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Full-Day Trips

On this trip you will be fishing approximately 15-40 miles off shore for Grouper, Snapper, Amberjack, King Mackerel, Dolphin, Cobia, Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna and Sailfish.

Trips are 9 hours long.

Price: $900.00  ( 6 people max )

( prices are per charter not per person ) 

Half-Day trips 

On this trip you will be fishing approximately 5-25 miles off shore for  Cobia, King Mackerel, Barracuda, Dolphin, Snapper, Sailfish.

Trips are 5 hours long.

Price: $700.00  ( 6 people max )

(prices are per charter not per person )

(Trip can be extended for an additional $100.00 per hour)


 

A deposit of $200.00 is required in order to hold your date and will be due at the time in which you book your trip. If your plans change and you are unable to make the trip your deposit will be refunded, provided we receive at least 3 days advance notice of cancellation. A tip of 15% - 20% is customary for the crew at the end of your trip.

To book your trip, please contact Capt. Eric Kropp (321)258-7093 or send us an email here

The "Odyssey" has a maximum capacity of six passengers. Everything for your trip will be provided except for food and beverage. For your safety, no hard liquor or illegal substances are allowed on board. Anything brought on board is subject to inspection by the captain or mate. In order to make your trip both comfortable and pleasurable, the crew recommends that you bring the following: white soled shoes, sun screen, hats, sunglasses, comfortable clothing, etc (see below). In addition, fish cleaning services are available at no extra charge. If there is anything we can do to make your trip more enjoyable, please do not hesitate to ask.

What to Bring on your Charter

Chances are your trip aboard the "Odyssey"will be a very rewarding and exciting experience. Many factors such as the weather and the fish's appetite are beyond our control. However, we do always make the best out of what is given to us.

  • Here in Florida the sun is a major factor during a day of fishing. Many people do not realize the intensity of the sun until it's too late. The reflection of the sun off the water and deck of most boats tend to triple the amount of sun one gets compared to a day on land. Sunscreen is very important as well as some type of hat.
  • Sunglasses are essential and polarized lenses are equally important to reduce glare. This is crucial for a person to see fish underwater.
  • Lightweight, long-sleeve shirts and pants are popular sun protection as well.
  • Don't forget your camera and video equipment. The "Odyssey" has plenty of dry storage to protect your sensitive equipment. Large ziploc bags make great waterproofing for any items you wish to stay dry during your adventure.
  • Lightweight rain gear is handy for a passing shower, some spray during the ride or as another layer if you get cold.
  • Footwear is also important on a boat. Shoes with good traction are essential and black sole shoes are not allowed on the vessel.
  • Food and drinks are the responsibility of the charter.
  • Lots of water is important to prevent dehydration.
  • Alcohol in moderation is acceptable.
  • No bottles or hard liquor allowed.
  • If your charter takes you offshore or if you have concerns about seasickness, take one of the many types of medicines available before you depart. Follow instructions on the label closely. Taking something after you feel bad rarely succeeds in helping you feel better. Better to be safe than sorry.