them an ideal meal.


Avg Weight: 17 pounds
Season: April – October
About This Fish: Permit can be some of the hardest fish to catch, they are quick and feisty. Regardless of how hard they are to catch, they are very tasty fish and well worth the fight.

“Captain Darrell is great, he put us on a variety of fish, even sharks! I would highly recommend his services!”

– Kent Karjala

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