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Numerous Possibilities in Naples!

Whether you want to fish close to shore, venture out into the “deep blue sea”, or take advantage of one of our specialty charters… we’re here to give you the fishing trip of a lifetime.


Our offshore charters are great for the hardcore angler searching for big grouper and snapper. We offer 3/4 day and full day offshore trips and head out from 15-40 miles offshore.


Our nearshore trips are great for people looking for a short boat run and good action. We offer these trips in 1/2 day, 3/4 day, and all day trip lengths and typically fish from 5-15 miles offshore.

Naples Fishing Trips

Naples, Florida is your portal to epic offshore and nearshore fishing charters in the Gulf of Mexico. This fishery is home to monster cobia, permit, red snapper, gag grouper, black grouper, scamp grouper, red grouper, snook, pompano, bluefish, wahoo, amberjack, and so much more. Known as the “The Paradise Coast”, this is truly an anglers paradise.

The waters of the Gulf of Mexico are warm year-round. In this, offshore fishing is also good year-round, including in the winter. Nearshore there are several wreck locations to fish that are jam-packed with highly sought after gamefish species. Here and in deeper water, you can find goliath grouper, king mackerel and several kinds of snapper.

a fisherman holding a fresh caught grouper in naples
A fisherman holding a fresh caught amberjack in Naples
Fisherman with many fish
fisherman with grouper

Thanks to local and national efforts, there are now over  80 artificial reefs along Florida’s Paradise Coast offshore of Collier County – out of Naples. These provide habitat for a wide variety of marine life. Shortly after their deployment, according to The City of Naples, mangrove snapper, tomtates, lane snapper, goliath grouper, amberjack, round scad, threadfin herring, sheepshead, and pinfish were all spotted within these structures. Over time, these artificial reefs now provide anglers with excellent opportunities to fish for some of the most desired species in the state.

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