Q: What is the weather looks rainy, bad, or rough?
A: We take safety very serious and we aren’t going to put you in a bad situation, but please leave it up to us to make the weather calls. Our weather here changes very often especially during the summer months.

Q: Can I bring my own rod and reel?
A: Sure, we understand some anglers have that lucky rod and we’re all about getting lucky.

Q: Do I need a fishing license?
A: No, each of our boats have a license to cover everyone aboard.

Q: When should I arrive for a trip?
A: We ask that you arrive about 15 minutes early. This gives us plenty of time to get loaded up and depart on the set time.

Q: What should I bring?
A: Food, drinks, camera, sunglasses, and sunscreen are all important.

Q: Should I tip the captain or crew?
A: On inshore trips captains will greatly appreciate any tips and deckhands on offshore trips work primarily for tips. 15-20% is a customary tip for a captain or deckhand.

Q: Should I bring a cooler?
A: We will have coolers and ice on board, but it’s a good idea to have one in the car to take your fish home in. If you want to bring a small one on board that is no problem either.

Q: How many people can you accommodate?
A: There is no group too large or too small for a Perdido Key fishing charters. Our multi boat trips are a big hit for large crowds, it creates a completive atmosphere.

Q: When will I talk to my captain?
A: Our captains always call the night before between 6 and 8 p.m. This gives them time to finish their trip and get the boat cleaning up from that days trip.

Q: Can we bring alcohol?
A: Sure