Cancellation & Refund Policy

Cancellation & Refund Policy

Come and Take It Sport Fishing, Inc. allows excursions to be booked up to 1 year in advance with a deposit due at the time of booking.

All of our excursions require either a $500 deposit (for Offshore Fishing Excursions) or a $100 deposit (for Bay Fishing) at the time of booking in order to reserve your excursion.

This deposit is non-refundable, except in the instance the trip must be canceled due to weather, unsafe conditions due to weather or other act of God, or a proven medical emergency among your party, or with our assigned Guides or Boat Captains (in the event a substitute Guide or Boat Captain cannot be secured for your scheduled excursion date).

Excursions may be canceled or rescheduled up to 72 hours prior to the scheduled and agreed start time for your excursion.  For excursions canceled more than 72 hours prior to the scheduled start time of the excursion or canceled due to weather, other unsafe conditions, or proven medical emergency, we offer a full refund for all deposit and other moneys paid. Or you may choose to reschedule your excursion for a more suitable time.

An excursion terminated by the Guide or Boat Captain due to the bad weather, once the excursion has commenced, will not be entitled to a refund if the party agreed to begin the excursion. If we have to cancel an excursion due to inclement weather, we may reschedule the excursion for the first available date acceptable to us and your party, provided a reasonable amount of fishing time has not been completed. An excursion terminated due to member(s) of the your party getting sick will not be entitled to a refund or credit. We reserve the right to make whatever changes in the excursion that circumstances dictate, including substitutions of boats, and cancellation due to weather, mechanical failure, acts of God, etc.

CONTACT US with any questions regarding our Cancelation or Refund Policy.

By signing your Waiver of Liability prior to your excursion, you agree with all of the terms stated above.

Last Update: February 1, 2024