Trip Page: Southeast Florida Kayak Fishing

Guided kayak fishing out of southeast Florida (Stuart, Jupiter, Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Pompano Beach).

If you are into kayak fishing for epic fish with one of the best guides in the country… well then Palm Beach-Florida is your kind of place. We offer some of the best guided kayak fishing trips money can buy with our very own Brian Nelli of Pushin’ Water Kayak Charters. If lasso’n a sailfish seems pretty exciting or catching an exotic peacock bass in the back canals of Florida.

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Trip Price

Trips start at $280

Popular Target Species

* Sailfish
* Kingfish
* Mahi
* Snook
* Peacock Bass

Fish with one of the best kayak fishing guides the east coast has to offer. Brian Nelli isn’t just one of our top fishing guides, he is also a member of the Fish Village Fishing Team.

Offshore Trip

Your offshore kayak fishing trip will start by meeting at the designated launch site around sunrise. Brian will have all equipment set up and ready to go when you arrive. Once you reach the kayak fishing grounds you can expect to drift along with the current. This current will slowly push us along to our landing location generally 6-12 miles north of our starting point. Anglers will be driven back to their vehicles after a short photo session of the days catch.

Inshore Trip

Inshore fishing in our Southern Region from Palm Beach to Pompano Beach is great for Snook, Tarpon, Barracuda and Jack Crevalle. The calm waters in the intra-coastal waterway make kayak fishing a breeze for any angler. These fish are targeted along seawalls, docks, mangrove shorelines, bridges, spillways and the inlet. Pulling a big snook from a dock or jumping a tarpon under a bridge is an exciting way to spend the day or night.

Freshwater Trip

Kayak fishing the urban canals and lakes in South Florida put you in the center of some of the best fishing in the country. There are so many different exotic species in these waterways it’s mind boggling . Most of these fish can only be found in these few bodies of water.

Trip Cost

Trips start at $280 for a guided kayak fishing adventure.

Inshore Trip
$300 per person $100 per additional angler

Offshore Trip
$320 per person $120 per additional angler

Kayak Shark Trip
$280 per person $100 per additional angler

Freshwater Trip
$300 per person $100 per additional angler


* Guide
* Hobie fishing kayak
* Fishing gear
* Safety equipment

Not Included

* State fishing license
* Tips

Refund Policy

We do not issue refunds for last minute cancellations. We will reschedule trips if we are given advance notice (within 2 weeks of departure date). We will attempt to reschedule within a six (6) month window.

Late arrivals (1 hour or more) will not be allowed to reschedule and their funds will be be forfeited.

If a reschedule is required due to severe weather…

We will try to reschedule first and if we cannot find a date that works we will refund you 100%.


Tarpon can be caught year round, but best in April thru November
Snook season is generally open from February 1st thru May 31st and again in September 1st thru December 15th.


Snapper season is May thru November (best time)
Cobia season is February thru May (best time)


Peacock bass can be caught year round and spawn in March thru May
Clown knifefish spawn in March thru July
Snakehead spawn in March thru May
Largemouth bass spawn in March thru May

Included with your package

Our package includes all of the necessary tackle. If you choose to, you can show up with nothing more than a few on the water essentials and we take of the rest. Brian will supply you with

* Hobie fishing kayak
* Fishing tackle
* Live bait

Meet and Departure Location

Your meeting location will be determined after your booking. We will make sure that you know where you need to be and when.

Have questions, aren’t sure, afraid we might bite??? Send us an email and let us know you are interested in going out with Brian in southeast Florida. We know there is a lot to consider and we understand that you will probably have a lot of questions. We are here to help.

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