Permit & Offshore
Captain Tadem has built a reputation on sight casting permit offshore. He loves the thrill of the chase and there is nothing like seeing a school of permit tailing in deep water. These amazing creatures have amazing eyesight so we use light tackle and long leaders to ensure they eat our baits.
On top of chasing world class permit offshore, we also bottom fish for big gag grouper, sight cast Cobia off the surface, and chum up the snapper and kingfish into a frenzy.
Should you need ideas, Captain Tadem Stewart can start you off. We do business with a large number of Southwest Florida visitors with a wide variety of recreation packages. No group comes back to shore without having experienced an exhilarating time on the waters off of Fort Myers, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island (NOAA’s Florida Gulf Coast Chart No. 11427 (Fort Myers to Charlotte Harbor and Wiggins Pass). Consider us as your personal adventure planner. We’ll take care of all the details.
If you want to take your vacation to the next level, then you’ve got quite a few reasons to seek the services of a Deep Sea Fishing Charter Captain. Our trips add a sense of adventure to your Sanibel Florida area vacation. Getting out on the water and treating your kids, a group of buddies, or business associates to a behind the scenes look at our remarkable playground of waterways will be something they’ll remember forever.
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Sanibel FL Offshore Fishing Charter Boats In Search Of Reef Species
Some of our adventurous Offshore Fishing Charter clients wish to cruise further west into the Gulf to hunt for reef and deep sea species. The Fort Myers area has over 200 offshore reefs deployed by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Fort Myers Lee County. There are several shallow-water man-made reefs in close proximity of our shores where we often find some wonderful edible fish like mangrove snapper, sheepshead, or maybe a cobia.
We usually see small grouper close to shore, particularly in summertime, but expect most of your catch to be smaller reef fish. Roving aquatics like Spanish mackerel will occupy the reefs before summer and just after fall, as well as pompano and yellowtail.