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Orlando Charter Fishing – Our Menu

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“I have fished all over the world with dozens of different guides, and Capt. John Kumiski would have to rate as one of the best. He is knowledgeable, patient, and skillful. My son and I will never forget catching in one morning on fly rods two redfish weighing a total of 40 pounds.”                       -Michael Barnett

Saltwater Options, by SKIFF

Mosquito Lagoon and/or Indian River Lagoon, fly and/or light tackle, for one or two anglers-

Redfish, seatrout, and whatever else we may find (tarpon, snook, crevalle, black drum, and more. This fishing is available all year long and is our Bread and Butter!

8 hours $450.00

6 hours $425.00

4 hours $400.00

extra hours $50 per

Third Person in Skiff- Additional $100.00

mosquito lagoon redfish

Near Shore Atlantic from Port Canaveral or Ponce Inlet (weather permitting), light tackle and/or fly, one or two people-

Starting in March- Cobia and Tripletail, king mackerel

Late April- GIANT crevalle, little tunny

mid-May or so- TARPON

At any time- Spanish mackerel, crevalle jacks, ladyfish, bluefish, redfish, snook, sharks. You just never know what might show up!

These ocean trips can be absolutely incredible, and each one offers the possibility of a REALLY big fish!

8 hours $500.00

6 hours $450.00

4 hours $400.00

extra hours $50 per

Rates include all licenses, permits, tackle, flies, lures, bait, bad jokes- everything but your refreshments!

jack crevalle orlando fishing

Saltwater Options, by PADDLE. Be prepared to WADE.

Banana River Lagoon No Motor Zone, by canoe or kayak

Redfish, seatrout, and black drum during the winter. Add snook, tarpon, and crevalle during the summer. It can be heavenly!

8 hours $400.00, one or two people

banana river lagoon black drum orlando fishing

North Mosquito Lagoon (River Breeze Park)

Slot reds and big trout. The water level is critical, and is ordinarily best between Thanksgiving and Easter.

5 hours, $300.00, one or two people.

Extra hours- $50 per hour

Rate DOES NOT include license for kayak fishermen but does include tackle, flies, lures, bait- everything but your refreshments!

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Freshwater Options, by SKIFF

St. Johns River Shad Fishing, fly and/or light tackle, for one or two anglers.

January into March. Various sunfish species, largemouth bass, striped bass hybrids, crappie, channel catfish, gar, and bowfin may crash the party.

eight hours- $350

six hours- $325

four hours- $300

Freshwater Options, by PADDLE

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Econlockhatchee River Float by canoe or kayak, fly and/or ultralight tackle, for one or two anglers.

An unusual and special trip for the more adventurous angler. In addition to a fifty fish day, you will see large alligators and an exotic variety of birds including bald eagles. Fish species include redbellies, stumpknockers, bluegills, largemouth bass, spotted gar, and crappie. You must be prepared to both wade and paddle. This trip is best between March and June.

eight hours- $350

six hours- $325

four hours- $300

Rate DOES NOT include license for freshwater fishermen but does include tackle, flies, lures, bait- everything but your refreshments!

St. Johns Bass

The fine print-

-Active duty service personnel receive a 10 percent discount.

-Gratuities are not included in posted rates.

 

Deposits and Cancellations

I require a deposit to hold a day or days. I accept a check (made out to John Kumiski, please, and mailed to 284 Clearview Road, Chuluota, FL 32766) for half the daily rate per day, or you can pay a $200 deposit for each of your day(s) at the PayPal link below.

Cancellation Policy

More than 30 days notice- no charge.

30 days to 15 days notice- $100.00.

14 or fewer days notice- entire deposit.

No shows- full day’s charge.

Weather Days

I won’t cancel days for a weather forecast. The weatherman is often wrong! If we show up at the dock and the weather is bad the angler makes the call as to whether we cancel or not. I hate losing work days to bad weather but that’s part of my business. I’ve had too many fishermen tell me horror stories about guides who made them fish in bad conditions, and I don’t want to be one of those stories.

I treat you the way I would want to be treated. It’s just like I tell my wife- When you’re happy, I’m happy!

How to Book:

-Call me at 407.977.5207. If I’m out please leave a message with a phone number. If I’m in an area with cellular service I usually get back to you within a few hours.

-Email me at spottedtail@spottedtail.com. If I have access to a computer I usually get back to you within a few hours.

-Use the PayPal button below to place your deposit.




 

Sadly, because of changes in credit card company policies, we no longer accept credit cards. We regret any inconvenience. To use an ancient technology, you can always mail a check to John Kumiski, 284 Clearview Road, Chuluota, FL 32766! FOR DIRECTIONS TO WHERE WE MEET TO FISH, CLICK HERE!

How far in advance should you book? As soon as you know what day(s) you want to fish. I have people call me the night before and sometimes I can accommodate them, but to avoid disappointment try to book as early as you can.

 

Call for more information, or to book your trip today! 407.977.5207