About Full Net Fishing Charters
A Note From the Captain
My name is Capt. Eddie Woodall and I will be your guide. My passion for saltwater fishing for over twenty years is unmatched. I got my Captains license in 2000 and that's when I started FULL TIME guide fishing for anything that swims. Getting to spend over 200 days a year on the water is a blessing. It brings me great pleasure guiding inshore and near shore anglers to some of the knowledge that I have gained in 40+ years of fishing experience. Since the conception of Full Net Fishing Charters I have built a solid reputation as an honest and hardworking captain. I guarantee you need not look any further for your inshore or near shore fishing guide.
Thanks for looking at Full Net Fishing Charters for your fishing Adventures!!!
About the Boat
Full Net Fishing Charters sought out one of the finest fishing platforms for its guide service. I opted for the Blazer Bay 2400 powered by a reliable and quiet Yamaha 250hp 4-stroke engine with a full suite of electronics, coast guard equipment, vhf radio and cell phone. This boat is built for fishermen, by fishermen and offers large bait tanks for live bait, the rear well is 40 gallon and the front is 30 gallon, the boat has plenty of deck storage. It has one of the smoothest, safest and driest open water rides of all boats in its class. In addition, the boat has a large, open casting deck forward. Numerous estuaries exist along our coast providing varied fishing experiences. Inshore Anglers and Gulf Anglers alike will be pleased with the Blazer Bay Boats performance.
About the Type of Fishing We Do
Specializing in light tackle fishing of all sorts, Full Net Fishing Charters offers newcomers, children and old salts the promise of having a great time on the water.We will fish the inshore, backcountry, bay's and near shore reefs of Northwest Florida. Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Navarre, Fort Walton Beach - Destin and Perdido Key are the major cities in the area. We will be in search of game fish such as Tarpon, Redfish, Speckled Trout, King Mackerel, Spanish mackerel, Cobia, False Albacore, Jack Crevalle, Sharks, Red Snapper, Amberjack, Grouper and many more species.
Fall is a favorite time of the year for many anglers. Not only is the weather awesome but crowds are low and some of the finest fishing goes on then. The Running of the Bull Red Fish has grown in popularity tenfold over the last few years. Large schools of oversized Red Fish, sometimes numbering well into the hundreds, often come to the surface feeding on baitfish and are readily caught on light tackle and fly rods. The fish average in size around twenty pounds and are regularly caught in the forty pound range. It's a very common occurrence to catch twenty plus fish in a day and I have caught over eighty fish several times in a single day.