Sanford FL Fishing Charters2021-01-11T00:39:35+00:00

SANFORD BASS FISHING CHARTERS

Sanford Overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 2 reviews.
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WELCOME TO SANFORD BASS FISHING

Sanford, Florida may be pleasantly located in and around Old Florida, but freshwater bass fishing can be experienced from all corners of Sanford. Whether you want to catch the elusive trophy Florida largemouth bass in Lake Monroe, with a great option of fishing for sunshine bass or the great eating Florida black crappie in the attached St Johns River. Our Sanford Bass Fishing Charters will provide it all while visiting the area. Take a cruise down the St Johns River of Sanford and truly experience a taste of Old Florida. While the river is amazing the stretches of the freshwater lakes, like Lake Monroe among others in the systems can help you experience nature and wild Northeast Florida is a unique way.

Many Ask, "Can I catch a trophy bass in Sanford?" You most certainly can. If you are in search for your "personal best" it can certainly happen in Sanford, it's a destination known for producing giants. Take a break from soaking in the saltwater sun on the beautiful beaches of the Daytona Beach and adventure out on the Lake Monroe. While you are fishing this freshwater system, be prepared for a complete experience of a lifetime on our Sanford Bass Fishing Charters!
If you are looking to catch big fish and quantity of  fish, explore the Sanford area rivers and lakes. Lake Monroe which is a very low pressured local lake in Sanford, is also a lake you can catch trophy bass and crappie when the bite is right. Reserve a trip, hop on board for an adventure of a lifetime...we guarantee it!
Many Ask, "Can I catch a trophy bass in Sanford?" You most certainly can. If you are in search for your "personal best" it can certainly happen in Sanford, it's a destination known for producing giants. Take a break from soaking in the saltwater sun on the beautiful beaches of the Daytona Beach and adventure out on the Lake Monroe. While you are fishing this freshwater system, be prepared for a complete experience of a lifetime on our Sanford Bass Fishing Charters!
If you are looking to catch big fish and quantity of  fish, explore the Sanford area rivers and lakes. Lake Monroe which is a very low pressured local lake in Sanford, is also a lake you can catch trophy bass and crappie when the bite is right. Reserve a trip, hop on board for an adventure of a lifetime...we guarantee it!

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SANFORD BASS FISHING CHARTERS OVERVIEW


Trip Core Details

  • Region: Sanford
  • Duration: 4, 6 & 8 hour options
  • Cancellation: 48hrs in advance
  • Bad Weather: Full Refund if Cancelled
  • Florida Fishing License Not Included

What's Included

  • Cooler, Ice and Bottled water
  • Professional Captain
  • All Fishing Equipment
  • Boat & Fuel
  • State Permit

Amenities

  • Fishing Chairs
  • Life Jackets
  • All Fishing Equipment
  • Boat & Fuel
  • Fish Cleaning

What's not Included

  • Certain livebait when desired, maybe additional. Captain will tell you in advance of trip.(optional)
  • Food, specialty beverages or snacks (Alcohol is permitted)

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SANFORD BASS FISHING CHARTERS REVIEWS

Wore me out!

Sanford
★★★★★
As a bass fisherman in Indiana, I know how to catch bass. Capt. Steve knew his stuff and put me on fish! I was wore out from catching big bass!
- Jerold T

Big BASS Orlando

Sanford
★★★★★
“I took my adult son to Orlando wanting to do more than Disney we hooked up with Capt Steve with PRO TEAM Guide Service. His boat gear and equipment were all FIRST CLASS, he even provided extra rain jackets for us to wear as it was drizzling on and off all day. He quickly and smoothly took us across Lake Monroe and we settled in for 4 hours of pure BASS HEAVEN ❤️ I highly recommend Capt Steve as a guide. The fishing, the conversation, the experience was turley 5 STARS!”
- Ryan Choi
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F.A.Q.

Are reservations necessary?2018-05-29T09:36:06+00:00

Yes, the fishing charters sell out. We only have certain amount of boats set for each day. The captains do not allow passengers on the boat without advance reservation.

Can I pay in cash on the charter?2018-05-29T09:36:31+00:00

Cash is accepted for the balance, you pay the captain after the trip is over. You must have a reservation in advance with a credit or debit card. Captains do also take credit cards for balance. By booking in advance, you are guaranteed a spot.

Is it necessary to print my receipt?2018-05-18T14:28:30+00:00

No, a printed receipt is not required. The captain will have your name and be expecting you.

What if I don’t receive the email confirmation?2020-02-04T23:21:41+00:00

If you don't see the email confirmation in your Inbox, check your Spam or Junk Mail folder. You should also try performing a search in your email account for the phrase: iOutdoor.com. If you still can't find the email, contact us +1 (888) 412-1117 and we will resend the confirmation.

How will I recognize the charter boat?2018-05-21T13:40:22+00:00

Our charter boats are labeled with iOutdoor logos, you will also have the captain's cell phone on your itinerary if you can't find the boat. You will always generally want to meet down by the boat ramps unless otherwise told by captain.

How long does it take before we start fishing?2018-05-21T13:41:11+00:00

The drive takes different times for different locations and styles of charters. Most inshore and freshwater charters take a 5 to 15 minute boat ride before starting to fish. The offshore charters are ones that can vary based on weather and species of fish the captain is fishing for. It could be 15 minutes, but up to 45 minutes. Again refer to your captain on his call with you and he can provide a detailed plan.

Do we stop while we are out on the water?2018-05-21T13:43:01+00:00

It depends on the customer and type of charter. If