Fisher Guiding: A Modern Way to Book Fishing Trips

Fishing with a guide or charter allows you to take advantage of the knowledge of a professional who’s on the water almost every day of the year. Often, guides are also chosen to give you access to water you wouldn’t be able to fish on your own, whether it’s a deep sea trip or a float trip down the river with your guide on the oars.

However, it’s often not easy to book a guided trip and pay all online. Especially if you’re looking in an unfamiliar area, you may find a maze of contact information, deposit and payment policies, and trip information.

Fisher Guiding was created to change that. Our global network of guides is designed to make it easy to find and compare guides, contact and book them directly in one place, and pay for trips fully online.

Here are a few of the advantages to booking on Fisher Guiding:

The booking process is the same no matter what guide you book with, and it can be done completely online.

Pay by credit card so you don’t have to worry about bringing large sums of cash on your trip, or figuring out PayPal, checks, etc.

Our team monitors payment for every trip, so if there is a cancellation or a refund needs to be given, we’re here to help.

Verified reviews on guide listings are written by clients who have booked that guide through Fisher Guiding. Real reviews from real anglers, and you get to add your review to their listing after your trip has completed.

Guides benefit the most! You may not know it, but most travel agencies, hotels, and other web booking services keep between 20% – 40% commissions from the price of trips booked with guides. On Fisher Guiding, only 6% is kept for us to operate the site and market guides, allowing guides to keep 94% of their fees and focus on the fishing while we handle the rest.

I hope Fisher Guiding makes planning your next trip go more smoothly, so you and your guide can focus on what matters most … the fishing! Tight lines.

Fishing on a Charter Trip with Captain Danny Gladstone of Fins Up Charters in the Long Island Sound