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In the heart of the Paradise Coast, where the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico meet beautiful white sandy beaches, lies a year-round fishery that'll leave you breathless. Fishing in Naples, Florida is an adventure you have to live to believe! Made up of mangroves, shallow flats, inland canals teeming with fish, as well as productive reefs and wrecks, you’ll find everything an avid fisherman needs.

If you're looking for a family adventure you can take your kids on, backcountry charters are your best option. These half day trips will have you fishing closer to town, targeting the likes of Snook, Redfish, Seatrout, Black Drum, Sheepshead, Sharks, and Flounder. If you’re up for a challenge, book a specialized fly fishing Tarpon trip, and finally bag that trophy “Silver King!”

Cruise the deep waters off the coast of Naples to reel in some tough-fighting creatures. Investing in a full day trip will get you in the range of Snapper, Grouper, Cobia, Amberjack, King Mackerel, and Permit. If you’re looking to tick some big game fish off your bucket list, opting for an extended deep sea charter will put you on monsters like Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and various big bottom dwellers.

With its fishing reputation, it’s no surprise that Naples is full of fishing charters ready to take you on your journey. Head down to the Naples Bay and take your pick, or visit the docks on Marco Island with a variety of boats at your disposal. No matter where you go, you’re sure to have a good time!

Reglas & Regulaciones

Booking a trip with a fishing charter in Naples will cover your fishing licenses. Note that some fish species have strict regulations in Florida, so the best way to make sure you’re fishing within the law is heading out with a reputable captain.

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With colder waters, inshore fish are gathering in deeper holes and channels in the back bays – a lot of species are available in a small area. Spotted Seatrout, Pompano, Redfish, and Black Drum are just a few on offer.


The weather can be changeable. This makes flexibility key, with a lot on offer for those in the know. As well as Sheepshead, Mangrove Snapper, and Trout, warm-water species like Snook and Redfish appear.


The days start to get longer and strong east winds keep the water clean and clear. Tarpon starts to come into the coves, flats, and backcountry, and Snook starts to migrate to the passes. Trout is consistently good on the grass flats.


Warmer weather starts to settle in, with water temperatures in the 70s. This is a transition month, so the weather can be unpredictable. Get it right, and you'll have great fishing for Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, and Shark.


May sees large numbers of Snook getting ready to spawn around the shoreline and passes. Tarpon fishing is excellent in the early morning and late evening. The weather is warm and reliable this time of year.


This is the peak time to sight fish for Snook, catching and releasing as per regulations. Tarpon fishing is good off the beaches and Sharks are caught in the shallow bays and nearshore.


Early morning and late evening fishing remains the best option, with large numbers of Snook still congregating in the passes to spawn. You can also find exciting Shark fishing in the bays.


Temperatures are very high in the daytime, so most fishing is limited to early morning and evenings. Offshore, seas are calm. This can be a good opportunity to put meat in the freezer – Kingfish, Snapper, and Grouper are biting well.


Hurricanes can potentially disrupt fishing as the weather starts to transition towards the fall. Nearshore, you will find King and Spanish Mackerel biting well, with large Bull Reds also in the cards.


Water temperatures cool considerably, making the all-day bite better than it was in previous months. Fish start to move into the back bays and passes. The Redfish bite is on fire in October.


Speckled Trout migrate into the back bays and are caught in good numbers over shallow patchy grass areas. You can find Bluefish and Pompano in the same spots. King and Spanish Mackerel are around nearshore.


This is Southwest Florida's busiest time of year, with comfortable temperatures throughout the day and good fishing for Snook, Trout, Redfish, Pompano, and Jack inshore. Offshore, there are Kingfish, Snapper, and Grouper.

Nápoles Calendario de Pesca

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Offshore Fishing Trip Smokin' Hooks
Michael B. ha pescado con Smokin’ Hooks el Agosto 2, 2021
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Lots of fish all around and under us.. They just chose not to take the bait that day we went out.
Nice half day out
Joseph V. ha pescado con All In Deep Sea Fishing Charters el Julio 29, 2021
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Choose a vessel and trip length appropriate for your angling skills and experience, endurance, affordability, and time available. Don't expect big game on a half day trip on a big boat, and conversely don't expect comfort on a small but fast open fisherman. Most importantly, talk to your captain....tell him or her what you expect, and they'll tell you what experience they can provide.
Half day trip with Captain Casey
Elizabeth L. ha pescado con All In Deep Sea Fishing Charters el Julio 18, 2021
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Find a reputable & experienced company to charter your trip. Don’t set your expectations too high, fish are unpredictable. Book a full day trip, this will get you further out in the ocean where the bigger fish are at.
July fishing trip
Praveen K. ha pescado con All In Deep Sea Fishing Charters el Julio 10, 2021
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The fish bites always, you have to listen to the captain for instructions
Half day trip with Capt Mark
Thresa G. ha pescado con Florida Excursions el Junio 22, 2021
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Just bring a good attitude and the rest will fall into place
Fishing trip on Wednesday 7th April
Cheryl M. ha pescado con Reel Funds Fishing Charters el Abril 7, 2021
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Book a fishing experience with Cap'n Joe and Matt; you will truly enjoy your trip!!!
Exceptional experience
BJ D. ha pescado con Lucky Strike Fishing Charter el Abril 1, 2021
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Lucky Strike is an amazing choice and you won’t be disappointed!
1/2 Day trip with Captain Mark
Randal S. ha pescado con Cruise Fish Dive- Spear1up el Marzo 17, 2021
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Listen to your captain. He is there to help you catch something.

FAQs about Fishing Charters in Naples

To give you an idea of how much a fishing trip in Nápoles costs, the average price for a 4 hour private trip is $568, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $1,057. These prices are based on trips booked on our site recently.

Prices will vary depending on trip length, fishing technique, as well as the type and size of the boat you booked. However, to give you an indication, the average boat size in Naples is 25 ft and the most common vessel type is a Center console.

According to customer reviews, 2 Thumbs Up Fishing Charters, Dreamaker Fishing Charters, and Lucky Strike Fishing Charter are some of the most popular fishing charters in Naples, Florida. Full list of top fishing charters in Naples.

2 Thumbs Up Fishing Charters and Lucky Strike Fishing Charter received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in Naples.

The best way to experience fishing in Naples is to book a private charter with a licensed fishing guide. See the full list of charters available for online booking here: List of fishing charters in Naples, Florida.

The most popular fish species you can target are Snook, Redfish, and Snapper (Mangrove). Top fishing techniques include equipo ligero, jigging, and spinning. Nearshore fishing, inshore fishing, and backcountry fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

Speckled Trout migrate into the back bays and are caught in good numbers over shallow patchy grass areas. You can find Bluefish and Pompano in the same spots. King and Spanish Mackerel are around nearshore. Check availability for local fishing charters in Naples.

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