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Join our captains for a true Old Florida fishing experience. Come aboard our 20 foot custom commercial skiff powered by a 2018 Mercury 115HP Pro XS as we target Red Fish, Trout, Snook, Sheepshead, Grouper, Cobia, Shark, Mackerel, Tarpon & much more (seasons permitting). Our location is one of the most convenient for fishing on the Nature Coast. With mangroves and shallow waters in our backyard, and the Gulf of Mexico being a short 10 minute ride, our charters allow you to have the maximum amount of time fishing instead of traveling. 


State required fishing license, poles, tackle, bait, ice, bottled water, and good stories all included. 


Let's embark on an underwater treasure hunt! Scalloping is an adventure that is fun for all ages. It's pretty easy to do, all you have to know is how to snorkel (no problem if not, our captains will teach you!). Our captains are local experts and work all year to pinpoint the best scalloping areas. With our location being only 7 miles from the scallop grounds, you will be able to spend as much time as possible in the water and enjoy true Old Florida! After you return to the marina, get a lesson on shucking and bring your scallops home for dinner!  

State required fishing license, mask, snorkel, fins, bounty bag, ice, and bottled water all included.



Come join us for an exciting ride on the Airboat as we take you back in time to explore true Old Florida views and endless wildlife. Guests have a chance to see Dolphin, Manatee, Sharks, Stingray, Wild Pigs, Deer, Alligators, Fish, Bald Eagle and so many other species of wildlife, as well as historical sites and Indian burial mounds! With an Airboat, you can go in extremely shallow spaces, making it truly a unique experience on the water!


 Go for a kayak or paddle board adventure on one of our state of the art paddle boards or kayaks. We offer both tandem and single kayaks, right off of the scenic Halls River in Homosassa. Guests can see the manatees at the head springs, the monkeys on Monkey Island, or even venture out to the salt marsh trails of the Salt River. We're a short paddle away from paradise.

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