We’re at the start of spring-time fishing here in Bradenton and we have charters going out daily with a few spots left. As we move through the first of the warm weather seasons we find ourselves looking forward to the summer months shortly ahead. This area comes alive with highly active (and aggressive) inshore gamefish smashing bait pods, excellent sight fishing, backcountry trips, and the seasonal tarpon migration. Take a look at the charter fishing action we will be offering all summer long!

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Bradenton Inshore Fishing Charters – All Summer

This is what Bradenton is famous for, an abundant inshore fishery loaded with flats, mangrove islands, backcountry adventures, and nearshore fishing opportunities. This is part of the largest open-water estuary in Florida (neighboring Tampa Bay) with freshwater flows from the inland side, and a direct feed from the Gulf of Mexico. We will be targeting snook, redfish, seatrout, snapper, grouper, spanish mackerel, tarpon, and so much more.

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Family Fishing Trips In Bradenton – All Summer

Captain Nate is one of the best hosts and guides in the Bradenton area for family-friendly fishing trips. These charters can be catered to fit your family style and can be a day full of action-packed fun – for everyone aboard.

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Bradenton Tarpon Fishing Charters – April Through July

The seasonal tarpon migration is one of the busiest times in the area. tarpon swarming in by the hundreds and thousands take over the inshore area. Anglers looking to battle the Silver King will find these trips fill up fast and the action is second to none.

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Need Help Planning?

If you need help planning, figuring out the best times to fish, or are looking for something a little different, give Captain Nate a call directly at 941-932-5609 or visit our Contact Page to get started.