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Bring plenty of fluids. Alcohol consumption in moderation is fine. Over intoxication will not be tolerated. The Fishing Trip can and will be terminated at any time due to over intoxication.

We have a built in Green Egg Grill on board if you are interested in cooking. We have charcoal and utensils. Bring paper plates, seasonings, and disposable foil pans for your meat.

Bring Sunscreen, Hats and Sunglasses.

Wear shoes that you don't mind getting wet.

There is a CD and DVD player on board for your use.

We also have satellite T.V.

Bring your Camera and / or Video Camera.

Overnight trips *** Bring a bed roll and towel.

Keep your coolers at a minimum. We have built in drink boxes for your beverages. This will help save room taken up by too many coolers. If at all possible leave your fish coolers in your vehicle until we get back. We also have refrigerators for your use.

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We want you to have the very best time aboard The Annie Girl. We want you to feel comfortable and welcomed to enjoy yourself. However there are a few rules that have to be followed. We try to keep these rules at a minimum. They are for your safety, our liability and some mandated by The U.S. Coast Guard.

No GPS units allowed. They will be confiscated and the trip can be terminated with no refund.

No illegal drugs allowed on board.

Do not show up DRUNK!
My definition of drunk or over intoxicated:
Unable to walk without assistance. Uncooperative, rowdy, unruly.
Anyone who may pose a safety issue.

Our Goal

We want your experience aboard the Annie Girl to be a memorable one. Our goal is to show you a good time so you will come back again and tell others about us. We want you to enjoy every aspect of your fishing experience. If you have any other questions, please give us a call.

Thank you for your patronage,
Captain Mike Rowell