Everglades Fishing Charters & Guide Service
If you're searching for the ultimate Everglades back country experience you've found the right
place. No matter if you’re a seasoned angler or a first timer, you will be blown away by a trip
of a lifetime. Come join me as we make our way through Everglades National Park and have the
chance to catch fish you will remember forever. You simply can’t beat it….
Launching from Flamingo or Chokoloskee in Everglades National Park, we fish the
southwestern tip of Florida and most of beautiful Florida Bay. You have the opportunity to see
crocodiles, alligators, flamingos, rosette spoonbills, ospreys, sharks, porpoises in a single
day, and that’s not even talking about the fishing. There is no other place on the planet where
you have a chance to catch Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Snapper, Grouper, Tripletail, Black
Drum, and Black Bass all in relatively the same area. We can tailor your needs into a 4 hour
trip or week long fishing excursion. Call now to book your next adventure into the beautiful
Everglades National Park
Spanning the southern tip of the Florida peninsula and most of Florida Bay, Everglades National
Park is the only subtropical preserve in North America. The Everglades or as Marjory Stoneman
Douglas called it the “River of Grass”, runs south from Lake Okeechobee down to Florida Bay.
The park is known for its rich bird life, particularly large wading birds, such as the roseate
spoonbill, wood stork, great blue heron and a variety of egrets. It is not uncommon to be able
see all those birds in one day. It is also the only place in the world where alligators and
crocodiles exist side by side. Flamingo and Chokoloskee are world class fishing destinations
and many anglers all over the country come to South Florida each year just to experience what
the Everglades has to offer. Whether it’s stalking the flats for tailing redfish and snook, or
casting to a school of 100 rolling tarpon, the Glades gives you that chance of a lifetime.
Everglades National Park is one of the country's largest parks and a treasure
of biological diversity. The park was established in 1947 by President Harry S. Truman to
protect the unique and fragile ecosystem. Located less than an hour from the Miami metropolitan
area, this subtropical wilderness is a combination of one and a half million acres of sawgrass
prairie, shimmering waters, and mangrove forests sheltering a tremendous spectrum of wild life.
Animal life is varied and includes the endangered American crocodile, alligators, Florida
Panther, deer, dolphins, and a wide variety of fish. In addition, more than 345 species of
birds winter in the park.