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Florida Keys Sunset Shark and Tarpon Fishing Charters
Chelsea Charters - Sunset fishing charters are a great option for families or simply for folks who want to get out on the water with less time and financial commitment.

Our Sunset fishing charters are three hours long - Depending on the season, we will leave the marina between 5 and 7PM. We can also typically work with your schedule.
Sunset fishing charters are a great value!....at only $500.



We anchor the boat just minutes outside of the marina. Seasickness is never a issue in the calm, clear shallows near shore. We use fish carcasses to feed and bring in large sharks of all kinds. The bridge currents, in combination with the fish carcasses dumped in the area daily, make for a great spot to catch large Tarpon as well. Tarpon fishing is hugely popular for their size and lively action.

Here in the Florida Keys we have many different species of sharks.
These powerful king predators of the sea, are a favorite for avid fishermen of all ages.
What better way to watch these mighty giants in action than from the safe, comfortable deck of our fishing boat.

Chelsea Charters

All Inclusive - No Hidden Costs - Competitive Rates - Professional Results

We are your personal Florida Keys offshore fishing experts!

We are committed to each & every fishing trip from start to finish.


Our Florida Keys Fishing Charters are available for Full, 3/4 and 1/2 day fishing trips! Sunset Shark Trips Daily.


Call or Text for Availability

614-316-3461



Some of the shark you can expect to see include: reef sharks, lemon sharks, black tips, bonnet heads, hammer heads, bull sharks and the nurse shark.


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