The average cost for a four hour trip in Singer Island is $591, while the average cost for an 8 hour trip is $1007. Prices can vary based on trip duration, boat size and amenities, and the type of fishing your group is looking to do. View all Singer Island Charters here.
There are no shared trips currently available in Singer Island. View all Singer Island Charters here.
The most common charter boat types in Singer Island are:
The average charter boat size in Singer Island is 31 feet.
Singer Island is a peninsula north of West Palm Beach, Florida that boasts some of the most exciting and diverse fishing experiences on the Atlantic Coast. With the Gulf Stream a 15 minute run east, and the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon a shell’s throw to the west, a trip to Singer Island puts you in the action and the catch of the day on your plate. No matter if you’re inshore or offshore, a spectrum of species awaits your bait. You just have to make the hard decision of how to get them in the cooler. Inshore, fly fishermen delight for tarpon and snook. Offshore expeditions promise fights with bucket-list sportfish, while drift fishing over natural and artificial reefs will have you reeling in choice snapper and grouper all day long. For divers looking to put down their rods and pick up a spear, how does looking your catch in the eye before bringing it aboard sound? If you know what you’re looking for, you can find a charter that will satisfy. Singer Island’s diverse ecosystems not only make for a bountiful day of fishing, but also provide entertainment for non-anglers in your party. Water sports like kayaking, paddle boarding and snorkeling are just part of this East Coast paradise. World-renowned beaches, nature trails, museums and local shops further accentuate the area. And, with West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale a short drive south, you’re close to five-star restaurants, high-end shopping, and an abundance of fun to have.
You will never run out of ways to fish inshore on Singer Island. The Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon make for diverse ecosystems and opportunities for experienced and novice anglers alike. Light tackle fishing in the shallows offer the challenge for snook, tarpon, barracuda, redfish, sheepshead, drum and even shrimp, just to name a few. For a laid back day, hooking up a tipped jig with shrimp, crab or minnows can keep you reeling in delicious red and black drum, sheepshead, and even snook. Your Singer Island charter captain will scout out locations with plenty of docks, holes and channels to find these guys. Snook, tarpon and redfish like to hang out until the tide shifts and stirs up new food sources. Be ready when the time comes. If you’re looking for a fight, get out at night - or early morning. Fly fishing for tarpon makes for an exciting day inshore and a great way to beat the heat. Tarpon are extremely tide sensitive and picky this far up north, but finding a capable charter captain can put you on these fish and set you up with the right fly for the job. These fish are opportunistic eaters and go for minnows, crabs and shrimp, but the right fly will largely depend on the water conditions. Finding an experienced charter captain is key.
If you’re looking to earn your catch, choose a charter to take you offshore. A 15 minute run will put you in the epicenter of East Coast fishing, the Gulf Stream. Here, you’ll have your pick of pelagics: mahi, wahoo, cobia, kingfish, jacks and more. Or, you may choose to go for the sport fishing ride of your life and target sailfish, marlin and tuna. Offshore you’ll also find plenty of natural and artificial reefs to drift fish for grouper, snapper, and tripletail. If you’re feeling like swapping a reel for a spear, divers can prowl these reefs for their perfect catch and even a lobster if the season’s right. Sport fishing off Singer Island can be fruitful in many ways. Charters often speed troll with artificial lures, ballyhoo, and Spanish mackerel, or slow troll and kite fish with live bonito or others to mimic bait fish behavior. The trophy fish love it. The time of year has a major role to play when scouting for marlin, sailfish and swordfish, so plan your trip and book your charter accordingly. Drift fishing and spearfishing on the reefs off the coast provide anglers of all ages and experience with an amazing day on the water. Drifters typically use weighed baits like squid, mackerel and lady fish to attract hungry and hefty reef fish like snapper, grouper and cobia. Dive charters are plentiful and can provide all the SCUBA gear you need, or allow you to bring your own to spear the same.
Singer Island is a sought out destination for all anglers. Whether you’re looking for a light tackle afternoon inshore trip, or an all-out day of diving, drifting or sport fishing, there’s a charter to jump on and adventure to be had. FishAnywhere has made fishing in Singer Island even easier by connecting you with experienced charter captains. The hard part will be choosing a fish to target. Book your Singer Island charter today!