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November 2014 Split Charter

Big Fall MackerelIf you have an interest in splitting a charter with another angler in the next 30 days, please respond to this email. Please let me know what days you are available as well as the trip length that you re interested in.  Inshore we are catching redfish and, on the outside, fishing should be strong for kingfish, mackerel, grouper and a variety of other species following the recent cold front. The cost of a split charter is half of the normal cost, plus $25.  Should you want to bring an additional angler on your side of the split, the cost for this person is $50.

September 2014 Split Cost Charters

If you have an interest in splitting a charter with another angler in the next month or so, go ahead and shoot me an email regarding length of trip and the dates that you are available to go.  The cost for these spit charters is half of the regular rate plus $25 for putting the split together.  If you would like to bring someone with you, the additional angler charge is $50.  So, for example, if you would like to split a 4 hour trip and bring a friend, the cost would be as follows: $425 / 2 = $212.50 plus $25 for arranging the split plus $50 for the additional angler of a total of $287.50.  The base rate for a split charter is the same but the additional angler charge, on split and regular charters has gone up from $25 to $50.  If you would like me to set something up for you, please let me know.

February 2014 Split Charter

Late Winter redfih on Tampa Fishing CharterFor anyone interested in splitting a charter in the coming month, let me know the dates you are interested in as well as the length of trip you would like to fish. As is always the case, the cost of these split charters is half the cost of a regular charter plus $25 for arranging the split.  Trout remain the most popular game in town with a few more redfish starting to show up.  Although there don't appear to be any large groups of redfish around yet, singles and small groups of fish can be found laid up along certain shoreline locations. For anyone looking to split a trip in March, I do have a gentleman wanting to fish March 15th.  There is a decent tide that day...not huge but decent. With a warm spring, kingfish and spanish mackerel could be possible targets in addition to reds and trout.
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