Deep Sea Fishing Charters
Boggy Bayou Guide Service provides deep sea fishing charters. Whether you are a newcomer or an experienced angler, our Captains are sure to put you on the fish on your offshore fishing trip. We catch Amberjack, Snapper, Tuna, Trigger Fish, Cobia and more. One of our boats even has a Cobia/Tuna tower which gives your captain the ability to spot fish on the surface, it also provides a great platform to get great photos of your crew!
Inshore Fishing Charters
Join our crew for a light tackle experience on the Choctawhatchee bay in Destin Fl. The Bay offers a variety of fish that will ensure a great time for children and the family.
Shark Fishing Charters
Attention adrenaline seekers and trophy hunters! If you are looking for a thrill, our Captains are the very best at catching big sharks.
Hang on and enjoy the ride!
About Destin, Florida
Destin, Florida is known as “ The World’s Luckiest Fishing Village”. With gorgeous temperatures most months of the year the fishing is always enjoyable in Destin. After fishing with one of our captains on one of our boats you will quickly know why. Enjoy experiencing Destin, Florida the way the locals do while fishing with Captains that have been navigating these waters their entire lives. Your family and children are sure to love their time cruising on the emerald coasts of Destin, Florida.
Fishing By The Numbers
Hours Spent On The Water
Our Captains are on the water ever day.
Our experienced captains have ran over 300+ charter trips.
Over the past years, our customers have caught over 5,000 plus fish. Check back for our next milestone.
As Seen On Tv - Lethal Mission
Boggy Bayou Guide service is a proud partner of Lethal Mission Outdoors. Lethal Mission Outdoors is a faith based television show that is currently aired on Carbon TV.
While specializing in filming hunting shows, Lethal Mission has hand picked the Captains from Boggy Bayou Guide Service as a gateway into the saltwater fishing arena. Boggy Bayou is excited to have Lethal Missions camera crews on board this year.