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Office Phone: 850-340-1035
Address:
130 Atlantic St. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
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It’s All About Fun
Aboard the Saint Misbehavin’

Florida Gulf Coast fishing charters come in all shapes and sizes but we think they should all be ABOUT FUN! Our excursions include fishing, sightseeing tours, sunset cruises, eco-tours, photography, and scalloping around Florida’s Forgotten Coast including Port St. Joe, Cape San Blas, Mexico Beach and Indian Pass. We encourage family groups including women and children. Take your kids fishing! Even children just big enough to hold a rod will enjoy bringing one in!About Fun Charters

About Fun Charters

Captain Charlene is a Marine Biologist and a U.S. Coast Guard licensed and insured Captain. Before moving to the Port St. Joe area, Captain Charlene Burke grew up on the Mississippi Coast and is an avid Saints fan. View our rates and more info.

Charters & Rates,About Fun Charters

About Fun Charters offers an array of beautiful boating experiences including boat rides, sightseeing tours, sunset cruises, eco-tours, photography, scalloping and fishing. We encourage family groups including women and children. Take your kids fishing! Even children just big enough to hold a rod will enjoy bringing one in!

Fishing Charters

The Saint Misbehavin’ is a 26 foot Twin Vee with plenty of room for up to 6 guests. We will be using light spinning tackle to catch redfish, speckled trout, flounder, tripletail and blackdrum. Using heavier equipment we can target pompano, cobia, mackerel, sharks and bull-reds.About Fun Charters

Cobia! Cobia! Cobia! They are here a bit early because of the warm March and April months this year.  March and April was dry and calmer than recent years and that helps keep the Gulf waters clear and blue making it easier to sight fish for them. I have been fishing for Sheephead on our artificial reefs along Mexico Beach and cobia chased live shrimp up to the top.  When that happens I am always ready with a pre-rigged heavy rod and reel. Last year I used a green jig-head and loaded it with squid.  Spanish and Kings are here too.  Trolling a king duster along the buoy line will get you large Spanish mixed in with small kings during the early mornings. I use chartreuse, pink, and blue/silver king rigs. Pompano are schooling along the beaches and near piers.  I use live shrimp and sand flies on number 4 circle hooks with just enough weight to get the bait to the bottom. Remember “tight lines”.About Fun Charters

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