Dos Hombres - John's Pass Fishing Charters - Tours

Dos Hombres - John's Pass Fishing Charters - Tours

Dos Hombres - John's Pass Fishing Charters - Tours
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John’s Pass Fishing Charters are the best private deep-sea fishing charters on Florida’s Gulf Coast – fishing within minutes of St. Pete, Clearwater and Tampa. We run deep to fish for grouper, snapper, amberjack, cobia, kingfish and tuna, or book an evening shallows shark trip. We take up to six passengers out into the blue waters and catch big fish. We are not like other charter boats: we take our fishing charters very seriously and want you to catch as many keepers as we can find. Our first priority though is that you have fun – and we’ll do everything we can to make sure you and your party have a great time fishing with us.All equipment, ice, bait, and licenses are provided. Keep your catch – we’ll clean it and direct you to a restaurant that will cook if for you.- Up to 6 passengers total (fishing or not)- Hardcore, offshore fishing fun- Shark and snapper trips- All equipment, ice, bait & licenses are provided
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Very good

Saint Clair, MI28 contributions
Mar 2015 • Family
We did a half day trip with Capt. Anthony and Jeff. There was six of us, and everybody caught alot of fish. I have fished on a few different charters before and this was one of the best I have done. The Capt. and mate are very, very polite! They are not afraid to move, if you didn't get a bite in 2 min you were moving to a new spot. The others in my party were amazed at the care these guys took with them, removing fish, re baiting the hook, - it got pretty rough and they gave us the choice - did we want to fish or call it a boat ride. We chose to fish - the boat is a great craft - wide , stable and seaworthy. After the trip they cleaned our fish and sent us back to our condo with enough fish for three meals for 17 people - what a meal - fresh red grouper and snapper.
thanks again guys for a great trip - worth it - hope to do a 3/4 next year
Written March 14, 2015
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Oklahoma19 contributions
Jun 2014 • Family
We went out on a 3/4 day trip with Captain Anthony and First Mate Jeff during a family vacation. I wanted my girls to have the chance to experience deep sea fishing, be on the ocean for a day and a good time. Let's just say this trip didn't disappoint.

Here are a few highlights so you get the idea. You will spend some time boating to various locations, as the best spots are a ways out (there are plenty of shaded places to sit). Once you start fishing, if it is anything like what we experienced everyone in your group will be catching fish. I told the Captain that I was looking for quantity over quality fishing for my daughters (ages 15-25), so he put us on several spots that had lots of grouper, scamp and snappers. We would hit a spot for 15 minutes or so, then if the bite slowed or we had pulled a few good fish off if it we would move. At one point when fishing (and this is bad to say), I thought to myself "I hope I don't get a bite right away, I need to rest". That is how many fish we were catching. We just kept enough for a few meals, and threw most back. The girls were all tearing it up and everyone had a smile on their face. Every time I looked up they were taking pictures of each other with their catch. One thing to keep in mind, when you are fishing you are standing - not sitting in a padded chair with holders for your rod. It is you against the fish the way it was meant to be (the next day my youngest said she had sore muscles from fighting fish!)

Toward the end of the day we caught several barracudas, which was the highlight of the trip. I wished we could have stayed a bit longer and would do the full day trip next time I visit.

Captain Anthony is very knowledgeable about the area. He provided instructions on the best techniques to catch fish and land them, and if followed you will! I thought this was funny, but he warned ahead of time that you might get some words of "motivation" when fighting a fish, to make sure you are doing it right and land your fish. He and his First Mate Jeff were hard workers, continuously cleaning, running bait, instructing, landing fish, answering questions, you name it. I could tell they were truly interested in providing us with a good experience on the water.

Being landlubbers, were were excited to see various fish, manatees, dolphins, massive contain ships anchored out in the ocean, etc.

Advice if you are going is the following - bring a cooler full of water/drinks, sandwiches/snacks, suncscreen/hat/sunglasses, and be prepared to catch fish and have a good time with a great crew.

When you return to the marina they will clean and bag your fish, and there is opportunity for more pictures.

These guys are good and safe. Highly recommended.
Written June 28, 2014
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Todd B
Orlando, FL2 contributions
May 2015 • Friends
Last weekend some buddies and I had a trip planned for Saturday but the storm the night before made for choppy seas and too high of winds to go. They worked with us and got us on a Sunday 3/4 trip and it was AWESOME!!! Captain Anthony and Jeff are nice as can be, very encouraging, very informative, and just plain cool. Caught our limit on large Red Groupers, caught a Mangrove Snapper, and even tried for a Barracuda and caught one which was cool to see up close! Highly recommended and we will be repeating! Thanks guys!
Written May 20, 2015
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Holly B
Edelstein, IL5 contributions
We do a charter every year and decided to try Dos Hombres this year because of the five-star review. I was really disappointed with them, actually. First, they chain smoke. So if you don't want to be around smoke, this is not the charter for you. And two, they throw their cigarette butts into the ocean! This drove me crazy. I cannot believe they throw that many cigarettes into our beautiful ocean every single day. I even made a comment about how they should not litter, but they completely ignored it. When we arrived, they were unprepared. The captain had to stop and get gas before we went out to sea (he said the gas pump was broken at their dock-understandable) but I feel that this should have been done before we arrived. He then proceeded to only put 16 gallons in the tank, which we knew would barely get us out and back in the half day trip... the captain insisted that we would be okay. So, of course, we ran out of gas on the way back. They had a small reserve tank that they had to connect and it took them about 20 minutes to get the boat going again. He said "good thing the reserve tank worked or I would have to call a buddy to come get us and it would take a while". To me, this is not five star. The tanks should have been full... our car holds more than 16 gallons, of course we need more fuel than that. The captain was nice, but gave us a sales pitch the entire day and mentioned that they "work for tips" a few too many times. He would tell us that he was going to take us even farther than they usually allow for a half day (which is typically 12 miles out) so that we could catch the monster fish... he said we went 15.5 miles, when the GPS clearly showed that we went 12 miles. Not too big of a deal, but it just made it seem like he wasn't truthful. Jeff, the crew mate, was great-very professional and was always ready to help reel and bait the hook. He treated the girls on the trip with the most respect, always saying "yes, ma'am" at any request. We really liked him. Overall, we did catch fish, which is why we went... so I can't complain about that. Even a few nice big fish. The boat is nice and roomy, but it has a bucket for a toilet. We didn't mind, as it is in a private area under the deck, but that might bother some people. Overall, I feel that there are far better charters out there.
Written August 10, 2014
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Hello Friends, This is your captain Anthony and first mate Jeffrey. We just wanted to say a few things about the bad review written by hbsears. 1st off, we are aware of our smoking habits and plan to change much of this in order to show our charters a more comfortable ride. However, there is no way possible for our boat to run out of fuel. We have not 1, but 2, 90 gallon tanks in the Dos Hombres. When one side runs out, we switch to the other side. This goes for many big diesel boats like ours and anyone who has any experience would know this. I am the Captain , not owner of this company, so I certainly wouldn't mind spending the money on the fuel we need for the days trip. In fact we usually fill up and get 3 or 4 trips out on the 2 full tanks. Now if my marina is having problems with their pumps when I arrive in the morning, I will need to stop at another fuel dock on the way to the bridge. This doesn't make any sense to do before the clients show up, but with them on board rather, as the alternate fuel dock is next to the Johns Pass bridge. As far as me not being truthful... Know this....I have absolutely no reason to lie to any charter, any time at all. We are constantly assured that we are some of the best at what we do on that boat. Catching many big fish and getting everyone home safely is muscle memory to me now. I'll do it every day I am put to the test! So listen up hbsears... If the GPS says 12 miles to a spot and we just pulled our bait trap that I keep 3.5 miles from the bridge...Then that equals 15.5 nautical miles from the pass. Which is, in fact, much further than I should be fishing my half day trips (normally 11 miles). When people are serious about killing big fish and being worn out on our boat, they know to book a full or extended day charter. We have never had a complaint about our fishing until this review was written. My serious charters also know that if they are not satisfied, they can have their money back in full. I don't want it. But that has never happened because neither has the bad things written in your bad review. I am truly sorry about the smoking on the boat and we will now make a big change in that respect but if someone wants to write about me being dishonest, please talk about it with me first and BE SURE that you have your facts straight! Thank you all for your support and business. Tight lines! -Capt. Anthony and Jeff
Written December 4, 2014
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4 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
We enjoyed being out on the water and had some excellent catches. My husband and I had gone offshore charter fishing before and would recommend such and experience to anyone. I wouldn't, however, recommend this particular charter company as a first choice.

To start out, we were at the dock on time waiting to board but Cpt Anthony wasn't there. My husband called him to make sure we were in the right spot and he said he was boating around waiting for a spot to dock, though there was plenty of space where we were. Essentially this set us out later than we expected. After this, we went out to pull up a bait trap and headed out to sea.

When we got out to the first spot, Cpt Anthony gave us a bit of instruction on how to get what we were fishing for and we were on our way. The instruction was sufficient to help us get some strong gag grouper with little experience. The Cpt and his mate were excellent at keeping us baited, assisting with reeling in, and getting our fish off. We ended up with a decent amount of grouper (red, gag, and one black) for the number of fishermen we had.

Jeff, the mate, was one of the most polite service providers I've ever encountered. He treated each of us with respect, addressed us as ma'am and sir, and was impressively respectful to the captain. He also kept the boat clean every time we moved to a new spot. He seemed to take great pride in the work he was doing.

Now for the complaints. Before we started fishing, the cpt checked to make sure we knew the amount of meat we were getting into if we caught our limit of grouper. My husband and I had done this before and were confused by his question, but the way he worded it, cpt Anthony basically asked to have some of our catch to take home since we're just vacationing. He kept this sort of suggestion up throughout our trip even mentioning how he could take a bag home to his family if it was too much while he was filleting our catch. It got annoying and definitely seemed like he just wanted our meat, which we fully intended to eat all of when we planned this trip.

Cpt Anthony and his mate Jeff chain smoked the entire time we weren't fishing (heading out or changing spots). While some in our party were also smokers and probably appreciated the opportunity to smoke themselves, it was off-putting to be acosted with cigarette smoke while trying to enjoy the natural, serene beauty of the Gulf. It would at least have been nice to know to expect this beforehand. It would have been nicer for them to ask if we minded rather than telling us they smoke on the trip but not to worry because it goes out the window (when moving forward at the speeds we were, the smoke just moved behind him, because that's how fluids work). A flicked ash from one of their cigarettes even got caught in one of our group members' shirt, leaving a burn.

Cpt Anthony seemed impatient. One thing I've always heard and read about fishing is that it requires extreme patience. If we landed on a spot and didn't get fish within a few minutes, we moved to a new one. This method seemed to waste time driving out instead of fishing. We were pleased with the amount of fish we caught, but it seemed like we could have gotten the same amount and spent more time fishing if we had stayed more still.

The biggest problem with this trip was cpt Anthony's fish expertise. My husband and I are both novices, but there are a few memorable snappers that we had to throw back in that were actually keepers. Red snapper is out of season for recreational fishing at this time, so we definitely had to throw back the red snapper. But all snapper that have red colors are not red snapper. I saw at least 3 good sized snappers of other varieties go back in because they were "red snapper". It's hard to argue with a captain when it's his license on the line, but though I'm new to this, I've enough experience to see the difference and it would have been more worthwhile if they at least paid attention to the minute differences instead of throwing back every snapper. In addition, he kept telling us that gag grouper and black grouper are the same, when they are different species of fish. When my husband questioned that, he dismissed him as if there's no way we could know better because we're not real fishermen. It really degraded his credibility that we could read a book with more information than what he could spout out.

There was no safety brief as we headed out. Thankfully nothing occurred that required emergency actions, but we found out after docking that the boat had broken down just the day prior. If we had experienced something like that, the anxiety that that experience would cause could easily be alleviated by explaining what to do beforehand.

Finally, cpt Anthony was so cocky. He badmouthed other fishermen we passed on the water as if they weren't as good of fishermen or boaters as he was. It seemed like he wanted us to think he was cool, but it just looked stupid. He repeatedly made sure we knew this was his only source of income and that it's customary to tip 20%. He also kept mentioning that he didn't want us to catch more than we were going to eat and if we already had he could take some home to his family. He also treated most of our party like we were stupid. He yelled at one because she was reeling in in a way that could break the pole. However he didn't mention that danger in his instruction and should not have expected her to just know how to do it. While he didn't value any of the knowledge our party did bring to the table, he sure was quick to speak disdainfully to us when we didn't know something or do something right.

We had some good fishing and caught some interesting things, including a sea turtle (obviously put it back) and two octopi (which cpt Anthony kept for bait). We are definitely going to fish any time we get another opportunity, but we will try a new charter in this area if it's available. I wouldn't totally avoid Dos Hombres, but I'll think twice about going out with them again.
Written December 30, 2016
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Des Plaines, IL23 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
Chartered this boat for a 4 hour trip, wanted to treat my family visiting from another country.
We booked the boat about 3 days in advance, on the evening before the trip, at 7:45 pm, we were texted by the captain that we would need to bring cash only as their credit card machine was broken. Being a business owner, I understand that things happen. But on the other hand, I would never call a client the late evening before and ask them to go to the atm that night and the morning of to make sure the atm will dispense enough money. That should have been our first warning. We set sail at 9 as promised and were to return at 1:30 or so. At 1:15 I was told that they would keep us out another hour because after all that time, we had not caught a single fish. I will give them credit for trying different spots, but after we caught nothing, they finally took us to a spot were we caught 3 small grouper, not worth saving. Now while we were out my wife was sitting at the marina we left from and spoke to several people there that were surprised that they even went out. 4 random people told my wife that there was no way they would catch anything because of the time of year and storms from the previous week stirring the water. Also while she was at Johns pass killing time, the workers on he dock said how bad the water was. Now since they own this boat and do this for a living, they should have know this and I'm sure they did. Their website stated "no fish, no pay", well after 5 hours and not one fish, then they were basically taken to a spot where the captain knew there would be small catches, felt like they were just appeasing them so they could uphold their "catch and pay" motto. When we asked how much , we were told full price , PLUS a mandatory 20% tip! What the heck is that all about??? Talk about robbery and taking advantage of people! A tip is a courtesy, NOT mandatory And certainly not demanding a certain percentage. Tips are based on performance so you can't demand a tip. As I stated, the credit I'm giving by rating them 2 out of 5 is strictly because of the extra hour. I completely understand that no one can predict what the fish will do, but to charge full price for the pity fish they caught shows bad character . Left us wondering if they made us pay cash so we couldn't dispute the credit card charges?? Seems like this is a case of people being taken advantage of, very bad for business guys, very bad!
Written September 7, 2016
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Minneapolis, MN1,119 contributions
May 2015 • Business
We went with Dos Hombres based upon the favorable reviews on TA, even though a disproportionate number of them are from "1st timers" who have not written another review before or since. (I typically don't give them much weight for obvious reasons) But there was enough positive reviews to sign up with them and give them a try.

I live in the area, and was given the assignment to find a local fishing charter for a company outing. The company plans to do an annual fishing charter, so I was very interested in finding one that we could use at least annually for this purpose, as well as other times personally, and hopefully this would work out wonderfully. This is how the stage was set prior to arriving.....

First, let me say the positives of the trip. We caught a lot of fish. Capt. Anthony put us on a wreck that was chock full of large Amberjack. Each of us caught one,(6 total) that ranged from low 30's to mid 40 pounds. Big fish, big fight. We also caught 2 keeper red grouper each in a rather short time, which is the new limit. Jeff, the first mate could not have been more helpful or a better first mate. He gets 5 stars, as does the boat, which carried the 6 of us easily with plenty of fishing area and plenty of shade. The boat cruises about 18 knots (or mph, not sure) and just took under 2 hours to get back in from 100 feet of water (maybe 25 miles out?), but that is to be expected with such a large, heavy boat. And, finally, Capt. Anthony did a really good job of filleting the catch, which was deeply appreciated and the deciding reason that I provided the (technical) $200 tip, instead of just the technical one of $100. You'll have to read the drama below to understand what the heck I mean by "technical" if you are curious.

We booked the first available Saturday, which was about 3 or 4 weeks away. We arrived at 7:45 for our 8am full day trip, and Capt. Anthony and Jeff were waiting for us by their boat. I backed my truck up and offloaded our two small coolers of drinks for the group and our food. The Dos Hombres website reads:

"All equipment, ice, bait, and licenses are provided. Keep your catch – we’ll clean it and direct you to a restaurant that will cook if for you.

Up to 6 passengers total (fishing or not)
Hardcore, offshore fishing fun
Shark and snapper trips
All equipment, ice, bait & licenses are provided"

So as he approached us I asked him where I need to go to get the ice for the coolers and he said that the store sells ice if I want some. I looked at him a bit puzzled and let him know that I would have already have had ice in the cooler upon arrival, but his website said that he would be providing the ice. He IMMEDIATELY and AGGRESSIVELY loudly told me that I was wrong and that his website only says that he provides "fish ice." I did not appreciate the curtness nor the notion that he was calling me a liar right in front of these employees as he did. I can not imagine anything less professional, but that is on me because it did...... Seeing that he was being like he was, I thought that instead of getting into a shouting match that I could diffuse the situation a bit by offering to bet him $100 bucks that he was wrong. Instead of taking the hint and changing course, Capt. Anthony nearly broke his arm when he extended it as quickly as he did in order to consummate the bet. We shook hands on it and he then had the gall to look me in the eye and say "I hope that you are an honorable person" to which I just looked on in disbelief. As I continued to unload my truck and place things onboard the boat I could hear the good Captain boasting and laughing about what just transpired and saying "who does this guy think he is.....I even told him that I know what is on the website because I am the one who designed it" Ha ha ha ha ha. He found the episode funny, I found it rather disgusting. This was how our trip started off.

Before leaving the dock, Anthony somehow was able to check the website and as I was in the store buying ice, he came over and told me not to worry about it, he'll buy it because of the misunderstanding. I told him not to worry about it, it's no big deal (I don't mind buying ice, I just don't like being accused of not being honest, or treated as I was by someone that I was patronizing.) He insisted and I deferred, and his attitude was all together different. I discovered later that he was able to check his website and he was 100% wrong, and EVEN IF he was right, he was still wrong on how he dealt with the situation. This is where I gained a "technical $100" and is certainly a part of the lower marks in my rating. The above quote was taken TODAY from his website, and is the exact same as it was when we booked, where he clearly TWICE states that he provides ice.

He prefers to gas up AFTER everyone is aboard, so this was a slight delay, more curious than frustrating to me anyway. I owned a boat for many years, and fished in these waters very often, so I may see some things that a group that have little or no experience in salt water fishing may see. He stopped twice to check his fish traps to get live baits, which we all found rather interesting and stopped several times to use the sabiki lines to catch even more. We didn't have much success at this and the rest of the group began to get a bit bored after a while, but personally I enjoy this aspect of fishing. But what I didn't enjoy was the fishing poles that were provided. I own several Penn 5/0 and 4/0 reels and NONE are as difficult to operate as were these. They are in desperate need of being serviced. No one complained DURING the trip as to not upset Capt. Anthony (he gets upset quite easily) but when we compared notes after the trip, I was very sad to discover what the employees had to deal with. One had a bail that was so corroded that it was very difficult, at times nearly impossible, to flip. Another reel used line that had been spliced together and the knot would hit one employees thumb as they used it to let line out so bad that it gave her a blister. She mentioned it to Anthony and he just told here that this is normal when you splice lines together.......?!? I didn't overhear this or else I would have suggested that she let out enough line to reach the knot and reel it in so that the knot is on the far side of the spool as to not hit her thumb when she lets line out. Some of the poles had eyes that were general we were not impressed with the gear whatsoever. Some just appear to need servicing, while others don't look like they get used very often. As we had a full day with six people, I suspected that he had to use gear that he typically doesn't have to dust off and use. The fish were large, but my wife and I have caught many fish just as large (even larger) in our past, and we both know the difference a properly maintained reel makes when catching a large fish. It is as stark as night and day....the poorly serviced reel makes life unnecessarily difficult.

The limit on grouper had been changed from 4/fisherman to 2 just two days prior to our trip. I'm not sure that it is worth the cost and time invested to go so far out and catch only 2 grouper, so that has to go into our calculation for the future. Catching the Amberjack was a wonderful bonus, but we've eaten both now several times and the grouper is at least TWICE as good as the Amberjack, although the Amberjack is about as good as any of the "fresh fish" you can buy at the supermarket. The grouper is just that good, and now we can only bring back two. Anthony opined that he thought this was a good new regulation, I don't think that he has yet to connect the dots that this good regulation just might be the one that could regulate him right out of business.......? He "opined" on a lot of things that made little sense to me, but I mostly kept my mouth shut as to not upset him. He did admit to my wife that he often speaks before he thinks, which, if you KNOW that you do this sort of thing, and continue to do it, what is one to think? Anyway, there was more off putting behavior by the good captain, but in the end he did put us on some good fish and everybody had a very favorable and memorable time, so the entire experience was a mixed bag.

If asked by a good friend if they should hire Dos Hombres, I think that I would say yes, but to caution them to expect a captain that can be a bit brash and abrasive. Yes he smoked like a chimney with us, but as much as I despise the smell of cigarette smoke, that wouldn't deter me whatsoever, as I knew that going in and expected it. The behavior I did not expect, and perhaps, if I had, it would have also been easier for me to deal with. As I sit here now, I am unsure if I will use them again for future company fishing charters, although one of my employees was thoroughly impressed with the entire experience and I am currently considering personally sponsoring a trip for him and his church group. We'll see.
Written May 31, 2015
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Largo, FL54 contributions
Aug 2013 • Friends
If you want quantity,there are many "Charters" in this area that provide it. If you want QUALITY,then you have to go out with Capt. Anthony and Pat!! My Son-In-Law,who is the most avid Hunter and Fisherman I have ever known,came down to visit. I had promised that if he ever came down from PA,I would take him Gulf Fishing.(He has fished many times in The Chesapeak Bay.) I had told him that "Down Here",fishing is a little different. Capt. Anthony did not let me down!! He knew exactly where to go for QUALITY FISHING!! Capt. "ANT" and Pat can teach anyone,whether it be a Beginner or Experienced(And all those in between)fisherman on how to PROPERLY fish and have one of the Greatest Times you'll ever have and always remember! I am a lot OLDER than Capt. Anthony is and fished the Gulf way before he was born. I learned so much from him,it looked like I had never been on a boat or fished before!(THAT IS A COMPLIMENT!) Yep;we got into some heavy QUALITY(got our LIMIT) and were "Dog-Tired" from all the reeling in at the end of the day. My Son-In-Law and I laughed, when we got back in, at the other "Charter's Catches" compared to ours! I would go on,but,all you have to do is read the other GREAT COMMENTS about Capt. "ANT" and Pat that have been posted.(We don't LIE!!) BTW: In a few months(when the Taxidermist is finished!!),I will post a picture of "My Trophy Mount"!!!!!!...Hmmmm;never in all the years that I fished the Gulf did I ever get one! And YES,my Son-In-Law said,"I have never had such a great time fishing and have never experienced anything like it:AWESOME!!"
Written August 6, 2013
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Blake N
West Des Moines, IA5 contributions
Jun 2014
This is the 2nd time I've been with Capt Anthony, and the experience is even better the 2nd time.

We had our catch limit in the first 2 hours, with complete ease! We spent the remainder of our full day looking for big fish, and ended up catching 9 barracuda! We also had a shark on the line at 1 point!

These guys are the best - they get you the fish you want, and make it so fun on the boat at the same time. I will never go on another boat, and will be making these trips out annually with Dos Hombres!
Written June 28, 2014
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Jackie P
Dalton, WI6 contributions
Mar 2014 • Family
Just got back from Florida and one of our best days was on Dos Hombres with Captain Anthony and Tray. These guys were great. We had 4 adults and our 2 grandchildren. Tray worked with the kids and helped them catch some progies and red grouper. We were able to land several large red grouper, gag grouper, lizard fish, and an octopus. We also hooked into a ray and a 5' black tip shark. The shark ended up breaking our line right by the boat, but it was still an awesome experience to watch our daughter fight with it.
Thanks again guys...we will definitely recommend you to our friends.
Written March 23, 2014
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