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Fin and Fly Fishing Charters Questions & Answers

Cleveland, Ohio

is cleaning of the catch included in chatter price?

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Yes.

11 months ago
Gibsonia, Pennsylvania
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Yes but it is customary to tip the guide

11 months ago
East Galesburg, Illinois
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Yes, Captain Jamie stressed that the fish caught in the rivers "they' prefer to catch and release when I questioned him on this. We did keep "1" and he cleaned it for us! He said that when off shore fishing we could keep all that were legal!

11 months ago
largo,fl.
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Not sure we only released but I would think so

11 months ago
Marion, Iowa
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Yes, captain Jamie brought us back to the docks, cleaned and fillet the fish for us. The only thing we needed was a bigger cooler for the fish we caught... which the marina store there had along with plenty of ice. Just bring ziplock bags and a big cooler!

11 months ago
Dublin, Ohio
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I'm not sure. We planned catch and release and did not ask the question.

11 months ago
Longwood, Florida
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I'm not sure. We were catch and release the day we went out. I think it usually is included though. I would check with them.

over a year ago
Cleveland, Ohio
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yes. but the type of fish is somewhat limited. I forgot to mention in my review that I asked about other types of fish and every time the Captain said "we don't fish for that" also this is not truly a "Deep sea" charter. The depest water we were in was about 55-60 feet.

over a year ago
Milledgeville, Georgia
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Yes

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