• On Feb 21, 2016
    Melissa from MD Asked

    Somewhere my sister saw something about Bass fishing with Mickey? Does anyone know anything about this?

    Hi Melissa,

    Guided Fishing Excursions are indeed available at various locations at the Walt Disney World Resort although, I have never personally seen or heard of any instances where Mickey Mouse himself has turned up to participate in such activities.

    You can choose from Guided Bass Fishing Excursions, which includes a 21-foot Tracker pontoon boat that can accommodate up to 5 Guests, and Bass Nitro Fishing, which features a tournament-style Nitro Bass boat for one or 2 people.

    Both 2-hour and 4-hour excursions are offered, and if available, an extra hour may be added in person at the Marina. (Solo anglers may book an afternoon excursion at a reduced rate.)

    All Walt Disney World Resort fishing excursions include:-
    •An experienced guide
    •Rod and reel
    •Tackle
    •Artificial and/or live bait
    •Non-alcoholic beverages (Guests may not bring beverages, food or coolers aboard.)
    •One year BASS (Bass Anglers Sportsman Society) membership, which includes 11 issues of Bassmaster Magazine (one membership per excursion)

    Reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance by calling (407) 939-BASS or (407) 939-2277.

    Wishing you a magical trip filled with memories which will last a lifetime!

    Emma
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Meet the Panelist: Emma, United Kingdom

Hi! I'm Emma from England and I love all things Disney. I am very proud to be representing England on the panel and can't wait to help other families, especially international visitors, to plan their trips to the Walt Disney World Resort and create some lifelong magical memories. Learn More About Emma

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