A Few Rules

If you are going to fish then you will need a license

(available from Walmart or Half hitch tackle 1/4 mile away) 


Unless you meet the following criteria:
1. Any child under 16 years of age.
2. Any resident who is a member of the United States Armed  Forces and not stationed in this state, when home on leave for 30 days  or less, upon submission of orders.
3. Any resident 65 years of age or older who has in her or his  possession proof of age and residency or a no-cost Florida Resident Senior Citizen license. A  no-cost license may be obtained from any tax collector's office upon  proof of age and residency and must be in the  possession of the resident during hunting, freshwater fishing, and  saltwater fishing activities.

Our boats are 24ft long so they only  carry 12 people whilst it is under way so if you have more than 12  people then either rent a second boat or take a Jetski or kayak out to accommodate the extra passengers.

Although alcohol is allowed on the  boat. Like driving on the road you can get a ticket for BUI (Boating  under the influence) !!! Just make sure you have a designated driver!!     Warning - It is a violation of  Florida law to operate a vessel while impaired by alcohol or other  drugs. If pulled over, a vessel operator suspected of boating under the  influence must submit to sobriety tests and a physical or chemical test  to determine blood or breath alcohol content.   In Florida, a vessel operator is presumed to be under the influence if their blood or breath alcohol level is at or above .08 Any person under 21 years of age who is found to have a breath alcohol level of .02 or higher and operates or is in actual physical control of a vessel is in violation of Florida law.