Full day(two anglers)$650
Half Day(two anglers)$450
Tarpon trip(half day, two anglers)$450
Florida Keys Backcountry Fishing Expeditions offer the light tackle enthusiast a chance to capture an amazing variety of gamefish. Here's our list of guides that will increase their chances with their experience.
|Guide||Max Anglers||Boat type||Make||Motor|
|Al Polofsky||2||Skiff||Hells Bay||70 HP|
|Bill Bassett||3||Skiff||Maverick||115 HP|
|Bob Reineman||3||Skiff||Willy Roberts||125 HP|
|Chris Daly||3||Skiff||Hell's Bay Marquesa||90 HP|
|Clyde Upchurch||3||Skiff||Willy Roberts||115 HP|
|Daniel Biondoletti||3||Skiff||Action Craft||150 HP|
|Dave Butler||3||Skiff||Action Craft||140 HP|
|Dave Sisung||3||Skiff||Maverick||115 HP|
|Jeff Beeler||3||Skiff||Action Craft||150 HP|
|Jim Willcox||3||Skiff||Action Craft||150 HP|
|John Johansen||3||Skiff||Maverick||115 HP|
|Ken Knudsen||3||Skiff||Action Craft||150 HP|
|Lonny Shaw||3||Skiff||Outlaw||115 HP|
|Mark Hlis||2||Technical Skiff||Hells Bay||70 HP|
|Mike Bassett||3||Skiff||Dolphin||140 HP|
|Perry Scuderi||3||Skiff||Action Craft||140 HP|
|Rick Stanczyk||3||Bay Boat||Seacraft||200 HP|
|Sid Bryant||3||Skiff||Hewes||140 HP|
|Skip Nielsen||3||Skiff||Coastline||140 HP|
|Ted Wilson||3||Skiff||Maverick||150 HP|
|Vic Gaspeny||3||Center Console||Parker||140 HP|
|Vinnie Biondoletti||3||Skiff||Action Craft||150 HP|
Full Day – add $100.00
Half Day – add $75.00
-prices subject to change without notice-
$400.00 – per trip for Offshore Charters.
$200.00 – per trip for Backcountry Charters.
- Deposits are required at the time reservations are made. Credit card payments are subject to a 4% service fee.
- If reservations are cancelled 30 days or more prior to the trip, the deposit will be refunded, less a 10% service fee.
- If reservations are cancelled less than 30 days prior to the trip, the deposit will not be refunded.
- Trips cancelled within 24 hours of departure or ‘no shows’ will be charged in full.
- In case of severe weather, the captain will decide to either book for another day or cancel the trip. In the event the trip is cancelled, the deposit will be refunded, less a 10% service fee.
Fly fishing, spin, or plug tackle enthusiasts can enjoy some of the most exciting “skinny” water fishing trips in the wide world of angling.
The confluence of the Everglades, Florida Bay and the Atlantic Ocean provide the perfect habitat for Bonefish, Tarpon, Permit, Snook, Redfish and Trout on the seemingly endless flats that are only minutes away from the dock.
The acrobatic antics of a possible world record “Silver King,” the screaming drags that signal the sizzling runs of Bonefish and the nearly nonstop action of Trout and Ladyfish are just some of the excitements you can expect when you fish with our world renown Islamorada Backcountry Guides.
All levels of anglers will know that they’ve truly found the Valhalla of fly and light tackle fishing.
Florida Tarpon Fishing is truly spectacular! Many guides also fish the Gulf of Mexico at certain times of year for cobia, mackerel, goliath groupers, permit, triple tail, and other species.
Being located in Islamorada offers both the great fishing of the Everglades National Park and the Gulf.
Sometimes the fishing on the oceanside is particularly good as well, the flats hold bonefish and tarpon, as well as some of the shallow ‘patch’ reefs for snapper, grouper, mackerel, and yellowtail. All are options on a Florida Keys Flats Fishing expedition.
Maximum 3 Persons Per boat (sorry, no exceptions)
If you have any special requests (i.e. target certain fish, flyfishing, visiting a certain area, etc…) our guides can accommodate you, however you must let us know at least 24 hours in advance in order to notify the guide so he can bring the proper equipment. If you must, you may bring your own equipment, however we recommend that you use the guides as it will be in good condition with the proper strength line and tackle required.
- Fishing License/Permit
- Bait and Tackle
- Fillet Bags
- Cooler with Ice
- Sun Lotion or Block
- Light Sole Shoes
- Lunch and Beverage
- Gratuity of 15% to 20% is customary