21' Low Tide Flats Boat

"Truly impressive flats boat known for it's great ride and speed."

225HP H.O. Evinrude E-Tech Engine

10" Jack Plate & 4 Blade S.S. Prop.

80lb Minn-Kota Trolling Motor

Two 38 gallon Live Wells

Humminbird GPS Chart plotter

Weather Radar

3 Optima Gel Batteries with

Onboard Triple Bank Charger

Sunbrella shade available on request

Digital Camera and Video Recorder

Penn and Shimano Light Tackle Rods and Reels.


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Time To Go Fishing!  

Friends of  Capt. Robin Leach are a full time fishing guides specializing in the Back Bays and Flats of the Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserve and the Peace River.

Using light tackle Shimano Stradic and Penn Battle Reels the primary focus is Redfish, Snook, Seatrout, Snapper, Tarpon, Shark and Cobia.  But don't discount the fun and challenge of catching one of the many other salt water species available in this area. Heavier tackle will be used for Shark and Tarpon.

Capt. Rick Kelley at 941-268-3120

Capt. Bill Lotito at 941-661-9884



NOTE: You do NOT need a fishing license when you fish with a Florida "licensed" Fishing Guide. 


 BASIC CHARTER:  Ĺ Day 4 hours of fishing!  Regular Price... $300

Basic Charter Rates are for 3 people. Add $25.00 for a 4th person.

Includes Back Bay Light Tackle Fishing.

In order to maximize the amount of time spent fishing, our Basic Charter fishing range (subject to season, weather and tide conditions) includes the Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserve & Peace River as follows:

  • East Wall: Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserve as far south as Pirate Harbor.

  • West Wall: Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserve as far south as the Cape Haze Bar.

  • Peace River including the Harbor Heights Power Lines and Shell Creek to Railway Trestle.

  • Myakka River to El Jo-Bean Bridge.

  • Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte Canal Systems.

  • Alligator Creek.

  • Charlotte Harbor Bridge Reef.

If you would like to go a little further or Fish longer then an Extended Charter or All Day Charter is recommended.

 EXTENDED CHARTER:     ADD $75.00 to the Basic Charter Regular Price

Extend Basic Charter with 2 more hours of fishing fun!


 FULL DAY CHARTER:     ADD $150.00 to the Basic Charter Regular Price

Extend Basic Charter with 4 more hours of fishing fun!




 PAYMENT TERMS:  All payments are to be finalized before leaving the dock.

We accept US and Canadian CASH, Travelers Checks and Checks with proper Id. 

Debit Cards, American Express, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and PayPal are accepted.

Cancellation Policy: Deposits for cancellations made by the customer are fully refundable with 2 days prior notice or if cancelled by the captain due to bad weather. "No Shows" will be charged a $50.00 Cancellation Fee.


Fishing Charters Include: Fishing license for all customers. Rods, Reels, Tackle.
Cut bait and live bait when available. Cooler with ice. Fish cleaning (filet and bag).


Fish Species: (varies with season)
Redfish, Snook, Seatrout, Cobia, Tarpon, Snapper, Mackerel, Flounder, Pompano, Shark, Jacks and a whole lot more!  Please Note: Tarpon and Shark charters are extra.


Departure time: Normally 8:00AM. Actual time can vary due to the season, or the tides and the nature of trip.


What to Bring: Appropriate clothing, lucky hat, food and drinks (we have a cooler on board), boat shoes (non marking), sunglasses, camera, sunscreen. NO big coolers please.  NO BANANAS!  they scare the fish away.


Customized Charters Available:
Up to 4 people can enjoy a personal Back Water Sightseeing Eco-Trip.
Letís go exploring for Birds, Manatees, Dolphins and Alligators.
Beach, Shelling and Picnic Trips. Harbor Orientation.
Lunch trips (Cabbage Key, Nav-a-Gator, and others). Cost of Lunch not included in the Charter price.

bullet GIFT CERTIFICATES ARE AVAILABLE - the ideal gift for someone special.

For more information send Captain Robin an email.


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This site was last updated 02/14/16