El Pescador Fishing Charters

  • Location: Florida
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32’Sea Vee center console boat is fully equipped with the latest safety, navigation, and communication systems. It’s powered by a twin 400 HP Mercury engine and can sit up to 6 guests. It features a remote trolling motor that will keep you right over the action, a toilet, and ice-box. The boat’s also equipped with outriggers and a live well.


  • Group Size:

    • 0-6
  • Service

    • Charter


  • Inshore Fishing
  • Nearshore Fishing
  • Offshore Fishing
  • Wreck Fishing


  • Light Tackle
  • Heavy Tackle
  • Bottom Fishing
  • Trolling
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Drift Fishing


  • Fighting Chair
  • First Mate
  • You Keep Catch

About the Capitan

Pedro El Pescador

Our Captain is a USMC Veteran as well as an USCG licensed master captain! We run a 32’ Sea Vee center console boat. It is fully equipped with the latest safety, navigation, and communication systems. Powered by a twin 400 HP Mercury engines we sit up to 6 guests comfortably as well as an onboard restroom. It's remote trolling motor will keep you right over the action to give you the best chances for a big catch. El Pescador Fishing Charters is a Federally Permitted fishing charter, which means we can travel beyond the 9-mile state water boundaries and into the open Gulf of Mexico to harvest reef and pelagic fish like American Red Snapper and all Grouper species! We offer nearshore and offshore trips specializing in bottom fishing. All of our fishing trips are Private Charters and can accommodate up to 6 people per trip. ​ You’ll be provided with everything you’ll need for the trip: rods, reels, live bait, lures, as well as licenses. ​ After your private charter, our crew will even filet and package your catch for you to enjoy later!



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Main Address

18651 Gulf Boulevard
Indian Shores, FL, 33785

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