South Florida (Freshwater Day Trips)

Trip Summary

If freshwater kayak fishing in Florida’s canals for exotic peacock bass, clown knifefish, snakehead and largemouth sounds like your kind of jam… then we have the perfect setup for you.

Trip Inquiry Process

The booking process starts with you completing a simple form. You can start with a question or you can tell us that you are ready to book… it is easy and painless.


Booking Questions

Trip Package

Trip Cost

  • $300 (1)
  • $120 per additional angler

Includes

  • Hobie fishing kayak
  • Fishing gear (rod, reel, tackle)
  • PFD (Life vest)
  • Fishing guide
  • Water

Does not include: Lunch/Beverages, Florida Fishing License, Tip (Suggested $50)

Deposit Policy

If booking at least thirty (30) days ahead of your trip date, then you can book with a deposit of $120 per person.

Balances are due within two (2) weeks of your trip date.

If booking within thirty (30) days of your trip date, full payment is required.

Refund Policy

Refunds are not available for this trip after the cancellation period expires.

Cancellation Period: If you are booking well in advance, you can cancel up to seven (7) days before and receive a full refund. Once the cancellation period has passed, no refunds will be offered.

Weather Exception: If we need to move your date as a result of weather, we will attempt to find a date that works for you. If we cannot arrive on a date, we will offer a full refund.

COVID
  • We are booking for the 2020 and 2021 season
  • If your trip is cancelled due to COVID, we will try to reschedule you before we offer a refund
  • Extra cleaning protocols in place

Trip Questions

How Should I Prepare?

You should prepare for the weather to play games with you. Be sure to have layers to protect against cool morning and winds.

The sun is strong and is extra impactful when on the water. Be sure to protect yourself:

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses (ideally polarized)
  • Long sleeve shirt (ideal)
  • Lightweight fishing pants (ideal)
Sea Sickness

Do you get sea sick? If you do consider getting the patch or taking Bonine or Dramamine.

This is not an endorsed ad. We use a variety of different methods that suite the individual. We are merely making a suggestion.

Fishing License
  • Required

A single day fishing license is required for this trip. If you are a Florida resident and have the necessary saltwater, freshwater, snook, tarpon licenses than you good to go.

The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission has multiple options for residents and non-residents including multi-day licenses.

For complete rules, additional permits and fishing licenses, refer to the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission website.

Fish Species
  • Peacock bass (POPULAR)
  • Clown knifefish
  • Snakehead
  • Largemouth

South Florida Regional Map

Region incorporates Palm Beach, Jupiter, Delray, Stuart and Pompano Beach.


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