Florida Everglades Fishing Charters

Serving Everglades National Park & Chokoloskee, FL

Boat & Equipment

Exploring the breathtaking ecosystem of the Everglades and hunting the unique fish that live there requires special equipment made for shallow waters. Finesse Fishing Charters uses the best equipment made by leading manufacturers to give you a smooth, safe, comfortable ride and a long, powerful fishing line.

Your trip starts on the 22 ft. Pathfinder Tournament Edition, a shallow draft high speed boat that navigates easily through the waters to locate abundant schools. From the outboards to the electronics, to the poles, nets and reels, all equipment is checked regularly to promote a fun, exciting and successful fishing trip. Everglades Tarpon, Cobia, Permit, Redfish and Snook fishing requires strong reels and high-tension lines that outlast an invigorating battle as you reel in a monster. Finesse Fishing Charters uses the best fishing equipment to help you reel in your catch, as well as complete safety equipment to make sure your trip is safe and fun.

Learn more about Everglades Redfish and Snook Fishing online and see the gallery for a closer look. Add your own picture to the adventures, and reserve your fishing charter today.

  • Maverick Boat Company
  • Yamaha Outboards
  • Lowrance Electronics
  • Power Pole
  • Quantum Reels
  • Okuma
  • Loomis
  • Minn Kota
  • Calusa Cast Nets

Safety Equipment

Finesse Charters carries all of the safety equipment required by the United States Coast Guard. To insure the safety of our passengers, we also carry a Satellite Phone and VHF radio.

Due to the remoteness of the area, cell phones are virtually useless once you leave the dock. With our satellite phone, we can contact emergency help or assistance whenever needed.

In addition, the distress call on the VHF radio is interfaced with our GPS, once this button is activated, the Coast Guard is alerted and our location is automatically transmitted to them.

Finesse Charters your source for Redfish and Snook Fishing in the Florida Everglades