Fishing Trips

A serious fishing trip should consist of three anglers or less. You could squeeze a fourth, however some spots get a little tight with four anglers casting - open flats are fine with four. Or taking turns in a tight spot would work. 

 Families can bring up to six if a couple are smaller children. It's a fun fishing trip for all, taking turns fishing with a little help from Mom or Dad makes for a fun day on the Bay. All ages welcome. Note; trips can be custom split, serious fisherman for the first part of the trip then pick up the non-anglers for a little cruise - keeps everybody happy. 

 You may bring a small cooler for snacks and drinks if you wish. Everything for fishing is provided including license and your fish will be cleaned and bagged if you want to take some home for dinner.

Sight Seeing & Eco Tours

Want to take it easy and enjoy the sights? Then that's just what we'll do. You may bring a cooler for your drinks and snacks. Enjoy sighting dolphins, manatees and shorebirds. Go to a local on the water restaurant for lunch or bring your own. Sorry the sight seeing prices are lower than fishing, Visit for additional information. 


About reelin & Chillin

​Reelin & Chillin Charters


Saltwater Anglers - here are some of species you may catch ; snook, redfish, trout, flounder, mangrove snapper, black drum, Spanish mackerel, king mackerel and sharks just to name a few.

Photographers and sight seeing folks may see; Dolphins, manatees, great blue herons, night herons, little blue herons, green herons, white egrets, snowy egrets, cattle egrets spoonbills, osprey, bald eagles, pelicans, king fishers, and wood storks. Also, landscape shots.

Century twenty-two foot Open Fisherman

Yamaha 115 4-stroke outboard engine

T-top for shade

Comfortable cushion seating

VHS Marine radio

U.S.C.G. approved safety equipment
Insured with Charter Lakes Insurance






captain Scott K Green u.s.c.g.  

Boat and equipment

About our Trips


 For additional info on Nature Tours and Photography visit

Fishing guide Capt Scott K Green retired from a career

with Winn Dixie in 2003. His lifelong

passion for the outdoors spans more then 34 years in Sarasota and the

surrounding Gulf Coast region.

Capt. Scott's knowledge of the area waters, is sure to get the fisherman on the

right spots, as well as spotting wildlife for viewing or photography.