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Get Some Charters

Get Some Charters


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Welcome to “Get Some” Charters, your home for the best saltwater fishing in Everglades City, Marco Island and Everglades National Park. We provide an experience that anglers of all levels and ages can enjoy. Our charters will take you fishing to some of the most unspoiled and picturesque areas in south Florida. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert angler looking for a challenge, our family-friendly charter is just what you need to make your time out on the water truly unforgettable. So come and “Get Some” Fish with us!

Captain John Dant offers an unparalleled fishing experience in the Everglades. As a native Floridian, he has been fishing since age 4, honing his skills and expertise to provide an incredible outing for anglers of all levels. Captain John is dedicated to helping you get hooked on fishing. With decades of local knowledge, he knows exactly where to take you for the best catch. He runs a family-friendly boat, so why not bring your kids out with him and get them hooked as well?

The “Get Some” Charters’ boat is an impressive 2020 Nauticstar 249XTS Bay Boat powered by a Yahama 250SHO engine. It’s equipped with a custom T-top that provides plenty of shade and comfortable seating for up to five anglers, so bring the whole family. The boat also features top-of-the-line navigational electronics and a trolling motor/Powerpole to get you close to the fish and ensure your success.

When fishing inshore and offshore of Everglades City, Florida, you can expect a great variety of inshore and offshore fish. Plenty of inshore fish, such as redfish, snook, tarpon, and sea trout, can be caught in the inshore waters. Offshore, you can expect to catch a variety of pelagic and bottom dwellers, such as wahoo, king mackerel, grouper, snapper and more. When fishing with “Get Some” Charters, you’ll experience an unforgettable adventure while getting the chance to land some of the most exciting inshore and offshore fish that Florida has to offer.

A variety of techniques can be utilized by Captain John when fishing the backcountry waters of the Everglades. He can use light tackle and artificial lures such as top-water plugs, soft plastics, spinners, jigs and live bait. He can also employ drifting with live bait, trolling with artificial lures and bottom fishing with cut bait. To top it off, he sight fishes for redfish, snook and tarpon, using fly rods, spinning gear and popping corks.

We offer a range of charters to suit all anglers. From the Backwater charter, fishermen can choose between 1/2 Day trips lasting 4 hours, 3/4 Day trips lasting 6 hours and Full Day trips lasting 8 hours. The Offshore charter is perfect for adventurous seafarers – offering 3/4 day trips of 6 hours and Full Day trips of 8 hours. Trips can be tailored to your desired experience. If you do not want to fish, Captain John can find you the perfect shelling spots or take you on an enjoyable sightseeing cruise exploring the beauty of the Everglades. No matter what you choose, we promise a memorable adventure on the water that will satisfy everyone.

Everything you need is provided for a great day on the water! From fishing licenses, bait, top-line rods, reels, and quality tackle to a cooler filled with ice and bottled water. We even provide local knowledge to ensure your adventure is one to remember. It is recommended to bring items such as hats, polarized sunglasses, weather-appropriate clothing, comfortable shoes, snacks and drinks, a camera, and sunscreen. After your adventure, we’ll even fillet your catch so you can take home some delicious dinner.

“Get Some” Charters is the perfect way to experience the beauty of the Everglades National Park with your family. With our experienced and friendly Captain, you’re sure to have a safe and enjoyable fishing experience. We provide a boat designed for all fishing needs. Whether you’re an experienced angler or just getting started, “Get Some” Charters will help make your trip unforgettable. Join us for an experience you will not forget, and let’s “Get Some” Fish!