RATES & INFO
I’m excited for the opportunity to fish with you. Please read below and reach out with any questions!
Fill out the form below and leave your name and information for the trip you would like to schedule. It is best to list a couple of options for the dates you have available. I will check my calendar and get back with you as soon as I can.
We will be sight casting primarily for redfish in shallow water with occasional shots at black drum, sea trout, flounder and sheepshead. Water is provided and please feel free to bring food and any other beverages you desire.
Salt Water Rates:
Full day $800 for 1 or 2 anglers
Half day $600 for 1 or 2 anglers
A 50% deposit is required to reserve your date(s). Remaining charter fees are to be paid with CASH or CHECK to after your charter. If you wish to charge your trip, a processing (5%) fee will be added. Gratuities are customary and appreciated.
A 15 day advanced noticed for all cancellations is required for a full refund. If you cancel within 15 days you will lose your deposit. If you cancel within 7 days you are responsible for 100% of the trip and your credit card will be automatically charged. Cancellation due to extreme weather conditions will be determined only when the safety of the client is at risk. In these cases, deposits will be refunded or held to reserve rescheduled date.
Most modern fly tackle gear intended for Salt Water use in line weights 7-9 will work fine. Extra equipment is supplied as well. Flies are supplied for the angler but in the event you wish to bring your own: Clouser Minnows and a variety of shrimp and crab pattern work well. Surface patterns are effective. Depending on water clarity, a mix of bright colors like white, pink and chartreuse as well as a selection of natural colors like tan cream and brown.
Polarized sunglasses are critical (brown, copper, or amber lenses work best). Fishing License, Dark under-brim hat, quick drying tropical clothing, sun protection such as a Buff, sun gloves, unscented lotion type sunscreen/ please no spray. Deck or boat shoes with grippy, non black scuffing soles. Wading boots are not required as most fishing is done from the boat. If you prefer to do some wading neoprene booties are best.
Contact Dew in the form above with any questions.