Fishing Apalachicola, St George Island, Cape San Blas, Port St. Joe, Carrabelle and Indian Pass
Apalachicola Bay Fishing!
The Apalachicola Bay has been known for its delicious oysters and seafood for over a hundred years. In our recent history we are now noted for our pristine waters, beautiful beaches and excellent Apalachicola Bay Fishing
What we at BookMeACharter target while fishing in the Apalachicola Bay are Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Tripletail, Jack Crevalle, Pompano, Shark and of course Tarpon. They say a picture is worth a thousand words go to our photo album and check it out, now we doing a lot of talking there.
We book charters in the Apalachicola Bay- through out Franklin County and part of Gulf County from Lanark Village to Port St. Joe. The locations include Lanark Village, Eastpoint, Apalachicola, Indian Pass, St.George Island,and Port St. Joe.
The barrier islands that help protect the Apalachicola Bay are Dog Island, St. George Island, Cape St. George Island and St. Vincent Island these are some of the best fishing locations that an inshore angler could ask. We also have four passes that are constantly flowing fresh clean gulf water into the nutrient rich Apalachicola Bay. These passes are East Pass located between Dog Island and St. George Island, Bob Sikes Cut located between St. George Island and Cape St. George Island, West Pass located between Cape St. George Island and St. Vincent Island and last but not least Indian Pass located between the mainland and St. Vincent Island. The passes are another one of our favorite spots to fish during certain times of the year when the fish are waiting in the currents of the cuts to ambush their prey and our baits.
How do we know all these spots? Because most of our captains are native to the area and their families have been here for generations fishing and working on the water. Most of our captains are from old salts that have worked and fished on our waters all their lives, so yes it’s been passed down the line to us. We do offer flounder gigging charters on the Apalachicola Bay.
The Apalachicola Bay waters are very shallow and during extremely low tides the depth can be as little as one to two feet of water, therefore for bay fishing we have to stay with the smaller 20-24 ft. boat size.
And for those that like the big boats that go out in 60-100 ft of water, we can do that too! We do offer offshore fishing charters.
So, if you’re looking for native, experienced guides that know the area and where the fish hang out, YOU FOUND US!
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