Make The Most Of Your Trip On The Channelmaster
A Little Preparation
Take seasick medication the night before if needed for your ride on The Channelmaster. Please pack light and arrive a little early for your fishing charter in St. Augustine, Florida. Take as few coolers as possible for your food and drinks. Don't forget cameras, sunscreen, sunglasses, rubber-soled shoes, hats, comfortable clothing and old rags or towels. You'll want to bring a spare container and leave it in your vehicle for your cleaned fish after the fishing charter.
Your fishing charter will leave on schedule. You should check with the captain the night before to discuss weather, ask any questions and verify the departure time. All bait and tackle is provided. You should bring your own food unless other arrangements for catering the trip have been made. Many customers graciously include the captain in their planning when packing provisions.
Captain Al will demonstrate the proper use of the rod and reel, as well as teach you how to bait and set the hook. The captain will also keep you in bait, gaff the fish brought in and unhook it, ice down your catch and keep the boat clean. Always attentive, Captain Al is dedicated to providing you with a memorable trip on The Channelmaster.
Back At The Dock
The captain will assist your party so you may take pictures of your catch and then clean, fillet and package your fish if desired. Please note, tipping the captain is customary and well deserved for their long hours. Enjoy charter fishing deep sea fishing and sport fishing with our professionals on The Channelmaster in St. Augustine, Florida.
The fishing in Florida is good almost any time, but if you're looking for a particular species, the chart below will show you when the fishing is best!