2018 Tarpon Fishing Season
First things first I have redesigned my website to make it totally mobile friendly. Check it out and let me know what you think. www.GoFishCharters.com
On to the tarpon, with all the cold weather in Florida this year the tarpon should return to more normal patterns. The last few years warm winter weather affected arrival and feeding patterns and shortened the Harbor tarpon fishing. I expect we will see a better April as we return to more traditional weather patterns. I have begun putting my book together for the up coming season and I have new and repeat clients that have already sent deposits and claimed some days. Contacting me as early as possible helps you get the dates you want and eases the pressure on me for scheduling. Rates for 2018 will remain the same, I have continued to find ways to keep my rates as low as I can while still offing a quality trip. You can find them located here Tarpon Fishing Rates
I want to add a thank you to everyone who fished with me last season, as well as those that have already scheduled for the upcoming season. On Face Book you can catch me here. I will be updating the tarpon season action as it begins. Tarpon Fishing Charters Is On Face Book
I had great success on my boat last season, but it was not without heartache. With that said the most failures that were on my boat was a 6hr trip. All though they where limited it does not change the fact that some days 6hrs is not enough time. My 8 hr trips and whole day trips are not only the most popular and widely booked they are also the most successful and it is a very rare for a 8hr or whole day trip to be a complete washout.
"There are 3 types of fisherman - those who fish for sport, those who fish for fish and those who fish for TARPON" Capt Andy Boyette