My First Priority is Your Fishing Success
- 30 Years Local Experience
- U.S. Coast Guard Licensed and Insured
- Specializing in Inshore and Backcountry Fly and Light Tackle Fishing
- Fly-Fishing, Lures Only & Live Bait Charters Available
- Focused on St. Augustine, Florida inshore areas
Schedule Your Charter Today: 904.403.4834
Come spend the day in St. Augustine Florida with Hooked Up Fishing Charters 45 miles south of Jacksonville in the Nation’s oldest city on some of the finest inshore and coastal waters Florida has to offer.
St. Augustine Florida is a small historical town established in 1565 and is a large vacation destination for people from all over the world. Attractive beaches and great sportfishing bring many people to this town and to our charter business all year round.
Fishing in the back country in St. Augustine is truly a unique experience. All the fishing trips are done in and around Guana State Park, where you will be fishing in a pristine environment not touched by development. The depth of the water in which we fish ranges from 12” to 10’. There is abundant life above and below the water. Most of the areas we fish are geographically protected so that even on windy days we can make it an enjoyable and successful day.
Hooked Up charters targets include redfish, speckled trout, flounder, tarpon and black drum. Other fish that can be caught when the opportunities exist are sheephead, mangrove snapper, jack crevelle, and sharks.
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Our Happy Clients
Great time today …bet ya no one else did as good as we did today…just have to stick with it…fishing at 7:00 am, home by 1:30, love bugs washed off the car and having a nap by 3:00…does not get any better than that …we will be in touch.Bill and Carol
Thanks for the great day of fishing.You worked hard all day to put us on fish and you did.Have a good week & we look forward to fishing again next week.Larry Carter
It sure is fun going out with a real pro and not someone with a boat and fishing tackle. Here is Alex’s email also. He will likely be down again too.Jonathan Rice