Whether on fly or light tackle, my sight fishing charters offer some of the best inshore fishing in South Florida. I have trips dedicated for both pro and novice anglers. I target the most famous of Florida gamefish in the most exciting and famous areas in the state. Check out my Fishing Info page for details about each kind of fishing trip I offer.
I offer guiding services for many of South Florida premier fishing inshore tournaments. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced angler looking to get into tournament fishing – we will work together, and I will give it all to help you reach your goals.
Even though it is night time, we will be mostly sight fishing in this area. The tarpon and snook will be swimming under the many bridges and dock lights in the downtown area, feeding on shrimp, crabs and bait fish. We will be waiting for them to swim or crash bait, and then throw your fly or lure in front of them. This is a great choice after a hard day of work or to get away from the heat of the day. Also, a great way to get your first tarpon on fly. Please contact me to discuss the best days and tides.
1 or 2 anglers, 3rd angler add $65
(I only fish 3 anglers for bait trips, not including sight fishing. Kids under 10 are not counted as a 3rd angler)
Half day $500 (4 hours)
3/4 day $600(6 hours)
Full day $700(8 hours)
Miami Night Tarpon Fishing $500 (5 hours)
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phone: 1 (786) 317-4733
Key Biscayne and Downtown Miami will be our departing point for day and night tarpon trips in the metropolitan area of Miami-Downtown.
Black Point Marina is usually my departing point for Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon trips in the waters of Biscayne Bay. There are 2 additional marinas (Matheson Hammocks, Homestead Bayfront Park) that we can also depart from.
We will depart from Homestead Bay front park, Harry Harris Park or John Pennekamp Park for Permit, Tarpon and Bonefish trips in the crystal clear waters of Key Largo.
Islamorada is my home base during Tarpon season. I usually meet my clients at Caloosa Cove Marina, but we can use several different ramps on any given day. Islamorada is also a world famous place if you want to have a shot at catching a giant record Bonefish.
Flamingo Marina is our departing point to fish the rich waters of the Everglades National Park. Flamingo is located 2 hours south west of Miami. Fishing is not the only attraction that this place has to offer, during any day of fishing we can see a wide variety of birds and wildlife that includes Alligators, Raccoons, Manatees, Dolphins, Snakes, Deer, Bobcats, Herons, Ospreys, Roseate Spoonbills, Falcons, Bald Eagles, Egrets, Owls and Pelicans. We will fish for Redfish, Snook, Black Drum, Sea Trout, Sharks, Tarpon, Jacks, Ladyfish, Cobia, Mackerel and Snappers in the mighty Everglades National Park.
This area is beautiful and great to sight fish for Permit, Tarpon and Bonefish. The permit fishing in the lower keys is world famous! I only offer multi-day trips in this part of the Keys.