Fishing Charter Guide, Bokeelia, Pine Island, Florida, Cape Coral, Florida
Tide Walker Charters
239 994 7818
EVERY TRIP IS AN ADVENTURE
With Host Captain Russ Walker - Masters Licensed Fishing Guide
Enjoy three great locations:
Lavender Public Ramp Located @
7290 Barrancas Avenue., Bokeelia, Pine Island, Florida, 33922
Out of 3618 SE 1st Avenue, Cape Coral, Florida 33904
3rd alternative Punta Rassa Ramp, Punta Rassa, Florida
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Cape Coral Fish Species
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Cape Coral fish species caught on a Tide Walkers Charter includes Tarpon, Snook, and Redfish and many more while fishing Cape Coral, Bokeelia, Matlacha and Boca Grande and Cayo Costa Islands.
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REDFISH & SNOOK
Snook and Redfish are the Ghosts of the Mangroves and backwaters. They are exceptional fighting fish striking viciously at artificial baits. Snook prefer anything that moves on top water and loves a well-placed live, free lined white bait. Redfish prefer cut bait on the bottom or lively artificials. Both These fish range from average size upwards to over 50 pounds and present a year round challenge. YOU CAN DO THIS!
SILVER KINGS of the Florida Coast! Returning early each spring to our local waters, Tarpon are migratory and run here through early summer. These giant fighters are not for the faint of heart as they are a handful. Average length: 5 feet, usually 60lbs to over 200lbs. This is a must do at least once in your lifetime. Let's Do This!
SPECKLED SEA TROUT
These fish are one of the most beautiful fish in Florida State waters, aggressive by nature and voracious feeders, providing fast paced fun and excitement for all southern sportsmen. They provide hours of enjoyable action off shallow grass flats and ledges near oyster bars. They are excellent table fare during the winter months when the water is cooler. FWC slot limit 15” to 20” releasing all trophy breeder fish over 20”. At Tide Walker Charters, we encourage the use of dehookers as to not touch the fish before we release them unharmed. Nice one Brian.