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Whether or not you’re an avid fisherman, bow fishing should be on your bucket list. Especially bow fishing in the Florida Everglades. And there’s no better place to do that than on an airboat tour in Fort Lauderdale!

Bow fishing is a great way to pass time and get a workout.

Bow fishing is an active sport, and it’s a lot of fun! Spending time on the water while hunting for fish in the glades can be a very social and entertaining way to spend your evening. An airboat tour in Fort Lauderdale typically lasts about four hours when bow fishing.

It’s also an affordable source of entertainment.

If you get a group together to go bow fishing, the rate per person can be as little as $80 or less. For four hours of adventure and fun with a knowledgeable, lively airboat captain, that’s a great deal! And that tour rate includes nearly everything you need to have a good time.

Your airboat tour guide provides bow fishing equipment and permits, so you can have the best, worry-free, fun experience.

Bring sunscreen and wear shoes and comfortable clothing. Pack some of your favorite beverages and snacks too, if you’d like. Everything else you need for fishing, including a license to fish is covered!

An airboat tour in Fort Lauderdale also allows you to see the beauty of the Everglades while bow fishing.

If you’ve never been to the Everglades, you definitely need to experience the area firsthand on an airboat adventure! Even if you’ve visited time and again, there is always something new to notice, and you can never get tired of its unparalleled beauty.

The Florida Everglades, a slow moving grassy river, hosts many unique species of flora and fauna. Some of these uncommon plants and wildlife are even considered threatened or critically endangered, including the Florida Panther, ivory-billed woodpecker, and the black bear. While you aren’t likely to cross paths with them, it’s thrilling to know your adventure could include catching a glimpse at some of these rare creatures. Keep your eyes peeled for endangered plants such as pineland sandman, Florida prairie clover, and two spike crabgrass. Your airboat captain will point out the unique beauty of Everglades habitats and share interesting facts with you on your adventure.