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Redfish, Snook, Trout, & More!

Shallow water
inshore fishing!

Anna Maria Island, including the Bradenton and Holmes Beach fisheries, along Tampa Bay, are famous for their shallow water, inshore, fishing opportunities. Redfish, snook, trout, spanish mackerel, sheepshead, flounder, and even sharks all call our area home.

Within minutes of being picked up, you can be catching fish — no need for long boat rides. And, typically, Capt. Nate will have already caught bait before picking you up so that you can go straight to fishing. Most of our fishing is done in less than 3 feet of water and just minutes from the boat ramp.

Capt. Nate has been fishing these waters since 1985 and loves to share his knowledge of fishing with people. It doesn’t matter what your skill level is, Capt. Nate can provide a successful and enjoyable inshore fishing charter for you in Sarasota.

If you want to get out on the boat and experience some of the best inshore fishing that the west coast of Florida has to offer, be sure to book a charter with Capt. Nate.

a picture of a fisherman holding a redfish caught in Sarasota, along Tampa Bay, with others on boat in the background.

Anna Maria Has Direct Access To Popular Local Fisheries

This area is in close quarters to neighboring fisheries that each offer their own unique fishing opportunities. While an Anna Maria Island fishing charter will get you into this same level of fishing, Captain Nate offers convenient local pickup in Bradenton, Holmes Beach, and Sarasota.

Learn More About Bradenton Fishing

Bradenton, Florida is home to some of the best inshore fishing action on the west coast of Florida – arguably the state. There is a nearly endless hit list of popular inshore species here to target all year-round.

Learn More About AMI Fishing

Anna Maria Island is uniquely situated on the southern opening to Tampa Bay with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico on one side and an amazing inshore estuary system on the other.

Check out these inshore catches!

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