Marco Island, Naples, Ten Thousand Islands Charter Fishing


Welcome to Marco Island Fishing

at it's Best.

Come and join the Sea Gone Fishing Team for the great fishing that Marco Island, located on the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico has to offer.

Located in Southwest Florida, Marco Island is the largest of the 10,000 Islands, Naples & Everglades City are a short "Boat" ride away

 Fish the aqua waters of the Gulf or go backwater among the scenic mangrove islands.
 Try your hand at redfish, snook, grouper, trout, tarpon, permit, snappers or sharks.
 Whether your an avid fisherman or a novice, our experienced U.S.
 Coast Guard licensed Captains will guide your
 charter to a memorable event.
 We also offer sightseeing and shelling. If you're into relaxing, take a
 seat, kick back and see Southwest Florida's beauty as it was meant to
 be seen, FROM THE WATER.

"We had a wonderful time and have many great memories from the two days of fishing with Kevin Bellington. Thank you again! ",


Please see "About Us" and "Rates" for available fishing options.

The "Gallery" offers the most recent catch and their captors, most were released, the captors were not!

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"Craig Watson with his amazing Permit"

Jim Schwab and his 39 inch redfish.

Jim Schwaab and his 39 1/2 inch redfish.


Chuck Stevens, Bass Pro Shops

Chuck Stevens with his 15 plus pound Red Grouper

  Amie Bastian and her 38" redfish

Cole Tansey and his snook







Capt. Kevin's Marco Island Fishing Report



Gabriel and Rocko with their Pompano



"Steve and his 40" Snook.  Captain Kevin assists"

"Steve and his 40" Snook.  Captain Kevin assists"


Brandon and his 36" redfish

black drum

"Stuart and Claire with their huge Black Drum".


Jack's 25.5" Black Drum


:  Jim, Derek and Dylan with Jim's 20 lb permit

:  Jim, Derek and Dylan with Jim's 20 lb permit

"Kristin and her 9 1/2 lb. Black Drum"

"Kristin and her 9 1/2 lb. Black Drum"


             Florida Guide Association  

  We offer a 3, 4 and 6 hour fishing charter, backwater or near offshore,  3 hour shelling-sightseeing charters with or without fishing. SEA GONE welcomes children and inexperienced anglers.

We supply: bait, tackle, ice, soft drinks, bottled water and all necessary fishing licenses.

Sea Gone runs 3 clean, well maintained 6 passenger charter boats with facilities.  Our fleet consists of Morgan, Parker, and Pro Sports boats.

For your convenience, and the best fishing, shelling and sightseeing Marco has to offer, we are based at the Calusa Island Marina.  Just minutes from anywhere on the Island.

To maximize your fishing experience, Sea Gone will schedule your fishing charter according to the "TIDES", not a time slot or day schedule.

Your fishing pleasure is our fishing success!! 


Marco Island Fishing Report: No Problem

Group charters, large or small: No problem

Eco Tours: No Problem

"Backwater" or "Near Offshore Fishing": No Problem

Box Lunches: No problem

Fishing Gift Certificates: No Problem

Fishing T-Shirts: No Problem

Fishing Hats: No Problem

No Shoes , No Shirt, No Problem

Your Charter, Your Way: No Problem

Bananas: "Big Problem"

Call for details!


Andrew with his 20# Triple Tail".


Kennedy and her puffer. 


Alexis and her 30" snook

Located in Southwest Florida, Marco Island is the largest of the 10,000 Islands, Naples & Everglades City are a short "Boat" ride away. Marco Island fishing is enjoyed by the fishing enthusiast globally, from the novice to the seasoned professional. Backwater mangrove fishing offers unspoiled scenery, abundant wildlife, calm waters and unparalleled Marco Island style family fishing . Gulf of Mexico coastal offshore fishing is relaxed reef and wreck fishing close to Naples and Marco Island. Fish Marco Island "Nature's Finest" fishing destination.

Originally known as," La Isla de San Marco", later,  "San Marco Island" and now "Marco Island" .. Marco Island is 4 miles wide and 6  miles long comprising 6800 acres and boasting three miles of white sandy beach.. Prior to the development of Marco Island, in the 60's, our population was about 550.  Marco Island during the winter months can grow to 35,000 and more..

Warriors, referred to as the "Calusa" Indians were 7' tall and inhabited Marco Island prior to and during the spanish explorations.. Calusa shell mounds still remain at Indian Hill, attesting to their ingenuity and creativity...The Calusas settled along the coast of Southwest Florida and were completely self sufficient, sustaining themselves primarily by fishing.. However, they quickly vanished from Marco Island due to disease brought about by the spanish explorers...


SEA GONE FISHING TEAM  .  Marco Island, Florida 34146  

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