Specializing in Inshore Fishing

Captain Mickey Gibbs

is a Florida Native with over 20 years of inshore fishing experience hooking Tarpon, Redfish, Snook and Trout from Anclote to Englewood.

 

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Captain Mickey  began fishing for Bass and Bluegill as a kid with his Dad while canoeing down local rivers and lakes.   He acquired his love for Salt Water fishing at the age of 12 when he hooked his first Tarpon while visiting Pine Island with a family friend.  Captain Mickey bought his first boat when he was 16 and has been on the water since.

Charter Captain Mickey for a relaxing day on the water and leave the stress of everyday life at the shore.  Fishing trips are a perfect way for parents and kids to spend quality time together.  Fishing creates memories that last a lifetime.

As fishing legend Ernie Lee would say...

If you’re too busy to go fishing, you’re just too busy!”

Our "Pathfinder" is 22 feet long she rides smooth and handles the chop well. Built solid and with comfort in mind its a great skiff for the bay. 

Tons or room to bring whatever you need, towels, bags, cooler or the kitchen sink,  and still fish up to 5 people comfortably.  The high sides are nice for bringing even the youngest of family members. 

  •  She fishes 1 to 5 anglers comfortably.
  •  She  can fish 6 if it is 3 adults and 3 small children.

 

 

Fishing:

All the fishing rods and reels will be supplied, Bait and tackle including artificial baits, live bait, frozen bait, and chum. I am a captain so anyone on board is covered by my license, I will have Ice and a cooler for you for your drinks that you will bring. Remember We can and will filet and bag your catch if you would like us to...

 

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Bring all your food and drinks. If you want to bring beer you should clear it with the charter Captain first.

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A duffle bag is a good idea to bring for carrying your rain gear, extra tee shirt, hat, and other personal items that you need to bring on a salt water fishing trip.

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Bring a ball cap or a fishing hat to protect you from the intense sun. Remember the ocean intensifies the suns glare and can cause you to burn much quicker than on land.

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Not as important on a large sportfishers with the luxery of a "floating family room" with all the amenities but on vessels without a cabin you certainly should bring some rain gear or foul weather gear.

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Bring sun glasses. Preferrably polarized fishing glasses to lessen the sun's glare that reflects up off the water. Bring a camera to take snapshots of those big game fish you release and better yet bring your video camera to capture the charter fishing action.

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For the same reason you wear your hat on the water you will want plenty of sun screen especially if you easily burn. The suns effects are doubly strong on the water and without sunscreen can cause you to burn very quick. If you get sea sick or aren't sure if you get sea sick then it is a very wise idea to take your Dramamine before you leave the dock. Nothing can ruin a fishing trip worse than a guy named "RALPH".

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Also depending on what type of fishing you will be doing you may need a large cooler for your fish. Something on shore or in your vehicle, At least something to carry your catch home in.    

 


 

 

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