All tackle, bait licenses rods and reels are included. Deck hand available at 15% additional. Please bring your best good luck!
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Food & Drinks
Bring your own food and drinks or we can arrange that for you as well. Let’s have fun on the water!!
Plan on getting hungry! Pulling on big fish burns up a bunch of calories, trust me, you will get hungry! Sandwiches and snanks aer a good bet, bring lots of bottled water, you'll need it!
Enough chit-chat...Let’s go fishing!!
Book A Trip
Let's go fishing!
Enjoy a great day on the water fishing inshore or offshore, Full or 1/2 day in Mexico Beach! Charter Fish with Capt. Tom Adams
DEPOSIT REQUIRED (see below)
1. SEND ME AN EMAILtomadams@mexicobeachcharters.com
Include the following info:
• DATE & TIME (AM / PM) and how many hours we are fishing. Morning trips leave at 5am central time, your time starts at 5 am because the rest of my schedule for that day revolves around the morning trips duration. So come a few minutes early for loading.
• NUMBER OF PEOPLE FISHING
• CELL PHONE NUMBER where you can be reached when you are down here for your fishing trip.
You MUST call the afternoon or evening before to confirm and check the weather for any delays or postponements BEFORE 8 PM central time as I wake up at 3-3:30 AM daily.
PLEASE SEND $207. FOR THE DEPOSIT(To make sending your deposit earier, click the payPal button below. The 7.00 is for paypal charge.) There are no reservations until deposit is received so the first person to send a deposit for any certain day, gets that day ,no matter how many times we have talked previously.
Stuff to bring
Nothing like the bright Florida sunshine on a perfect fishing day. Here are some helpful reminders of stuff you will want to bring. Camera, sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat are a must for offshore fishing. Gallon sized zip-lock bags are great fro keeping your personal stuff dry.
AGAIN WITH THE CAMERA!!!
Cameras capture the moment, bring your smart phone, digital camera or even a disposable camera, you will wish you did.
Polorized sunglasses are the best for seeing in the water and reducing glare.
Sunscreen will keep you from turning that glowing "Lobster Red" and the new UV clothing are some of the tools of the fishing trade.
Hats, keep that brain from frying! Any hat will help keep you cool. Gloves for handling fish are another favorite if you like to get your hands dirty! -->