Florida Bowfishing Charters
Bow Fishing Charters are offer through out central Florida including but not limited to Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach, Tampa, Orlando and Crystal River
Call to book your bowfishing adventure 407-690-7294
What is bowfishing?
Bowfishing is a fishing technique that uses specialized archery equipment to impale and retrieve fish. A bowfisher will use a bow shoot fish through the water surface with a barbed arrow tethered to a line, and then manually retrieve the line and arrow back.
So now get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! Come along with us on a journey that will take you to the most exciting places most people would ever dare to venture. As we snake our way through the backwater creeks, flats and swamps of Central Florida you will see the real Florida while engaging in one of the most exciting activities on the water; bowfishing! It is one of the most exciting forms of fishing and the adrenaline rush is comparable to none. No experience is necessary, and all equipment is provided. Our experienced fishing guides are USCG (United States Coast Guard) licensed captains, have over 50 years of knowledge combined. We work hard to ensure your bowfishing charter trip is a safe and rewarding experience that the entire family can enjoy. We also offer the use of a spear or gig for those interested in spearing fish by hand. You are always welcome to bring your bowfishing equipment onboard.
Bowfishing trips available in Tampa, Orlando, Daytona Beach, Crystal River, Sebastain, Cocoa Beach and Vero Beach.
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Bowfishing and Spearing Trips
$600 for 6 guests
$100 deposit is required to reserve a trip, and it will be applied to your final balance
**Fire and Law Enforcement receive a 10% discount**
1 - 6 shooters per boat w/ two boats available we can accommodate groups up too 12 shooters
License and equipment provided
No prior bowfishing or archery experience is required
Trip times adjusted around tides and weather
Family friendly experience
Trips are 4 hours
What you should bring:
light jacket or a light rain jacket
cooler (if you intend to keep your catch)