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Offshore Thrills

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40 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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Ocean Thrills With Captain Don

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28 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Epic Islamorada Inshore

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25 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Reef, Wreck, And Patch Reef Trip

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26 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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Everglades Inshore Trip

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24 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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Ultimate Offshore Thrills

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40 ft 1 - 6 People $$$

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trip description for Reef Thrill in Islamorada

If you've got a few hours to spare, then an exciting fishing trip is in store for you! Get your fix of fishing or learn how to reel in some exciting and delicious fish, as you hit the reefs of the Florida Keys with Captain Paul. On this 4-hour half-day you'll be targeting Mackerel, Snapper, Sailfish, Cobia, and more, as you look to test your skills and strength to fill the boat. Everything is provided for your charter from quality Okuma gear to Ice and Water. All you need to bring are some snacks and drinks if you'd like and Captain Paul will make sure you have a great time out on the water! Read More

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Reef Thrill

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40 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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trip description for Islamorada Fishing with Capt Pete in Islamorada

Embark on an unforgettable multi-activity fishing trip tailored to your preferences in the beautiful waters of Islamorada. Get ready for a day filled with excitement and relaxation as you customize your adventure! Reef Fishing: Experience the thrill of fishing on the reefs edge, targeting a variety of fish including Triggerfish, Yellowtail Snapper, Cero Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, and Grouper. This family-friendly activity is perfect for all skill levels, promising a relaxing and rewarding fishing experience. Shark Fishing: Are you ready for a battle with a toothy monster? Engage in catch and release shark fishing, where you can test your skills against these powerful predators. Feel the adrenaline rush as you conquer the challenges of reeling in these impressive creatures. Bay Fishing: Explore the serene bay waters and reel in Mangrove Snappers, Groupers, Jack Crevalle, and other exciting species. Bay fishing offers a more relaxed and tranquil atmosphere, perfect for families and anglers looking to enjoy a peaceful day on the water. Trolling/Wreck Fishing: Take your fishing adventure to the next level by targeting species like Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo, and Mahi. Whether you're trolling or fishing near wrecks, this activity provides an opportunity to catch larger game fish and experience the thrill of the chase. Snorkeling: Dive into the crystal-clear waters surrounding the world-famous Alligator Reef Lighthouse. Immerse yourself in the vibrant marine life and explore the stunning underwater ecosystem. Snorkeling is a breathtaking activity that allows you to connect with nature and witness the beauty of the Florida Keys. Customize your multi-activity fishing trip in Islamorada today and create a truly personalized adventure. Whether you're seeking the thrill of fishing, or the beauty of snorkeling, this experience promises to exceed your expectations. Book now and prepare for a day filled with excitement, relaxation, and cherished moments on the picturesque waters of Islamorada. Read More

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Islamorada Fishing With Capt Pete

100% (3)
37 ft 1 - 6 People $$$
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trip description for Islamorada Offshore Experience in Islamorada

Join Captain Tony on this incredible offshore sportfishing trip here in Islamorada, Florida! Islamorada is known worldwide as a Mecca for sportfishing, and there's no better guide to the rich waters here than Captain Tony. On board his sleek and comfortable 32' SeaVee center console, you'll have a perfect opportunity to chase a variety of classic sportfish, including Blackfin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, and Wahoo towards the top of the water column, plus a bunch of Grouper and Snapper species that lurk down in the reefs and rocks. Whatever fish you want to go after or method you want to try, just let Captain Tony know, and he'll get you properly set up for success! He also has tons of expert pointers to improve your fish-fighting skills and put you in the best possible position to catch a new personal best. Captain Tony will also switch gears in order to give you a superior experience, whether that means switching to bottomfishing midway through, or letting out trolling lines, drift fishing, or otherwise. Captain Tony's 32' SeaVee is a beautiful boat, and sports twin 300-HP Yamaha engines and a Seakeeper system that prevents boat roll and seasickness! As a center console vessel, you'll be able to fish 360º around the boat, making it perfect for groups of up to six people. Plus, she features recently-updated electronics, side-scanning sonar, radar, multiple live wells, and an oversized box for your big fish. Captain Tony will provide all rods, reels and tackle. All you need to bring are good vibes and whatever you care to eat and drink. Enjoy your day out on the water! Read More

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Islamorada Offshore Experience

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32 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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trip description for Deep Sea and Barrier Reef Fishing in Islamorada

On this 6 hr excursion, you'll be able to get out on to Islamorada Barrier Reef where you can target a wide variety of top-notch gamefish, including Cobia, Jack Crevalle, Snapper, Wahoo, Tuna , and more! These fish offer something for every angler–great eating, hard fighting, and tons of bites. Captain Sal runs a couple different boats under his operation down there in Islamorada, but these trips are usually run on his 25’ SeaHunter center console, equipped with a 350 Mercury outboard. It’s the perfect size boat to zip out to the reef comfortably, has plenty of space to spread your group out and fish, and has all the necessary fish boxes to keep your catch cold on your way back to the dock. Sal will provide everything for the trips, including fishing licenses, waters, ice, and cooler space if you’d like to bring your own snacks and drinks! Read More

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Deep Sea And Barrier Reef Fishing

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25 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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trip description for Full Day Mahi Mahi Trip in Islamorada

Hop on board with Captain Jeff and prepare for an action-packed day of Mahi Mahi fishing! Islamorada is a renowned fishing hotspot with some of the best inshore and backcountry fisheries in the world, home to dozens of exciting species. You also have easy access to the offshore waters if you want to go after some bigger fish! In the summer months of April through August, you can go offshore to haul in some colorful Mahi Mahi! On this full-day trip, Captain Jeff will take you to some deeper waters off the coast of Islamorada where you'll be primarily targeting Mahi Mahi, with opportunities to go after some Amberjack, Blackfin Tuna and Cobia. You'll be targeting these fish using methods such as light tackle, heavy tackle, and bottom fishing. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, Captain Jeff will show you some expert tips to help get one on the line! He'll take you to prime spots and get your rod set up with what the fish are biting. Captain Jeff fishes aboard a 23' Sea Craft center console that can hold up to 3 people. Powered by a 300 HP Yamaha engine, this vessel will get you where you need to be in the beautiful inshore waters! She comes complete with GPS, Fishfinder, a Live Bait Well, and an Ice Box to store your catches. Captain Jeff will even clean your fish for you at the end of the trip! Captain Jeff will provide all rods, reels, tackle and fishing licenses. All you need to bring is sun protection and any food or drinks you might want. Head out with Captain Jeff! Read More

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Islamorada

Full Day Mahi Mahi Trip

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23 ft 1 - 3 People $$
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trip description for Family Friendly Fishing Fun in Islamorada

This trip is fun for all ages and great for building connections with your whole family. Your adventure will begin at the dock as Billy explains what you can expect on your trip. No detail will be left out or question unanswered in order to make your trip exciting, educational, and memorable. You will be exploring the Everglades National Park, which has an abundance of fish to catch and wildlife to observe. This area of Islamorada is known as the backcountry, which places your family in one of the most target-rich environments for fishing and sightseeing in North America. On the ocean side, patch reef fishing can also be tons of fun for your family all year round, but especially if you visit the Keys from December to February when it’s at its peak. Even on cooler windy days, there are still vast oceans of fish to be found; your captain knows how to optimize the fishing of these rock piles, edges, ledges, and drop-offs and has all of his favorite spots tagged on his GPS. Whether it be Backcountry or Patch Reef fishing, both are thrilling adventures. Your captain wants you to know that these waters are some of the most beautiful places in the world for you to connect with your family, and it’s extremely important everyone has an incredibly fun, family-filled experience. Possible Species: Spotted Sea Trout, Snapper, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, Catfish, Bluefish, Sharks, Barracuda, Spanish Mackerel, Grouper, Kingfish, Cobia, and others At the marina, you will have access to restrooms, showers, and a bar. Please purchase any food and drink items for the trip before arriving at the marina as there is no convenient store on site. Read More

Flats, Inshore Fishing Charter in Islamorada

Family Friendly Fishing Fun

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24 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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Everything to Know About Booking an Islamorada cobia fishing charter

What are the best cobia fishing charters in Islamorada?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 28 cobia trips in Islamorada, and the most popular trips in the area are Offshore Thrills guided by Paul, Ocean Thrills with Captain Don guided by Don, and Epic Islamorada Inshore guided by Ron.

Our guides in Islamorada are rated a 4.91 out of 5 based on 2547 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Other popular cities nearby for booking a Cobia charter include Marathon, Key Largo and Tavernier.

Looking for kid friendly cobia guides / fishing lessons in Islamorada? Check out our beginner and family friendly cobia guides in Islamorada.

What types of cobia fishing charters are common in Islamorada?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for cobia in Islamorada as well as nearshore fishing, inshore fishing, and flats fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Islamorada are bottom fishing, live bait fishing, and heavy tackle fishing but trolling and artificial lure fishing are popular as well.

How much do Islamorada cobia fishing charters cost?

for cobia in Islamorada prices can range anywhere from about $700 to $1,555, but the average price for a half day trip for cobia in Islamorada is $829. The average price for a full day trip for cobia in Islamorada is $1,241.

What month is best for cobia fishing in Islamorada?

The most popular season for cobia fishing in Islamorada is spring, and most anglers book their trips 34 days in advance.

Do I need a Islamorada fishing license for cobia and what are the bag limits for cobia in Islamorada?

You’re in luck! Our fishing tours in Islamorada don’t require you to purchase a fishing license – your group is covered by your boat’s captain. See here for more information on bag limits and fishing season regulations in Islamorada.

What is cobia fishing in Islamorada all about?

Cobia, also known as ling or lemonfish, are a prized catch among anglers visiting Isla Morada. These powerful and opportunistic predators are often found in nearshore waters, as well as around wrecks, reefs, and buoys. Cobia are known for their distinctive appearance, featuring a broad, flattened head, a protruding lower jaw, and a dark brown to bronze-colored body with a white belly. They can grow to impressive sizes, with adults commonly reaching lengths of 3 to 4 feet and weighing over 50 pounds. Cobia are highly regarded for their firm flesh and delicious taste, making them a popular target for both sport and table fare.

In Isla Morada, cobia can be targeted year-round, although they are most abundant during the spring and fall months when they migrate along the coastline. During these times, cobia can often be found cruising the shallows in search of prey, making them accessible to anglers fishing from boats or shore. Cobia are opportunistic feeders and will readily strike a variety of baits, including live fish, squid, shrimp, and artificial lures. Anglers often sight fish for cobia, scanning the surface for large, dark shapes or following rays and turtles, which cobia are known to accompany.

When targeting cobia in Isla Morada, anglers employ a variety of fishing techniques depending on the location and conditions. For anglers fishing from boats, drifting or anchoring near wrecks, reefs, or buoys is a common strategy, as these structures attract baitfish and provide cover for cobia. Anglers may use live baitfish suspended beneath floats or weighted to the bottom, as well as jigging with bucktail jigs or vertical jigs. Casting lures such as swimbaits, bucktail jigs, or topwater plugs can also be effective when sight fishing for cobia in shallow water or along the shoreline. Overall, targeting cobia in Isla Morada offers anglers an exciting and rewarding fishing experience, with the chance to hook into some of the largest and most powerful fish found in the area's waters.

What are the most popular months to fish for cobia fishing in Islamorada?

Cobia, known for their impressive size and fighting ability, can be found in the waters around Isla Morada throughout the year, but their presence varies depending on the season. In Isla Morada, cobia fishing tends to be most productive during the spring and fall months. During these seasons, cobia migrate along the coastline, moving northward in the spring and southward in the fall. This migration pattern brings large numbers of cobia within reach of anglers fishing from both boats and shore.

Spring is an excellent time to target cobia in Isla Morada as they make their way northward along the coast. As the water temperatures rise, cobia become more active and feed voraciously in preparation for spawning. Anglers can expect to encounter cobia cruising along shallow flats, around wrecks and reefs, and near channel markers. Sight fishing for cobia becomes increasingly popular during this time, with anglers scanning the surface for the distinctive shape of these powerful fish.

In the fall, cobia make their return journey southward along the coastline, providing another opportunity for anglers to target them in Isla Morada. As the water temperatures begin to cool, cobia become more aggressive in their feeding behavior, making them more responsive to a variety of baits and lures. During this time, cobia can often be found congregating around structure such as wrecks, reefs, and buoys, as well as following schools of baitfish. Anglers can capitalize on this behavior by targeting these areas with live bait or artificial lures, offering plenty of exciting fishing opportunities for those willing to pursue them.

What techniques are popular for catching cobia in Islamorada?

Fishing for cobia in Isla Morada requires a combination of skill, patience, and the right techniques. One of the most popular methods for targeting cobia is sight fishing, especially during the spring months when they migrate along the coastline. Anglers often look for cobia cruising near the surface or around structures such as wrecks, reefs, and buoys. Once spotted, anglers can cast bait or lures directly to the fish, enticing them to strike. Live bait, such as small fish or crabs, is a preferred choice for many anglers, but artificial lures like bucktail jigs and swimbaits can also be effective.

Another effective technique for catching cobia in Isla Morada is bottom fishing around wrecks and reefs. Cobia are known to frequent these areas in search of food, making them prime locations for anglers to target. Dropping down live bait, such as pinfish or mullet, to the bottom and allowing it to drift naturally with the current can attract the attention of cobia lurking below. Anglers can also use cut bait, such as squid or bonito, to entice cobia into striking. Additionally, vertical jigging with heavy jigs or spoons can be effective, especially when cobia are holding deeper or feeding aggressively.

Trolling is another popular technique used by anglers to target cobia in Isla Morada, particularly during the fall months when they are making their southward migration along the coastline. Anglers can troll a variety of baits and lures behind their boat, including large plugs, spoons, and skirted ballyhoo rigs. This method allows anglers to cover a large area of water and locate actively feeding fish. When trolling for cobia, it's essential to vary trolling speeds and depths to find the most productive zones. Additionally, keeping an eye out for surface activity, such as birds diving or baitfish jumping, can help indicate the presence of cobia and increase the chances of success.

What other species are popular in Islamorada?

Aside from cobia, Isla Morada offers a rich variety of fish species for anglers to target, making it a prime destination for fishing enthusiasts. One popular species to catch in the area is mahi-mahi, also known as dorado or dolphin fish. These colorful and acrobatic fish are abundant in the waters surrounding Isla Morada, particularly during the warmer months. Anglers often target mahi-mahi by trolling with ballyhoo rigs or casting lures near floating debris, weed lines, and offshore structures. Their aggressive strikes and impressive fighting ability make them a favorite among anglers seeking an exciting fishing experience.

Another sought-after species in Isla Morada is the yellowtail snapper, known for its delicious flavor and challenging fishing experience. Yellowtail snapper inhabit the reefs and rocky structures throughout the region, offering anglers the opportunity for both offshore and inshore fishing. Anglers typically use light tackle and live bait such as shrimp, pilchards, or squid to target yellowtail snapper. Patience and precise presentation are essential when fishing for these wary fish, as they can be easily spooked by unnatural movements or disturbances in the water.

For anglers looking for a thrilling big-game fishing experience, Isla Morada also offers opportunities to target species such as sailfish, marlin, and tuna. These pelagic species can be found in the deeper waters offshore, where they roam in search of baitfish and other prey. Trolling with large lures or natural baits is a common technique used to attract these powerful predators. Additionally, live baiting and kite fishing are popular methods for targeting sailfish and marlin, offering anglers an adrenaline-pumping challenge and the chance to land trophy-sized fish. Overall, Isla Morada's diverse ecosystem provides anglers with an array of fishing opportunities and the chance to reel in some impressive catches.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Had a most excellent time. We were scheduled for an offshore trip but wind and waves caused us to cancel this trip. However, we rescheduled for later in the day for a tarpon fishing excursion. This was a blast ! We saw sharks up close and landed several yellow jacks which gave us a good fight before being returned to the water. After trying and trying (never give up) we snagged a good sized tarpon. After a good fight which included multiple boat maneuvers it was brought to the side of the boat before being cut loose to fight another day. We thoroughly enjoyed the time spent with the captain and first mate. Both were very attentive to us, making sure that our hooks were still baited and that we had all the help required for landing and documenting our catches before returning them to the water. A great time was had by all! The boat was immaculate and we had no issues if any sort.

    Lynn E. with Steve S. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great full day trip with Captain Chris. Chris really helped my wife with his patience and encouragement fight big fish in deep water and use lighter tackle at the shallower wreck. She landed nice yellowtail, yellow jack, mackerel and amberjack. Chris worked hard all day keeping us in fish and rigged as the shark tax was high though the morning. At the end of the day we got great local restaurant recommendations and tips on cooking our catch. Loved the boat playlist! Highly recommend and hope to come back to fish with Chris again.

    John K. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    If you want to be inspired to be a better person, laugh, and catch the most fish out of the Islamorada marina Captain Mark is the way to go. Thanks Mark for a great day. Also thank you for your service to our country and continued surrport of disabled veterans!

    Brian S. with Mark G. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Ron is a true pro and so nice. My family had a great fishing trip. 10 out of 10🙂

    Mark L. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great time! Very nice guy, helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. Would definitely go out again.

    Jeff C. with Daniel P. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We recently had the pleasure of embarking on a fishing charter with Captain Brad and his shipmate Miles, and I must say, it was an experience to remember! From start to finish, the trip was filled with excitement, laughter, and, of course, some great catches. First and foremost, Captain Brad's professionalism and expertise were evident from the moment we set foot on his well-equipped boat. The vessel itself was top-notch, complete with all the necessary fishing gear and even a bathroom—a luxury rarely found on fishing charters. This attention to detail immediately put us at ease and set the stage for an enjoyable day out on the water. Now, let's talk about Miles—what a gem! Not only was he incredibly friendly and personable, but his sense of humor added an extra layer of fun to the trip. Whether he was cracking jokes or teaching me the rules of fishing, Miles's presence truly enhanced the overall experience. It's clear that he's not just a shipmate but also a valuable member of Captain Brad's team. As for the fishing itself, we couldn't have asked for a better outing. Captain Brad navigated us to all the right spots, where we were able to reel in some impressive catches. His knowledge of the local waters and fishing techniques was evident, and it made for a successful day of angling. In summary, my fishing charter experience with Captain Brad and Miles was nothing short of exceptional. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a novice looking to try your hand at fishing, I highly recommend booking a trip with Captain Brad. You won't be disappointed! Happy fishing! Todd & Paige

    Todd M. with Brad P. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Brad and Miles were great! They had our kids reeling in yellowtail not long after anchoring. We were also lucky to reel in a big grouper and a nice size kingfish. They recommended having the yellowtail cooked at Lazy Days which was fantastic. I would say if you were going out of Marathon to ask for Brad and Miles.

    Jeremy M. with Brad P. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a good trip with Capt. Don. Very friendly and knowledgeable. We did have to cut our trip short, as one of our party got sea sick. Thanks Capt. Don. (He is also a veteran).

    Harry B. with Don R. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Ron was awesome! Tons of fun. Caught dozens of fish. He was super helpful. Knew the good spots. Would totally recommend for a great family or couples excursion.

    Cameron S. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Don was awesome! If you are truly wanting to get out and do some fishing he is your guy. He got us on fish right away and was very clear on what he wanted us to do. My Father, brother and me had a really good day hanging out with him. We would do it again.

    Nicholas H. with Don R. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a wonderful day fishing with Chris. He is incredibly knowledgeable and his passion for fishing really shows. We had three younger kids with and he definitely knows how to make it a great experience for even the novice fishermen. We would definitely take another trip with captain Chris!

    Donald S. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Chris was amazing! He taught everyone how to properly fish and catch fish. We caught plenty of fish even though he said it was a light day. We were pretty excited to get a wide variety of fish including a couple different groupers and some nurse sharks. Hopefully his new term for the nurse shark will follow him on many voyages to come! We all had a great time would totally recommend and would love to come back!

    Kevin Z. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time. They put us on lots of fish, with multiple species caught. Got to move around, very attentive baiting and removing fish. Lots of stories and fun atmosphere. Highly recommend them. Very relaxing day on the water. Book it!

    Dale G. with Steve S. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Ron is the best!!! We had a great morning on the water. We felt so confident in his boating and fishing knowledge. Absolutely headed back again for another day out on his boat. Just a great guy and Master Captain!!!!

    Diane D. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great experience with Brad and his mate, Miles! We caught a bunch of yellow tail snapper and a big red mutton snapper. They were extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I would highly recommend them for your next charter!

    Randy S. with Brad P. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Awesome trip!! Captain Mark is a great guide. Would love to do it again.

    Nancy J. with Mark G. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Outstanding!!!! Chris is the best fish guide I’ve ever been out with out of Islamorada.

    Juan A. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Awesome day. Great Capt. and 1st mate.

    Thomas E. with Ben Z. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Mark was awesome!!! Highly recommend booking a tour with him.

    Mark N. with Mark G. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time! Captain Paul was great and John worked his butt off to get is on fish. Highly recommend.

    Mike H. with Paul J. of Islamorada, Florida

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