Booking & Contact


4 Hours — $450
6 Hours — $650
8 Hours — $850
(Rates apply for 4 people. For more than four people, ask us about our multiple boat charters.) Gratuity is not included in these rates, but is greatly appreciated.

Scheduling Your Charter Dates

To schedule your charter, email or text us at: or 239-289-7228. Due to unreliable signals on the water, calling to schedule a charter may result in a delayed response.

Once your charter is scheduled, a $100 deposit will be required to reserve each day. Deposits are non-refundable but may be applied to rescheduled charters within one calendar year. Click the “Buy Now” button to post your deposit.



Deposits are non-refundable but may be applied to rescheduled charters within one calendar year. Tides and other weather conditions affect charters. Weather cancellations are at the guide’s discretion.




What To Bring

Sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, camera, outer wear, tackle, food and beverages. Morning charters in Southwest Florida can be chilly bring a light raincoat or long-sleeved fishing shirt. We provide tackle but anglers may bring their own. Inform us when booking if bringing your own tackle. NBCF provides water only — but charter customers are welcome to bring anything they would like to eat and drink. Spray sunscreen is not allowed on Naples Backcountry Fishing boats. Anglers may not stand or sit next to guides.

Boat Launch Locations

SOUTH — Charters departing to Everglades National Park, Naples, Ten Thousand Islands and Marco Island leave from Goodland at the iconic Stan’s Idle Hour, an Old Florida style gathering place famous for people watching, fresh seafood and cold drinks. Directions: Stan’s Idle Hour, 221 Goodland Drive West, Goodland, FL 34140. Take Hwy. 41 south to Hwy. 92. Travel over the Goodland Bridge and turn left immediately afterwards. Keep straight and Stan’s is approximately ½ mile on the left.

Keeping and Cooking What You Catch

Regulations dictate what anglers can and cannot keep as well as quantity. Our captains can advise you on how to cook what you catch.