What to Bring
What to Bring
When it comes to dressing for your charter trip, we suggest sticking to lightweight and light in color. The weather can change throughout the day, so it’s a good idea to bring a jacket or windbreaker. In addition, you can always check the weather forecast. A waterproof jacket can also protect you from the ocean spray.
As much as you’ll be relaxing, you’re also going to be on your feet, fighting a battle with your soon-to-be big catch. Be sure to wear your most comfortable shoes or boots, preferably non-skid so that when you’re on your feet, you stay on your feet.
Although you may feel that refreshing breeze coming from off the water, you’re going to start feeling the effects of the sun’s rays beating down on you throughout the day. Come well-prepared with a wide-brimmed hat to help keep you cool and protect you from the sun.
Polarized Sun Glasses
A good pair of polarized sunglasses is worth the investment for all your fishing charter adventures. They offer better protection from the glare of the water and protect your eyes from the sun.
Sea Sickness Medication
There are several over-the-counter remedies for seasickness, but it would be best to consult with your doctor or pharmacist on the matter because preparation is key.
Sun Tan Lotion
When on a fishing charter trip, you must take the necessary precautions to protect yourself from the sun. Bring along at least 30+ SPF and remember to reapply throughout the day.
Cooler for Your Catch
Although we will clean and bag your fish, you should bring a cooler so that your fish remains fresh during your drive back to your destination.
Getting to know your captain and first mate will have a tremendous impact on what you get from your trip. A friendly attitude and a respectful relationship will go a long way toward making your time on the boat an enjoyable one.