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Offshore charters for experienced fisherman. 
Please call 941-275-4884 to book your next adventure with Captain Joe.

Calm Sea

Captain Joe Miller Trip Information
No Cell Phones, due to new GPS tracking technology.

The vessel is a 32 Ft. center counsel with twin outboards.
*Please be aware there is no bathroom. We do have a bucket.
No comfortable seating, you will be seated on hard coolers all day.
Please only experienced fisherman, this will be a hard-core, no nonsense, one of kind fishing experience!
Boat does get covered in blood & guts.
Trips go out Monday-Friday, weather permitting.
We no longer do weekend trips.
The trips can range from 25-60 miles offshore and are full day trips
from 6:00 AM – around 5 PM. We do not do half days.
If you have never been offshore fishing, please do not book a trip with me.
This is for people who have experience offshore fishing.

Calm Sea

$250 per person /$1500 whole boat
(up to 6 people)
$300 per person /$1800 whole boat 
(during red snapper season 6/1/21-8/2/21)
Please pay on the day of the trip.
Cash or checks payable to Joe Miller.
We will call or text to confirm the night before (Weather Permitting)
Please arrive at the dock around 5:45 AM. Be ready to leave at 6:00 AM.
Dock is located at:
The Venice Train Depot.
303 E Venice Ave, Venice, FL 34284
Please wear closed toed shoes. Bring a lunch and drinks. You may bring a small cooler for your lunch. Please no hard liquor for safety reasons.
Your trip will include: Fishing License, Bait, Ice Box, Rods, Reels & Tackle.
You keep the catch; It will be cleaned by the captain at his home after the trip. Bring a larger cooler to take your fish home, keep in your vehicle, ice provided.
Address where you will meet to get your fish cleaned:
200 Hills Rd Nokomis FL 34275
Gratuity is appreciated.

Sunset Fishing

All trips booked before 3/15/2021 had to be canceled. 

We apologize for this inconvenience and ask for your patience during this transition. Please call us to schedule a trip 941-275-4884.

We catch a variety of fish depending on what time of year.

Check out this website to see when different species are open.

www.myfwc.com/fishing/saltwater/recreational