- You Have 4 hours, You Want to Fish
- New “Find a Fishing Charter Service”
- What to Do, Where to Search, I Discovered www.Itrekkers.com
By Forrest Fisher
When you travel to Florida for vacation or business, you realize at some point – especially if you are a fisherman, that the deep blue sea is calling and that there may be some time for you to enjoy a charter fishing trip. Your eternal obligations for responsibility melt away and the thought of a short fishing trip melts away all of your burdens. Fishing…..Yes!
Even if you unprepared, the nice thing about Florida charter fishing is that the fishing license is considered part of the charter cost and this policy helps to promote the economic impact for the local economy, guides and visitors. It makes it easy for you and I to take a fishing trip too.
You open the phone book or click on google for the city you’re in and there you are, yep, somewhat confused. You find so many charter listings and no time to sort through them to find out about reviews and cost and time of arrival and location. All those things and even more.
If you are fishing in Florida, especially if you are within an hour or two of Tampa, you won’t need to worry about all those details. There is a new fishing charter company that has already vetted the available charters and made a list of the good guys (and gals) who are honest charter fishermen willing to give you their time and best effort to catch fish in short order. That new company is called “itrekkers” and you can quickly find them at www.itrekkers.com. Think of them as sort of the Uber Taxi Service of the fishing world in Florida.
Itrekkers allows you to make a simple search for the convenience of booking a fishing charter with nearly no prep time. You’re decision-making is reduced to deciding upon the length of your trip. End of story, you can let the fun begin.
Itrekkers offers several types of trips depending on how much time you have, these include 4-Hour Inshore, 6-Hour Nearshore and 8-Hour Offshore trips. These types of trips are designed for you and your family or small group of 4-6 people. If you’re fishing alone, they also offer Share-A-Treks that are designed for 1-2 people who are looking for all the benefits of a charter, but not the full cost. You can book a single seat and share with friends or let others join you for a fun adventure on the water.
The Share-A-Trek fishing trips permit you to enjoy the charter without being responsible for the full charter cost. I like this option, especially for business travelers, since the cost can be as little as $150 per person to get out on a boat for half a day with all gas, bait, equipment, licenses, and more, included.
Depending on the trip selected, you’ll fish in different types of water from protected bays and inlets to deep sea offshore waters. The 8-Hour Offshore deep-sea trips will take the angler 20 to 60 miles offshore to catch the fish you’re after.
This service has long been overdue and if you have ever rented a charter and have come back disappointed, this business takes care of that problem. Your trip is money-back guaranteed. Not sure any adventure trip can ever be more assured before you leave. Check these guys out, they’re worth a call if you happen to be in need of fishing fun and services and you’re in Florida. I found them by accident.
Call 1-844-GOT-TREK or link to www.itrekkers.com. Tight lines everyone!