Pole Dancer Fishin’ Charters invites you to step aboard and head for some inshore fishing around Ormond Beach, FL. These waters brim with Snook, Redfish, Black Drum, and Sheepshead. Flounder and Tarpon are also in abundance, so sharpen your reels!
You have a variety of trips to choose from, whether you’re an early starter, novice angler, seasoned fisher or a family with kids. Your guide is Captain Jeff, the man behind the charter and the mind that knows the right fishing spots. He welcomes all enthusiasts to join him. Over the years, he’s polished his angling skills, and will gladly share the tricks and hacks.
You’ll be using light or heavy tackle, do spinning, jigging or popping, and some drift fishing. Combined with the package offer, this lets you pair time, technique and target, and see how you manage.
Capt. Jeff provides your fishing licence, takes care of rods, reels, and tackle, and live bait. There’s a live bait well and an icebox onboard, so you can safely store your catch. At the end of the trip, he’ll clean and fillet your fish for you. Bottled water is included in the price, and you can bring some snacks before you head out.
Pole Dancer Fishin’ Charters takes you onboard an 18’ Pioneer Bay Sport center console that can accommodate up to 4 anglers. It’s powered by a brand new 115 HP Mercury engine that can reach speeds above 34 knots and has a reliable GPS and fishfinder, meaning you can easily locate your fish and have more time for pure angling.
Before you head out, make sure you’ve packed some sunscreen, that you’re wearing adequate clothing and a cap and shades, and bring along a camera. You’re then ready to step right into inshore fishing adventure with Captain Jeff and Pole Dancer Fishin’ Charters.
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Säubern & Filetieren
Angelruten, Angelrolle & Angelgerät
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Pioneer Bay Sport (Center console) ursprünglich im Jahr 2008 gebaut . Angetrieben von einem 115HP 2017 Mercury Motor mit einer maximalen Reisegeschwindigkeit von 34 Knoten.
Ormond Beach Angelkalender
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