Spotted Tail Orlando Fishing Charters is the name to remember if you want to take on Florida’s top inshore gamefish. Located just an hour’s drive from Orlando, Captain John Kumiski can get you out catching fish in the famous Mosquito Lagoon and be back in time for lunch!
Capt. John specializes in light tackle and fly fishing trips, combing the local lagoons in search of Redfish, Seatrout, Snook, and Black Drum. The Mosquito, Indian River, and Banana River Lagoons are all within easy reach and are home to some real monsters. On calm days, you can even fish nearshore Atlantic spots for Tarpon, Cobia, King Mackerel, and Sharks!
In order to get the most out of these legendary waters, you’ll need an adaptable boat loaded with the best equipment around. That’s exactly what you’ll get with Capt. John’s 17’ Mitzi Skiff. The boat is loaded with a full array of safety gear to make your trip safe and stress-free. She can carry up to 3 anglers in comfort and cruises at speed thanks to her clean-burning Yamaha engine.
The boat is stable enough to fish open water when the weather’s calm. Head into the shallows, and the vessel really comes into her own. Her shallow draft lets you get deep into the skinny waters while her stealthy trolling motor means the fish will never hear you coming. Whatever you’re after, you can fight it with confidence, knowing you’re using quality tackle and the very best bait, lures, and flies.
This is your chance to experience a slice of Florida’s famous inshore angling. Capt. John will tailor every trip to suit you and your group and will even fillet your fish at the end of the day. So whether you’re in town on business or you’re taking the kids to see Mickey Mouse, make sure you save some time to get out on the water. You won’t regret it!
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Mitzi Skiff (Flats boat) построена в 2008. Основано на технологии 60HP Yamaha four-stroke мотор, с максимальной крейсерной скоростью 25 узлов.
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