Fishing charters for all ages and skill levels in the Florida Keys
Sweet E’Nuf Charters is your source for a hassle-free, high-quality fishing experience in the Florida Keys with Captain Dave Schugar, a lifelong fisherman and licensed Master Captain.
Capt. Schugar is an expert in both bottom and sport fishing, and whether your goal is catch trophy or catch-and-eat fish, Sweet E’Nuf Charters is the place to call when you want to catch fish and have a good time.
Sweet E’Nuf Charters offers full-day & half-day charters, as well as night-time swordfish trips. To learn more about the charters available and pricing information, visit the charters page.
About the Captain
Captain Dave Schugar is a second generation fisherman who has been fishing the Florida Keys since the age of 8, meaning every Sweet E’Nuf Charter comes with 24 years of experience in fishing the same waters. Before he started doing charter fishing in 2001, Captain Dave worked as a commercial yellowtail snapper fisherman, catching as many as 64,000 pounds in a four month season.
Sweet E’Nuf Charters is your source for bottom fishing expertise, but when the sailfish are in season, there is nothing more fun than getting a triple hook up, and so Captain Dave is the person to call for any fishing charter needs you have.
Captain Dave can hold six in his own boat, but can arrange for parties of up to 60 people with advance notice. For rates and other information about Sweet E’Nuf’s Charters, please visit the charters page.
During our time with you on the boat, we fished two wrecks in the Gulf of Mexico. John and I caught tarpon, king fish, bonita, and blue fish. John hooked into a spinner shark, as well as a Goliath grouper that ate the king fish he had originally hooked. To elaborate to the readers, John says to me, "Here Chris, take your pole!" I could see the pole was doubled up on itself and John was darn near hanging onto it for dear life. "No honey," I replied, "I think you're doin' just fine!!"
Man, the day went by soooo quickly. It sure is a privilege to share in this passion of fishing--or genetic defect! Either way, you and the Sweet E'nuf gave a command performance for which we shall always be grateful. And you all know the best part? We get to do it again!!! Tee Hee!
See ya soon, Dave, and many, many blessings
John and Chris in Sacramento