Treasure Island Fishing Charters
Top Local Fishing Charters
The Best Fishing Charters in Treasure Island, FL.
Because of its proximity to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, plenty of qualified Treasure Island fishing charters is waiting to take you on the fishing trip of your dreams.
Inshore fishing in Treasure Island is red hot. Try your luck on a day trip on the water with your Treasure Island fishing guide, landing the Grand Slam of Snook, Redfish, and Sea Trout in one outing. Then, in May, June, and July, you can be in for a treat, being entertained by the high-flying and dancing of the “Silver King” as you reel one in during the peak of Tarpon season.
Offshore something is always biting. You can head to the extensive reef system for Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, Amberjack, and Kingfish. If you are looking for something different, you can enter the annual Kingfish tournament that attracts anglers from all over. Futher offshore, you will be in for some rod bending drag screaming action bringing in Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna, Sailfish, and the other trophy fish.
Many marinas are located in and near the town, and booking a day or days with a professional Treasure Island fishing charter is the best way to spend a day on the water and come home with a cooler full of fish. Fishing is exciting in this small easy-going city!
Avg. Fishing Rates
The average prices vary depending on what you are looking for but: Offshore
- 4 hr – $800 for 6 anglers
- 6 hr – $1190 for 6 anglers
- 8 hr – $1450 for 6 anglers
- 4 hr – $667 for 6 anglers
- 6 hr – $800 for 6 anglers
- 8 hr – $1150 for 6 anglers
- 4 hr – $550 for 2 anglers
- 6 hr – $690 for 2 anglers
- 8 hr – $1050 for 2 anglers
- 4 hr – $850 for two anglers
- 4 hr – $630
- 11hr – $2300
- 4 hr – $64/adult $39/child
- 8 hr – $94/adult $61/child
- 4 hr – $2250 (avg. up to 120 anglers)
- 8 hr – $3650
Everything you need to have a great day on the water with your Treasure Island fishing charter is included in your charter price. This includes; licenses, rods, reels, tackle and bait. The captain recommends you wear a hat and bring good UV-protective sunglasses and sunscreen.
Also to show proof of the fish that did not get away you should bring a good camera or video camera so that you can boast to your friends about your day and your catch.
You can bring beverages and snacks too. Some charters do include beverages and snacks so you need to check if you need to bring your own water or other beverage. Some charters also allow beer. Check with your Treasure Island fishing guide for all of their rules and policies.