Yankeetown Fishing

Yankeetown Scalloping

Our scallop trips in Yankeetown begin with a boat ride down the scenic Withlacoochee River to the Gulf of Mexico. Your scallop charter captain will set you up with a great spot to collect your scallops. Scalloping in Yankeetown is expected to be very good this year. So come on out and enjoy the Scallop season with us.
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Yankeetown Scalloping Trips $75 per Person Minimum of four people or $300 Up to 6 people – 4 hour trip or longer     Equipment Provided: Masks, Snorkel, Fins, Scallop Bag, and the required state license. You are welcome to bring your own equipment if you like. You are allowed a cooler however, nothing over sized (standard cooler is ok), sun block, hat, and polarized glasses. Once you have your share of these tasty morsels, you can clean them yourselves or as we highly recommend, you can have the local scallop cleaning crew do the dirty work for you for a small fee.   Cancellations, Refunds and Rescheduling are to be discussed between the Captain and the Client.    Visit us for scallop season in Yankeetown.   Scalloping and Fishing Combo The combo trip includes a 1/2 day fishing and 1/2 day scalloping. Another outdoor favorite. We target Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, Sheephead, and Snapper before splashing into the Gulf for a few scallops to add for dinner. 2 Anglers                                     $400 3 Anglers                                     $450               4 Anglers                                     $500     What to Bring: • Polarized Sunglasses • Camera • Sunscreen • Hat • Food, Drinks and Snacks • Jacket (rides are chilly in the morning) • Snorkel Gear (Scalloping Trips Only)   Captain Provides • Boat • Fishing License (up to six people) • Rod and Reels • Tackle • Bait • Cleans Catch Of The Day • Cooler and Ice • Water   For Yankeetown Scallop or Fishing Charters call: 352-445-2755  Book it Now. Crystal River Scalloping trips Charters Scalloping Charters Trips in Homosassa Steinhatchee Scallop trips Cedar Key Scallops Nature Coast Navigator
Yankeetown Fishing

Yankeetown Scalloping

Our scallop trips in Yankeetown begin with a boat ride down the scenic Withlacoochee River to the Gulf of Mexico. Your scallop charter captain will set you up with a great spot to collect your scallops. Scalloping in Yankeetown is expected to be very good this year. So come on out and enjoy the Scallop season with us.
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Yankeetown Scalloping Trips $75 per Person Minimum of four people or $300 Up to 6 people – 4 hour trip or longer     Equipment Provided: Masks, Snorkel, Fins, Scallop Bag, and the required state license. You are welcome to bring your own equipment if you like. You are allowed a cooler however, nothing over sized (standard cooler is ok), sun block, hat, and polarized glasses. Once you have your share of these tasty morsels, you can clean them yourselves or as we highly recommend, you can have the local scallop cleaning crew do the dirty work for you for a small fee.   Cancellations, Refunds and Rescheduling are to be discussed between the Captain and the Client.    Visit us for scallop season in Yankeetown.   Scalloping and Fishing Combo The combo trip includes a 1/2 day fishing and 1/2 day scalloping. Another outdoor favorite. We target Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, Sheephead, and Snapper before splashing into the Gulf for a few scallops to add for dinner. 2 Anglers                                     $400 3 Anglers                                     $450               4 Anglers                                     $500     What to Bring: • Polarized Sunglasses • Camera • Sunscreen • Hat • Food, Drinks and Snacks • Jacket (rides are chilly in the morning) • Snorkel Gear (Scalloping Trips Only)   Captain Provides • Boat • Fishing License (up to six people) • Rod and Reels • Tackle • Bait • Cleans Catch Of The Day • Cooler and Ice • Water   For Yankeetown Scallop or Fishing Charters call: 352-445-2755  Book it Now. Crystal River Scalloping trips Charters Scalloping Charters Trips in Homosassa Steinhatchee Scallop trips Cedar Key Scallops Nature Coast Navigator