All 4 Chuck Fishing Charters - Guide service in Southwest Florida - snook tarpon redfish seatrout sheepshead About Us – It’s All 4 Chuck

“Chuck is my younger brother, and I lost him to cancer in 2019. We shared a passion for fishing and boating, instilled in us by our father over 50 years ago.  Our love of the ocean and the relaxation fishing brings have helped me deal with the pain of losing my brother. 

For many years, my dream has been to share this passion for fishing with others, teach them and help them experience the same thrill and enjoyment I get whenever I’m out on the water. Finally, at 67, I decided to put away my fears, start a charter service, and dedicate it to Chuck. It will be an honor to take your family and friends on a lifetime fishing trip.”

– Captain Al Harrington

With over 50 years of fishing and boating experience, Captain Al has started with one charter boat. It’s a new 24ft. NuuticStar 249 XTS bay boat, powered by a 250 Yamaha V-Max, designed for the inshore severe and nearshore fishing of Southwest Florida. This boat is versatile, safe, comfortable, and reliable, allowing you to experience a fantastic trip.

Captain Al Harrington is a military veteran and a native of Ohio. He grew up fishing and boating and now resides in Cape Coral, FL. He’s USCG approved, a licensed and insured fishing guide for inshore and nearshore species. With over 50 years of experience fishing and boating in freshwater and saltwater, Captain Al has the experience and knowledge to put you on the fish and teach you how to catch them!

All 4 Chuck Fishing Charters are family-friendly, welcoming all levels of experience and ages. If requested, Captain Al will be happy to photograph and capture your fishing experience for memories you will cherish.

If you’re not interested in catching fish, Captain Al knows the waters around Southwest Florida and will be glad to take you on a scenic trip. Visit secluded beaches and sandbars for shelling and sunbathing, and watch dolphins, manatees, eagles, ospreys, shorebirds, and other wildlife. A day on the waters of Southwest Florida is always a good day!