I spend lot of time on the water. If you have a particular species you want to catch, be sure to let me know before your trip, this way we can be fully prepared and optimize the best chances for you to land that Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon, Redfish, Snook, and Shark on fly or light tackle. The fish are constantly moving around, weather conditions are always changing, and some areas will often be better than others.

We will go wherever the fishing is best, we’ll run the boat extra miles, trailer and launch the boat further to make sure you have the best trip possible.


Biscayne Bay is very close to Miami and offers some of the best bone fishing in country. You can get shots at tailing Bonefish within minutes of the dock and some of the biggest Bonefish ever caught have been from Biscayne Bay. Sight fishing for Permit is available almost year round and the Tarpon fishing can be spectacular. The Biscayne Bay area is where Tarpon start their migration. Anglers can get multiple shots at schools of Tarpon, having yet to see a fly as they work their way down toward the Florida Keys. Tarpon fishing is also very good at night, they can be caught sight fishing the lights around bridges, in Government Cut, and along the beaches.


Flamingo is not too far from the Florida Keys or Miami, this is where the fresh water of The Everglades meets the saltwater of Florida Bay. Flamingo has amazing backcountry fishing and provides an unforgettable experience. The scenic backdrops, the wildlife, and the fishing will lead any enthusiastic angler to come back for more. People travel from across the world to observe wildlife as well as fish Flamingo. The Everglades offer the best backcountry fishing in the country.

Chokoloskee is very similar to Flamingo. They’re both located in Everglades National Park, with Chokoloskee sitting on the northern park boundary. Chokoloskee is where the fresh water of the Everglades meets the saltwater of the Gulf of Mexico. Given the location, Chokoloskee allows anglers many options to hide from the wind and weather. It offers great sight fishing for Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Black Drum, Trout, Tripletail, and Shark. On the right day, fishing in Chokoloskee can be better than any other location in area.


Islamorada is located on the bottom edge of the upper keys, it’s a one hour and fifteen minute drive from Miami. Islamorada is a short boat ride away from Flamingo and the Everglades, allowing anglers the opportunity to fish the crystal clear Oceanside flats of the Atlantic and the backcountry of Florida Bay all in one day. There’s no other location that allows you to backcountry fishing for Tarpon, Redfish, and Snook and be able to fish the Oceanside flats for Bonefish, Permit, or Tarpon in one trip.