Our Everglades fishing captains offer you a variety of options when it comes to choosing your Glades fishing adventure. Your captain would pick you up in Flamingo, or Islamorada.
Flamingo is at the southern tip of Florida where we can launch into Florida Bay or into the backcountry. The Florida Bay side holds excellent redfishing on flats in Snake, Garfield and Rankin bights. This also gives access to all of Florida Bay and the beaches of Cape Sable, which both hold excellent redfish, snook, trout and tarpon.
Leaving from Islamorada requires a run across Florida Bay. The fishing is excellent around Flamingo, Cape Sable and up the west coast of the Glades. This usually requires the longest run but is in mostly sheltered waters. The boats we run in the Glades are flats boats and can accommodate live bait fishing, conventional and spin gear fishing as well as fly fishing.
Our Everglades fishing captains love these areas because of the no motor zones where you are required to remove the motor from the transom of your boat and pole or paddle.
Fishing the Everglades is a great option for those wanting an extremely remote experience and a true fishing expedition. The fish in the Glades see very little to no pressure, and are very willing to eat.