South America

South Florida

Lake Okeechobee

Come fishing with Wet Dreams Charters in beautiful South Florida for largemouth bass, peacock bass, catfish, bluegill, crappie, and other freshwater species. Enjoy the great outdoor scenery while you reel in the fish of your dreams. We will take you on your own customized fishing trip to catch whatever you may desire and provide you with all professional equipment. After we pick you up, we’ll take you to one of our great south Florida fishing spots, and put you right on the fish. We guarantee you’ll have a great time. Nothing beats the excitement of a huge fish tugging on your line! Our years of experience and vast knowledge of the surrounding areas get you to where the fish are biting NOW.


     Feel like fishing abroad? We can book you on a trip of a lifetime to a great South American destination. Let us set you up with one of our partners in Brazil, Panama, or Costa Rica. You’ll catch huge peacock bass in the Amazon, Blue Marlin in Panama, or rooster fish and sailfish in Costa Rica!! All exceptional adventures and very reasonably priced too!


If your visiting in the area we can assist you with accommodations close to where we are fishing with restaurants nearby. We can arrange trips anywhere in southern Florida.


For more information contact Doug at 954-914-9439 or

E-mail Doug@WetDreamsCharters.com

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    “What a Great Day of fishing on Lake Okeechobee we had today. Not only did we win the tournament , but I caught my personal Best. 11 LB. "HAWG". The morning started out fast and furious as we were into some rattle Trap fish, up to 4 LB. By 6:40 am we had our limit and was culling fish. Also we were catching them on Zara Spooks, then the action and size picked up as I started throwing "Old Faithful , Gambler's Flappin' Shad. First was a 4 pounder then a 5 pounder.                                              


    Then it happened , there was a massive explosion and the fight was on. I kept steady pressure while my guide Doug Harris chased down our trophy threw the weeds as it continued to pull drag. Thinking it was going to be about 7 LB, Doug scooped her up into the net ,and at that point we realized she was near 11 lb., and was spawned out. Today's winning bag was 26.30 LB. which gave us 1st Place and of course Big Bass.”  July 12, 2009