Florida Fishing Guides, Tarpon Fishing Charters in Florida
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I'm Capt. Scott Hughes. Come make a memory with a exciting fishing trip in Southwest Florida. I specialize in light tackle saltwater, and fly fishing from the backcountry of the 10,000 Islands to flats of Pine Island Sound and the bay system of Charlotte Harbor and Boca Grande. All of my backcountry, flats charters and all-day Tarpon Charters are No Fish, No Pay! If you do not catch a game fish (or jump a tarpon on all-day trip) on your charter then there is no charge for the trip. I have pick-up locations out of Ft Myers, Marco Island, Pine Island, Punta Gorda and Boca Grande. I like to target big fish. During warm months, tarpon, sharks, snook, redfish, cobia, king mackerel and big jacks are the main species sought after. Most of the winter months are devoted to redfish, trout, snook and grouper. Whether your a beginner or a seasoned pro, I am an instructional guide who will provide the knowledge and techniques needed for a successful and enjoyable fishing trip.
No Fish, No Pay! Including Tarpon Fishing!
941-628-4247 or 941-575-2389
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That's me releasing a tarpon caught in Charlotte Harbor near Boca Grande Pass.
I have organized my website to help you make an informed decision about choosing a captain and organizing your trip.
Please browse the website to answer any questions you might have. I have been a full-time guide since 1997 and have a large repeat client base. I can get very busy during certain times of the year. If you like what I have to offer please try to book with as much advance notice as possible to assure of an available date. April, May and June tarpon trips need to be booked a few months in advance or as soon as possible since these dates are the most sought after of the year. After browsing the rest of the pages, find out what's biting by reading my fishing report. I report on what we have been catching in Southwest Florida from Charlotte Harbor to Ft Myers, Boca Grande and Marco Island. I try to update the report every week or two.
Still not Sure? Check out what some of my customers have to say about fishing with me. Testimonials
This is Tarpon Fishing!
We landed 4 tarpon in the 200-220 pound range this week. This tarpon was one of three giant 200 pound class fish that Paul Voisin caught in one 6hr trip.
This tarpon was caught during a cold front in April.
Snook and tarpon fishing in Charlotte Harbor
This tarpon is the typical catch for late summer "Blackwater" tarpon fishing here in Southwest Florida.
My tarpon fishing for this season ended on October 20th. Right now I am catching redfish, speckled trout and flounder on the flats of Pine Island Sound and Charlotte Harbor. (updated 11-20-12). Check out the Fishing Report for more details.
A nice Tarpon caught in Boca Grande Pass in July.
Check out the new Tarpon Fishing Charter videos that some of customers have sent me.
Tarpon Lodge Fishing Charter Video
Boca Grande Tarpon Sight Fishing Video
Boca Grande Pass Tarpon Fishing Video
Read my fishing report now! FISHING REPORT
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Due to a high number of spam e-mails, I miss a lot of important messages from potential customers so if your serious about booking a fishing charter I'd suggest you give me a call or at least put "booking request" or "fishing charter info" in the title of your e-mail. Thanks.
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Sight fishing for tarpon on the beaches of Cayo Costa State Park
Make a Memory! Go on a Southwest Florida Tarpon Charter in 2010.
*Try some of our late "off season" redfish and snook fishing. I recommend trying Pine Island for big redfish or Marco Island for snook. Excellent fishing with reasonable rates for trips and lodging! September-December.
* Or try some sight fishing on the flats of Pine Island Sound. We fish out of a shallow daft poling skiff for redfish, trout and sharks with very light tackle. Best fishing is November through February.
*If you can't fit in a tarpon fishing trip this spring don't forget that some of the best tarpon fishing of the year is July through the end of September. As an added bonus, the lodging rates are the lowest of the year!
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