Fly Fishing Charters

Trip Rates & Details

Fly fishing in saltwater is extremely rewarding but can be challenging and can be quite different than freshwater fly fishing. In freshwater when you spot a rising fish you can recast until you get that perfect drag free drift. In saltwater when sight fish a quick, accurate cast is necessary. A fly presented to close spooks the fish and too far away he doesn’t see it. Many times the conditions don’t allow for sight fishing so we blind cast, again accuracy is important as it’s extremely important to get the fly up tight to the mangroves. Fly fishing is one of the most exciting ways to fish in the backcountry of Southwest Florida. We’ve taught a lot of fly fishing classes in the past and are happy to and enjoy instructing.


$ 600 Up to three anglers, each additional angler $50


$ 800 Up to three anglers, each additional angler $50


$ 995 Up to three anglers, each additional angler $50

Cancellation Policy for All Trips: In the event you have to cancel we will make every effort to rebook the trip. If we are unable to rebook, a cancellation fee of 50% will be charged between 30 and 14 days before the trip and 100% will be charged less than two weeks before the trip.

What's Included

Most everything including bait, tackle, fishing license, cooler & water.

What to Bring

Not much, hat, sunglasses, sunblock, anything you want to drink besides water and anything you want to eat.


If you have any questions, please call Capt. Mark: 239-450-9230

Water flows south out of Lake Okeechobee across south Florida and creates the Everglades, this boundary areas where this water exits the Everglades and flows to the Gulf of Mexico is a boundless saltwater estuary consisting of miles and miles of pristine mangrove forests, creeks and bays. Rookery Bay National Estuarine Reserve, 10,000 Islands and the Everglades National Park is where it’s at.

Good possibility depending on the time of year. In the warmer months tarpon, sharks, bonita, mackerel and redfish frequent the beaches and/or near shore wrecks.

Fishing license, all bait and tackle, cooler, water and a great experience.

Not much, hat, sunglasses, sunblock, anything you want to drink besides water and anything you want to eat.

Up to three anglers. We’ll be fishing on a shallow running Silver King 19’ specialized backcountry fishing boat powered by a Mercury 150 hp engine.

Half day (4 hours), 3/4 day (6 hours) or full day (8 hour).

We’ll use spinning rods using either live bait (pilchards or live shrimp) or artificials using jigs or plugs. Fly fishing is also available.

Snook, redfish, tarpon, sharks, pompano, speckled sea trout are the main targets although we could also catch mackerel, jack crevalle, mangrove snapper, permit, bonita and more.

No, but sometimes we may be near a marina or there are other options.

The water depth averages between 3’ to 8’ deep.

Of course as long as I’m open.

Cash, check or Venmo.

Yes, tips are appreciated and most fishing guides receive tips after the trips between $25 and $100 but is up to you.