Naples Offshore, Inshore & Back Water Fishing Charters

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We know where the fish are!

We offer fully guided excursions from 4 hour (half day) to 8 (all day) trips and anything in between. Whether you fish 75 days a year or just want to have fun with the family, fishing the calm waters of Naples, Florida is a perfect fit. Our fishing trips can be tailor-made to to suit your timetable and fishing goals during your stay in Naples.

The varieties of Gulf fishing trips we offer are: Tarpon, Grouper, Cobia, Redfish, Gag Grouper, Mangrove Snapper, Spotted Seatrout, Kingfish and more!

Experienced charter captain

Snook Fishing
We know where the fish are and how to catch them. We only use freshly caught live bait and adhere to state laws and regulations when it comes to harvesting fish off of the Gulf Coast of Florida.

Don’t be fooled by no fish, no pay Naples charter boats. I take pride in what I do and know you will have a great time fishing the Gulf waters with me.

Call 239-280-6246 or email me to book a trip today!



Offshore & nearshore fishing charters

Our offshore and nearshore fishing takes place in the Gulf of Mexico and is a must when vacationing to the Paradise Coast.

Our most popular trip is our half-day, 4-hour trip. These trips consist of inshore fishing around docks, bridges, mangroves and other structures. Live bait is the most common method used here. We use light-tackle spinning rods that are versatile and easy for anyone to use.

Grouper Fishing

Backwater fishing charters

Relax and enjoy backwater fishing with Captain Tony Fontana of Naples, FL. Soak up the scenery and seclusion that Southwest Florida’s Intracoastal waterways, mangroves, and fishing holes offer.

For ten years I’ve been taking people out to local waters that offer some great fishing for trout, reds, snook, and much more.

Fish we catch in Naples & Marco Island, Florida

Besides this list, we can tailor your charter to your specific fishing requirements. Let me know what you want to catch and how you want to catch it (traditional fishing, fly fishing or bow fishing)!