Captain Chris is a die-hard, hardcore fisherman with 27+ years of "catching" experience. From a very young age, Chris would spend virtually any free moment he had fishing and growing his knowledge of the sport. Like most people who catch their first Redfish, he will never forget the first time he felt the "angry bull-like pull" of a Redfish on the end of his line when he was a kid. He has spent countless years fishing St. Joe Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, and learning what the different seasons have to offer in this amazing fishery so that you have the best chance at catching quality fish. Captain Chris hopes his passion for fishing and marine life will bring you the same joy that he gets every time he experiences St. Joe Bay.
Gettin' Reel Sportfishing runs a 22' Sea Chaser equipped with a 150hp Honda 4-Stroke, a Minn Kota Terrova i-Pilot trolling motor, an 8 foot Power-Pole Blade anchor system, the newest Garmin electronics, and a nice big T-Top for some shade on those hot Florida days! This boat is amazingly stable while providing a comfortable and dry ride. It is also equipped with all the required safety equipment for adults and children, as well as a fully stocked first aid kit and a CPR mask.
Gettin' Reel Sportfishing is proudly endorsed by Power-Pole Shallow Water Anchors. They are the finest pole anchors on the market and have the best customer service around. If you have not gave them a try, we would highly reccomend it!
Gettin' Reel Sportfishing uses only the best fishing optics on the market, Waterland. Check them out and use code fan code GETTINREEL to save 15% off of you order!
Gettin' Reel Sportfishing also proudly uses Under Taker Poppin' Corks! They hand make the highest quality and most unique corks on the market and are located right here in the USA! Check them out!
We proudly use Tsunami & Shimano rods, Daiwa & Penn Reels, Z-Man & Saltwater Assassin Jig-Heads, Berkley Vanish Fluorocarbon, Powerbraid & Suffix 832 line, & Owner hooks.
Gettin' Reel Sportfishing proudly purchases our gear at Bluewater Outriggers in Port St. Joe.