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Epic Islamorada Inshore

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25 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Flats Fury With Captain Eric

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18 ft 1 - 2 People $$
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Flats Backcountry Quest

100% (4)
22 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Islamorada Angling Excursion

100% (5)
22 ft 1 - 5 People $$
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Everglades Inshore Trip

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24 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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trip description for FL Keys Flats Fishing in Islamorada

When you get out there with Captain Randy on the flats, you're in for the ultimate hunt. Whether that's chasing cruising Permit, lurking Snook, or going after Lemon Shark on the bottom, you'll be out in it, casting to some of the top saltwater gamefish species in America! Islamorada is one of the fishing capitals of the world, and for good reason! The sportfishing here is absolutely legendary, and there's no better guide to the flats and inshore waters here than Captain Randy. He's a lifetime angler, a real pro, and he knows the water as well as anyone. On a typical day, Captain Randy will meet you at the dock behind the famed Lorelei Restaurant in the heart of Islamorada. (Note: Randy keeps his boat trailered, so he can accommodate other pickup locations as well). After you hop aboard his 18' Hells Bay poling skiff, you'll head out to either the Gulf side, or stay inland to scout out the flats and back bays. On the flats, Captain Randy will either pole you up a flat, or anchor his skiff with his pole to wait for fish to push through. Keep your eyes peeled for the shadow of a cruising fish! Captain Randy can provide all of the gear for your trip—if you need it—and he'll have a cooler with ice, water, and soft drinks ready to rock and roll. Feel free to bring a snack or pick up a sandwich from the Trading Post down the street on your way to the dock. You can also bring any other drinks of your choice as well to be stored in the cooler on board. Don't forget your polarized sunglasses. These are essential out on the flats to help eliminate glare and see the fish as quickly as possible! Read More

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FL Keys Flats Fishing

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18 ft 1 - 2 People $$
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trip description for Islamorada Flats and Backcountry in Islamorada

Get out there and join Captain GW on this picture-perfect fishing charter in Islamorada, FL! He's a long-time guide with a star-studded record of putting clients on new personal bests. Whether you're an old-timer or a first-timer, you'll have a blast out there while enjoying the scenic beauty of the Florida Keys. On this charter, you'll chase Keys classics on the fly or spin, including Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon, Snook, and Redfish! These species are challenging to catch, but they're world-famous for a reason, and you'll have the fight of your life when one's on the line. You'll be on the water on a 17' Hells Bay Marquesa skiff that's ideal for flats fishing in the shallows. Sightcast right to tailing Permit from the casting deck up front, or cast off the side for passing Tarpon. Whatever you choose to target, you'll have Captain GW's expertise and guidance to back you up. Get out there and have a blast! Read More

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Islamorada Flats And Backcountry

100% (5)
17 ft 1 - 2 People $$
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trip description for Back Country Bonanza in Islamorada

Experience an unforgettable backcountry fishing trip with Captain Eric in the fishing paradise of Islamorada, FL. Our trips cater to all skill levels, perfect for families seeking a memorable experience. Depart from the renowned World Wide Sportsman (Bass Pro Shops) Bay Side Marina, where your fishing adventure begins in style. Parking is available on the World Wide Sportsman property, just ask the Dock Master for your Captain, and you'll be on your way to an incredible day on the water. With Captain Eric as your guide, leave your worries behind. Fishing licenses and equipment will be provided, ensuring you have everything you need for a successful day of backcountry fishing. Departure is at 7 AM, so please arrive 15 minutes beforehand ready for an exciting journey. Choose from flexible trip options of 4, 6, or 8 hours, tailoring the experience to your preferences and availability. Explore the stunning backcountry waters, renowned for their diverse fish species and natural beauty. Enjoy free cancellations up to 14 days before the trip, ensuring flexibility in case of unforeseen circumstances. In the event of unfavorable weather conditions, the charter captain may reschedule the trip to a later time, prioritizing your safety and comfort. Book your trip today and get ready for an unforgettable adventure filled with thrilling catches, picturesque scenery, and cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Join Captain Eric for an unforgettable backcountry fishing trip in Islamorada, FL. Read More

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Back Country Bonanza

100% (2)
17 ft 1 - 2 People $$
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trip description for Islamorada Live Action Fishing in Islamorada

On this trip, you'll launch from one of the coolest marinas in the Florida Keys. Even the marina here is packed with Tarpon! You'll be able to watch 100-pound Tarpon cruising right next to the dock while you board Captain Mike's Action Craft skiff. Once on board, you'll discuss the game plan for the day. Whether you want to try for the inshore "grand slam" of a Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit, and Snook, or if you want to fish for dinner, Captain Mike does it all and is willing to accommodate any technique you wish to use. He comes prepared, and will provide you with all the rods, tackle, live bait, or artificial lures you will need for a successful day out on the water. If you decide to chase the sport fish, Captain Mike will use his knowledge of the tides and weather to take you to the best Tarpon, Bonefish, or Permit flats in the area. On these beautiful clear water flats, Captain Mike will use his wireless trolling motor to stealthily sneak you across the flat to sightcast right to the fish! If you choose to bag some gamefish, Capt. Mike will put his 30+ years of experience to work taking you to all the secret channels, mangroves islands, and "honey holes" to help you catch your limits on delicious species including Mangrove Snapper, Redfish, Gag Grouper, and more. Plus, if fly fishing is your game of choice, Captain Mike just asks that you bring your own gear. He can also provide his own flies and fly rods as backup. Besides that, all you need to bring is your food and drink of choice, sunglasses, and a hat, and Captain Mike will take care of the rest on your Florida Keys fishing adventure! Read More

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Islamorada Live Action Fishing

100% (2)
18 ft 1 - 3 People $$
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trip description for Epic South Florida Fishing in Islamorada

Have you ever wanted to go on an adventure in the Florida Keys? Key Largo, Islamorada, and the whole Florida Keys are the perfect backdrops for fishing charters with Captain Zach. Captain Zach offers guided fishing charters in the Florida Keys that are sure to leave an impression for a lifetime. No matter if you’re an experienced angler looking to hook a big fish or you’re a beginner and want some rod bending action and tasty table fare, Captain Zach can cater your trip to your goals! **Inshore, Flats, and Backcountry Fishing** Key Largo inshore fishing attracts anglers from all over the world who are looking for the “grand slam” of shallow water fishing as you can target numerous prized species in the Florida Keys! Backcountry fishing is done in the inland waters of the Florida Keys and Key West. Flats fishing and backcountry Fishing are done in the same place, as the backcountry holds all the flats. The shallow waters in the Keys are home to plenty of fish feed, such as shrimp and crab, making it a hotspot for larger fish to prey. You will come into contact with prized monster inshore fish that call these waters home or are just passing through. Water depth in the backcountry can range from 0 to 30 ft of water with massive cuts and channels between the shallow flats and also includes the Mangrove Islands. It's all part of the “backcountry”. **Everglades Fishing** An ecosystem unlike any other in the world, the Everglades comprises tropical wetlands across the southern part of Florida. The landscape is home to threatened or endangered species like the West Indian manatee, the wood stork, the green sea turtle, and the Cassius blue butterfly. The area is also known for legally protected plants like the Florida prairieclover and Everglades bully. The Florida Bay is the largest body of water in the park, with over 800 square miles of beautiful water that’s teaming with seagrass, fish, corals, and crustaceans. Back up in the Everglades you can expect to catch Redfish, Speckled Trout, Mangrove Snapper, Blue Runners, and Permit, Bonefish, and Tarpon as well! Book a trip above and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience traveling through and fishing in this unique coastal environment. Captain Zach will make sure you have an experience you'll be talking about for the rest of your life. Read More

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Epic South Florida Fishing

100% (3)
24 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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trip description for Islamorada Classic Trip in Islamorada

Fishing the Florida Keys is every fisherman's dream! Whether it's stalking the flats for sportfishing like Tarpon, Bonefish, and Permit, or exploring the backcountry up in the Everglades chasing down Redfish, Snook, and Snapper, sublime nature, and prolific trophy fish are literally everywhere down in the Florida Keys! Be one of the first to book a trip on this brand new 2021 Pathfinder 2500 Hybrid state-of-the-art fishing machine. Powered by a 300 HP Yamaha outboard. As authorized guides with the United States Park Service, we can explore the beauty of the Everglades National Park as we fish for a variety of species including Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Seatrout, Snapper, Tripletail and Sharks. The upper keys patch reefs, islands, and flats provide additional territory to explore and fish. All modern tackle and your fishing license are included, so just bring what you want to eat and drink. So head out with Captain Shawn who knows how to do it all! You'll meet up with him at Chris' Bait and Tackle, in Tavernier, which provides easy access and quick commutes to both the flats and the Everglades. Aboard his 25' Pathfinder you can decide what you'd like to fish for on that day. **Note** If you choose to go back into the Everglades National Park you will need to purchase a daily park pass which is only 15$ a person and can be purchased the morning of the charter on your smartphone. Read More

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Islamorada Classic Trip

100% (1)
25 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Everything to Know About Booking an Islamorada redfish fishing charter

What are the best redfish fishing charters in Islamorada?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 39 redfish trips in Islamorada, and the most popular trips in the area are Epic Islamorada Inshore guided by Ron, Flats Fury with Captain Eric guided by Eric, and Flats Backcountry Quest guided by Eric.

Our guides in Islamorada are rated a 4.95 out of 5 based on 2529 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 Redfish charter include Key Largo, Tavernier and Layton.

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

What types of redfish fishing charters are common in Islamorada?

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

The most common fishing techniques in Islamorada are light tackle fishing, live bait fishing, and artificial lure fishing but fly fishing and sight casting are popular as well.

How much do Islamorada redfish fishing charters cost?

for redfish in Islamorada prices can range anywhere from an affordable $450 to $1,300, but the average price for a half day trip for redfish in Islamorada is $701. The average price for a full day trip for redfish in Islamorada is $927.

What month is best for redfish fishing in Islamorada?

The most popular season for redfish fishing in Islamorada is spring, and most anglers book their trips 30 days in advance.

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

Redfish, also known as red drum, are a prized gamefish found in the waters surrounding Isla Morada. Known for their coppery-red coloration and distinctive black spot near the tail, redfish are highly sought after by anglers for their strong fighting ability and excellent table fare. In Isla Morada, redfish can be found in a variety of habitats, including flats, mangrove shorelines, and grassy flats, where they feed on crustaceans, small fish, and other prey.

Fishing for redfish in Isla Morada offers anglers a rewarding experience, whether targeting them inshore or nearshore. In the shallow flats and backcountry waters, anglers often use sight-fishing techniques, scanning the clear waters for signs of feeding redfish and casting bait or lures ahead of them. Popular baits for redfish include live shrimp, mullet, and crabs, as well as artificial lures such as soft plastics, spoons, and topwater plugs.

While redfish can be caught year-round in Isla Morada, they are often more abundant during certain times of the year. In the cooler months of fall and winter, redfish may move into deeper channels and warmer waters, while in the warmer months of spring and summer, they may be more active in shallow flats and mangrove-lined shorelines. Overall, Isla Morada provides anglers with ample opportunities to target redfish and enjoy the thrill of hooking into these iconic gamefish in its picturesque waters.

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

Isla Morada, situated in the Florida Keys, offers favorable conditions for redfish fishing throughout the year. However, like many other gamefish, redfish populations exhibit seasonal patterns in their behavior and movements. In Isla Morada, the prime seasons for targeting redfish typically coincide with the cooler months of the year, particularly from late fall through early spring. During this time, water temperatures are cooler, which prompts redfish to become more active and feed more aggressively.

Late fall and winter, in particular, are considered peak seasons for redfish fishing in Isla Morada. As temperatures drop, redfish often move into shallow waters to seek warmer temperatures and forage for food. This behavior makes them more accessible to anglers fishing inshore areas, including flats, mangrove shorelines, and backcountry channels. Additionally, during these cooler months, redfish may form larger schools, providing anglers with opportunities to target multiple fish in a single location.

While redfish can be caught year-round in Isla Morada, spring and early summer can also be productive seasons for targeting these prized gamefish. As water temperatures begin to warm up, redfish may transition to different areas and exhibit different feeding behaviors. Anglers may find success targeting redfish in deeper channels, around oyster bars, and along the edges of grass flats. Overall, Isla Morada offers ample opportunities for anglers to target redfish throughout the year, with each season providing its own unique challenges and rewards.

What techniques are popular for catching redfish in Islamorada?

In Isla Morada, redfish fishing techniques vary depending on the preferred habitat and behavior of these prized gamefish. One popular method among anglers is sight fishing on the flats, especially during the cooler months when redfish are more active in shallower waters. Anglers poling skiffs or flats boats quietly traverse the shallow flats, scanning the waters for the distinctive copper-colored hues of redfish against the sandy or grassy bottoms. Once spotted, anglers carefully cast live bait, such as shrimp, crabs, or pinfish, or artificial lures, such as spoons or soft plastic baits, ahead of the moving fish, enticing strikes from these wary predators.

Another effective technique for targeting redfish in Isla Morada is fishing around structure, such as mangrove shorelines, oyster bars, and submerged vegetation. Redfish are known for their affinity for structure, which provides them with cover and access to food sources. Anglers can use both live and cut bait, as well as artificial lures like jigs and topwater plugs, to entice strikes from redfish hiding in and around these structures. By casting near the edges of mangroves or along the drop-offs of oyster bars, anglers can increase their chances of hooking into a trophy-sized redfish.

Additionally, trolling can be an effective technique for targeting redfish in deeper waters or along channels in Isla Morada. Anglers can troll a variety of lures, including diving plugs, spoons, and soft plastic swimbaits, at varying depths to cover a wide area and locate schools of redfish. Trolling allows anglers to explore different areas and find productive fishing grounds where redfish are actively feeding. Overall, mastering a combination of sight fishing, structure fishing, and trolling techniques can lead to successful redfish outings in Isla Morada's diverse and bountiful waters.

What other species are popular in Islamorada?

Aside from redfish, Isla Morada offers anglers a diverse range of species to target, making it a paradise for fishing enthusiasts. One popular species found in these waters is the tarpon, known for its acrobatic leaps and formidable fighting strength. Isla Morada is renowned as one of the premier tarpon fishing destinations in the world, particularly during the annual tarpon migration season, which typically occurs from spring through early summer. Anglers can target tarpon by sight fishing along the flats or by fishing around bridges, channels, and other structures using live bait, such as mullet or crabs, or artificial lures like swimbaits and flies.

Another prized gamefish in Isla Morada is the bonefish, prized for its stealth and speed. Bonefish inhabit the shallow flats and sandy bottoms of Isla Morada's backcountry waters, where they feed on crustaceans and small fish. Anglers can target bonefish using sight fishing techniques, scanning the flats for the telltale signs of feeding fish, and presenting small live bait or artificial flies with precision casts. Bonefish are known for their challenging fights and are highly prized by anglers for their elusive nature and impressive runs.

Additionally, Isla Morada offers opportunities to target a variety of offshore species, including mahi-mahi, sailfish, wahoo, and tuna, among others. These pelagic species can be found in the deeper waters offshore, where they patrol the edges of reefs, current lines, and underwater structures in search of prey. Anglers can target these species using trolling techniques with rigged baits or artificial lures, as well as casting and jigging around productive areas. With its rich marine ecosystem and diverse range of fish species, Isla Morada provides anglers with endless opportunities for exciting and rewarding fishing adventures.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Fishing with Captain Randy was a blast caught plenty of bonefish and some sharks Randy is a cool dude really enjoyed my trip

    Rick B. with Randy S. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a terrific day with Pete!

    Kipp H. with Pete R. of Islamorada, 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

  • ★★★★★
    What an amazing day of fishing and boating. Captain Pete and his mate Christy were great with my three boys. They really made the experience "The Best Day Ever!"

    Roy G. with Pete R. 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

  • ★★★★★
    Great work Captain Phil. Had a good time on the boat and caught fish all through the 8 hour day. Even when the bite slowed down captain phil ran all over to get back on the bite. We had our trout limit within the first hour of the fishing. He showed me allot of tips for casting under mangroves. Looking forward to another trip soon.

    Shaun T. with Mike P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Had two great days on the water with captain Eric. Even though it was pretty windy Captain Eric put me in fish. Enjoyed the fishing and enjoyed my time on the water with captain Eric. Next time I'm in the Keys I will be looking forward to fishing with Captain Eric.

    Bob M. with Eric S. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    I have been fishing the keys for 10 years but learned a ton fishing with Captain Troy and first mate James. We caught a 2 man limit of nice sized yellow tail in 1.5 h. Very friendly folks made for a great day ! Highly recommend!

    Thomas J. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We truly enjoyed our fly fishing trip with Capt GW. His boat was clean and comfortable and Capt GW was very personable and knowledgeable. We had some tougher conditions with wind that allowed him to give me so much needed help and encouragement on techniques to help my skills. But alas, no adrenaline moments of catching backwater fish, just the adrenaline of trying to make the right cast in the right spot. We saw a great deal of sea life as an addition to the friendly camaraderie, and that was a bonus.

    David H. with Gw D. 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

  • ★★★★★
    We had a blast fishing with Captain Troy and his crew! They did everything possible to provide us an exciting adventure during our vacation. We caught a variety of fish and enjoyed grilling them up that evening. We highly recommend Captain Troy for your Florida Keys fishing adventure.

    Patrick G. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Tony was top notch! He communicated well prior to the trip, was ready to go when we arrived, got us on some great fish, and was just a good guy and fun to go fishing with.

    Jc F. with Tony Y. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time.

    Gerald L. with Eric S. of Islamorada, 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

  • ★★★★★
    Very good trip. Well worth it. Slow start on the bite, but Capt was persistent on got us on some good fishing. Great guy, hope to do it again.

    David M. with Eric S. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Merry good trip. Well worth it. Slow start on the bite, but Capt was persistent on got us on some good fishing. Great guy, hope to do it again.

    David M. with Eric S. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great guide and a great man. My wife and I went out for 6 hours, caught tarpon, snook and snapper. was exactly what I was looking for.

    Tom G. with Eric R. 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

  • ★★★★★
    Great guide. Had a wonderful outing. Thanks for being persistant and finding us some great places to catch fish.

    Brian K. with Nick D. of Islamorada, Florida

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