Things not to bring or do:
Absolutely no use of GPS or Phone Tracking devices to be used on board. Captain reserves the right to go back to the dock with full payment if any device is used..
-Sunscreen SPF 30 (NOT BANANA BOAT SUNBLOCK) and wear even on cloudy days, Hat, Shoes (no heels or shoes that leave marks) Polarized glasses (so you can see what I see), Camera
- Rain gear if needed
-Drinks, soft or alcohol
-Snacks or packed lunches. please don't bring food items that will melt (NO BANANAS!)
-There is minimal storage, so towels and change of clothes aren't necessary to bring on boat. No need to bring a cooler, but do keep one with ice in your vehicle so you have a place to put your cleaned fish.
-If you prefer I will stop at a local on the water restaurant for food and drinks on full day charters. Its a nice way to beat the heat in the summer and take a break from fishing.
- If keeping some of your catch bring a cooler to keep in your car to put your cleaned and bagged fish into.
What to Wear:
- NO blacks sole shoes, Ie; tennis shoes, it is best to go barefoot when its warm out but clean sandals or boat shoes are ok. Shoes will get wet and tennis shoes hold onto dirt and pebbles that will scratch and dull the boat finish.
-Boat, Fishing Licenses, cooler with ice, Fuel, Room for 1-6 anglers, Fishing gear, Bait, Lasting Memories, Catch videos & pictures, An awesome day on the water and clean your catch.
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