Rates & Charter Info

B06-rates-02ack country/Flats charters include use of all tackle, fishing license, bait, flies and a cooler with ice for your drinks and lunch. Anglers must provide their own drinks and lunch. My skiff can hold up to two anglers.

I ask for a 100.00 deposit for each guided day you would like to reserve. Please send your deposit to:

Captain Adam DeBruin
137 South Rolling Hill RD
Tavernier, FL  33070

Payment accepted: personal checks, business checks, traveler’s checks and cash.

Refund / Cancellation Policy

If the guide cancels the trip for any reason, you will receive a full refund of the $100.00 deposit. If the client cancels the trip 30 days in advance, a full refund of the deposit will be issued. If the client cancels the trip within 48 hours of the planned departure date or doesn’t show up as scheduled, the deposit will not be refunded.

Weather and wind are a factor in every fishing trip; we will try our best to work around it when needed; cancellations for weather conditions are at the captain’s discretion.

 

Rates:

Full Day (8 hours) $650

Half Day (4 hours) $500

Full Day white water (8 hours) $700

There is an extra charge of $175 for a third person

A note on half day charters: With a few exceptions a half day charter is a very challenging prospect. Without the option of fishing some more distant locations or having the time needed to figure out the mood of our sometimes fickle targets, success is far from guaranteed. It can feel like you are simply fishing against the clock.

 

Where to Meet

Weather, tides, and season play a critical role in determining where we fish. It’s best to make these decision as things change so check in with me the day or night before our trip   to determine what time and where we will meet.

 

What to Bring

  • Rain Jacket
  • Quality Polarized Sunglasses (Amber or Copper lenses are best)
  • Drinks and food for yourself (Cooler and ice provided)
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat that stands up to wind
  • Camera
  • Non-marking comfortable shoes
  • Light weight long sleeve shirt

>–> Don’t Bring Bananas On-board!! <–< Please visit the link to learn about the superstitions of bananas on boats.

I provide high-quality equipment, but if there is something special about your fishing rods and reels then you should bring them along. If you are looking for some suggestions on what to purchase or bring on your fly fishing adventure please email me or call me in the evening.

(603) 380-0336