Fishing in Islamorada is something anglers from all over the world dream about! We are known as the ‘sportfishing capital of the world’ for good reason. Almost any fish that swims in the atlantic ocean can be caught off of our shores.
At Bud n’ Mary’s Florida Keys Fishing Marina, we have easy access to the atlantic ocean, the reef, florida bay, everglades national park, and the gulf of mexico. All of these fisheries converge in a unique ecosystem unlike any other.
We have fish to catch year round as our temperatures stay relatively the same for most of the year. Even in the winter months when things do cool off, there are different fisheries that light up which all of us look forward to!
Islamorada fishing charter boats have set the standard in the industry you find all over the world. Our captains have been featured in almost every publication you can think of, many of them are 2nd and 3rd generation fisherman. Some of the pioneering backcountry fishing guides out of Bud n’ Mary’s led the way to the development of flats fishing as we know it today.
Islamorada is also home to a high percantage of many of the IGFA records for a variety of gamefish. Fishing Islamorada is fun for the whole family – there are boats and captains that accomodate anglers of all abilities.
Even if you’ve never casted a line out in your life, we can teach you how to do it step by step.
Bud n’ Mary’s captains regularly win and place in the majority of islamorada fishing tournaments held today.
Many of our captains have travelled the globe and fished tournament series in some of the most exotic locations you can imagine. So if your coming for a fishing vacation in islamorada, make sure you put Bud n’ Mary’s on your list of places to visit.
There are few places left in the U.S. that have remained relatively unchanged as we have over the last 7 decades. We’ve always been about one thing – fishing! From the moment you set foot on our property, if your a fising enthusiast you will know you’ve come to the right place to find an islamorada fishing guide, and not another tourist trap!