Nauti-Gal Fishing Adventures invites you to explore the offshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico, cruising out of Naples, Florida. Fish up to 9 miles out for anything from Grouper to Sharks. Enjoy a fun and productive day with your fishing buddies, family, and friends.
The company is run and operated by Captain Ted Gibson. He knows the waters like the back of his hand, being a real threat to any fish. Ted’s repertoire includes fishing in the Everglades National Park, the Gulf of Alaska, and more.
Nauti-Gal Fishing Adventures pride themselves in being able to cater to your specific needs and wishes, whether that means catching a fish of a lifetime or sorting your weekly dinners out.
You will go out aboard a recently uphauled 29’ Intrepid center console. Its twin 250 HP Mercury engines will power you to the hottest grounds in the area and all Garmin navigational and fish finding electronics will aid your search for the fish. The boat is outfitted with professional accessories and tools, including Yeti 160 coolers, St. Croix rods, and Penn reels. Plus, there is a toilet on board!
Stay closer to shore and fish over natural ledges, reefs, and artificial structures. Or head a further out for a healthy dose of Snapper or target Goliath Grouper after you’ve caught your dinner.
All trips come with everything you need to make a great catch possible. You will be provided with a license, St. Croix and Penn rods and reels, lures, bait, and drinks. When you return to shore, your catch will be cleaned and ready to go straight into the frying pan.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Intrepid (Center console) originally built in 2015. Powered by 2 250HP Mercury engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 32 knots.
Types of Fishing
Nápoles Fishing Calendar
Fishing has been good despite the world coming to an end! We have been catching lots of sharks over the last week and have had some giant ones on the line...perhaps this is the actual reason they closed the… Read Full Report →
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