Information frequently requested


What methods of payment do you accept?

Cash is preferred, if you use a credit/debit card please add 4% .

Do we need to bring a cooler?

You can bring one if you like, but we do have Yeti coolers on each boat to put drinks in, usually clients bring a soft cooler or something similar to carry lunch & snacks on board.

What should we wear?

Hats and sunglasses ar the most important thing, a pair of polarized sunglasses may enlighten things on the water that you've never seen and experienced! Long sleeve breathable " micro fiber " shirts are recommended as well to prevent sunburn. Shorts or bathing suit, flip flops, or tennis shoes is fine. Towels are also a good thing to bring incase you'd like to go for a swim and cool off during the summer!

Do we need to tip our deckhand or captain?

We have several inshore or "bay boat" Captains that run our trips by themselves, they work extremely hard to take care of you and your crew and the boat they are running, with that being said they are the Captain and deckhand, please take care of them if they take care of you! Customary gratuity is 15-20%

On our 33' offshore boat, we have full time deckhand Alex Pilot aboard with us every day, his daily pay is included in the price for this boat on each trip, but if you do want tip him on top of that because he went over and beyond on your trip feel free to!!

What happens if we have bad weather the day of our trip?

Unfortunately we can not control the weather, we will reschedule your trip if we have room to do so, you will not be charged for the trip. If you choose to go fishing on a bad weather day you may on get a portion of the fishing time. That is totally up to you and the Captain running your trip that day. 

Do the fish have a season?

Yes most fish do have a season, so if you are planning to target a certain species please contact us in advance and ask what is open the time of year you are visiting, if you are just going fishing to catch and release then the time of year does not matter.