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Everglades Inshore Trip

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Islamorada Angling Excursion

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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

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trip description for Islamorada Fishing Experience in Islamorada

On this trip, you'll launch out of islamorada with Captain Alex and chase down some iconic Florida sportfish! This is the "real deal" Keys fishing experience. The trip will include exploring the endless maze of backcountry inlets and mangroves channels that make up Everglades National Park. The backcountry species you'll be targeting include Snook, Redfish, Speckled Trout, a variety of Snappers, and even Gag or Goliath Grouper! If sportfishing is more your flavor, you can stay closer to the Keys to fish the productive grass flats where Tarpon, Bonefish, and Permit like to hang out. Tarpon are obviously a huge draw in the Keys.There's a reason these species are legendary among sport fishermen across the globe. So whether you're looking to chase down the "Saltwater Grand Slam" with artificials, or hammer the backcountry with live bait, Captain Alex can cater to what you want! He'll also provide all the gear, so you're set up for success. All you need to bring are some snacks and drinks, some sun protection, and polarized sunglasses—they help tremendously when sight fishing! Read More

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Islamorada Fishing Experience

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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

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Explore the immaculate flats and beautiful backcountry with Captain Mark to chase Redfish, Snook, Trout, Tarpon, Shark, Snapper, and Permit down in the Florida Keys! These trips start at a beacon of the sportfishing world, the World Widesportsman in Islamorada (You'll know what I mean when you meet up with Captain Mark if you don't already). From the Dock behind World Wide, you will hop aboard Captain Mark's 17' Mako skiff that comes ready with all the fishing gear you will need, a cooler with some ice, and waters for you as well. Depending on weather conditions, time of the year, and your preferences of course, Captain Mark will take you either up and down the strings of keys to explore the abounding flats for Permit, Bonefish, Jacks, and Tarpon (when they're in the area), or back into the everglades to explore the seemingly endless maze of mangroves and backwater flats for Redfish, Trout, Baby Tarpon, and Sharks. Both are awesome options and Captain Mark will be there, either way, to lend his knowledge of tides, share his secret spots, and show you his favorite techniques for each species! Captain Mark is a pleasure to fish with and looks forward to taking you out on your next Florida Key's inshore adventure! Read More

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Big Shark Trip

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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

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trip description for Bay Fishing - 22' Pathfinder in Islamorada

Head out with Captain Alex for a memorable fishing adventure in the Florida Keys! Islamorada is a world-famous fishing hot spot and for good reason. Its productive inshore flats provide excellent year round fishing for almost every fish species in the hemisphere. It's no wonder that backcountry fishing and saltwater fly fishing were both pioneered here! On this 4 to 8-hour trip, Captain Alex will take you into the beautiful Islamorada backcountry flats where you'll be fishing for sought-after fish including Bonefish, Jack Crevalle, Lemon Shark, Mangrove Snapper, Permit, Redfish, Snook, Speckled Trout, and Tarpon. You'll be fishing with light or heavy tackle and choosing from a selection of live bait or artificial lures. Just let Captain Alex know whatever fish you want to catch ad he'll get you set up with what the fish are biting! You'll be aboard a 22' Pathfinder bay boat with capacity for 4 anglers. This reliable vessel will have no problem getting you to where the fish are biting. On board you'll find name-brand rods and reels from Daiwa, Penn, Hardy, Shimano, and Winston. She comes equipped with GPS, a VHF Radio and an Ice Box to store your catches. Captain Alex will even clean any keepers you catch to take home for a tasty meal! Captain Alex will provide all rods, reels, tackle and fishing licenses. All you need to bring is sunglasses, sunscreen, and any food or drinks you might need. Come aboard with Captain Alex and get ready to show off your skills! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking an Islamorada speckled trout fishing charter

What are the best speckled trout fishing charters in Islamorada?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 32 speckled trout 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 4.96 out of 5 based on 2718 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 Speckled Trout charter include Key Largo, Marathon and Tavernier.

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

What types of speckled trout fishing charters are common in Islamorada?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for speckled trout 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 drift fishing and sight casting are popular as well.

How much do Islamorada speckled trout fishing charters cost?

for speckled trout in Islamorada prices can range anywhere from about $650 to $1,100, but the average price for a half day trip for speckled trout in Islamorada is $708. The average price for a full day trip for speckled trout in Islamorada is $966.

What month is best for speckled trout fishing in Islamorada?

The most popular season for speckled trout fishing in Islamorada is spring, and most anglers book their trips 31 days in advance.

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

Speckled trout, also known as spotted seatrout, are a popular sport fish found in the waters around Isla Morada. These fish are known for their distinctive appearance, with dark spots scattered along their back and fins, and their willingness to strike artificial lures and live baits alike. Speckled trout are abundant in the shallow flats, mangrove-lined shorelines, and grass beds of the Florida Keys, making them accessible to anglers of all skill levels. Their aggressive nature and willingness to feed year-round make them a favorite target for both recreational and professional fishermen in Isla Morada.

The seasons for speckled trout in Isla Morada can vary depending on factors such as water temperature, weather conditions, and migration patterns. Generally, speckled trout can be caught year-round in the region, with peak seasons occurring during the cooler months of fall and winter when water temperatures drop and the fish become more active. During these times, speckled trout can be found feeding aggressively in shallow waters, making them easier to target using a variety of fishing techniques such as casting lures, drifting live bait, or fly fishing.

Anglers targeting speckled trout in Isla Morada often employ a variety of fishing techniques to increase their chances of success. One popular method is to use artificial lures such as soft plastic jigs, spoons, or topwater plugs, which mimic the baitfish and crustaceans that speckled trout prey upon. Another effective technique is to fish with live bait such as shrimp, mullet, or pilchards, either free-lined or under a popping cork to attract the attention of hungry trout. Additionally, fly fishing for speckled trout is a popular and rewarding pursuit, with anglers using lightweight fly rods and small, brightly colored flies to entice strikes from these feisty fish. By experimenting with different baits, lures, and presentation techniques, anglers can enjoy productive speckled trout fishing outings in the waters surrounding Isla Morada throughout the year.

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

In Isla Morada, the seasons for speckled trout fishing can be influenced by various factors, including water temperature, weather conditions, and the migration patterns of these fish. Typically, speckled trout can be found year-round in the waters surrounding Isla Morada, but their activity levels and preferred habitats may vary throughout the year.

During the cooler months of fall and winter, speckled trout are often more active and abundant in Isla Morada's waters. As the water temperature drops, these fish tend to move into shallower areas, such as flats, mangrove shorelines, and grass beds, in search of food. This makes fall and winter prime seasons for targeting speckled trout, as anglers can find them feeding aggressively in these shallow waters.

In contrast, during the warmer months of spring and summer, speckled trout may become more scattered and less predictable in their behavior. Higher water temperatures can cause these fish to seek cooler, deeper waters or retreat to shaded areas, making them slightly more challenging to locate for anglers. However, with the right strategies and techniques, anglers can still find success targeting speckled trout during these seasons, especially early in the morning or late in the evening when temperatures are cooler and the fish are more active. Overall, while speckled trout fishing can be productive year-round in Isla Morada, fall and winter are typically considered the best seasons for targeting these prized game fish.

What techniques are popular for catching speckled trout in Islamorada?

Fishing for speckled trout in Isla Morada requires anglers to employ a variety of techniques tailored to the fish's behavior and habitat preferences. One popular method is using live bait, such as shrimp, mullet, or small baitfish, rigged on a popping cork or free-lined to entice strikes from speckled trout. This approach mimics natural prey movements and can be particularly effective when fishing in shallow flats, around oyster bars, or near grass beds where speckled trout tend to forage for food.

Another effective technique for targeting speckled trout in Isla Morada is using artificial lures, such as soft plastic swimbaits, topwater plugs, or suspending twitch baits. These lures can be worked along the surface or submerged to mimic injured baitfish, enticing strikes from hungry speckled trout. Anglers often vary their retrieval speeds and movements to find what triggers the most bites, whether it's a slow, steady retrieve or a more erratic, jerky action to mimic wounded prey.

Additionally, fly fishing for speckled trout is a popular and rewarding technique in Isla Morada's pristine waters. Anglers can use a variety of fly patterns, such as Clouser Minnows, shrimp imitations, or baitfish patterns, to entice strikes from speckled trout. Effective fly fishing techniques include casting to likely holding areas, such as grassy flats, sandbars, or mangrove shorelines, and presenting the fly with precision and accuracy to entice strikes. By adjusting fly patterns, retrieval speeds, and presentation techniques, anglers can effectively target speckled trout throughout the year in Isla Morada's diverse fishing grounds.

What other species are popular in Islamorada?

In addition to speckled trout, Isla Morada offers a diverse range of fish species for anglers to target, providing a rich and varied fishing experience. One popular target species is redfish, known for their powerful runs and aggressive feeding behavior. Redfish can be found in a variety of habitats, including shallow flats, grass beds, and around mangrove shorelines. Anglers often use live bait, such as shrimp or mullet, as well as artificial lures like spoons or soft plastics, to entice strikes from these hard-fighting fish.

Another sought-after species in Isla Morada is tarpon, prized for their acrobatic leaps and impressive size. Tarpon can be found in coastal waters, channels, and flats, particularly during their seasonal migrations. Anglers often target tarpon using live bait, such as crabs or mullet, as well as large artificial lures like swimbaits or topwater plugs. Tarpon fishing requires patience, skill, and a strong understanding of the fish's behavior, making it a thrilling pursuit for experienced anglers.

For those looking for a challenge, Isla Morada also offers opportunities to target species like permit and bonefish, known for their elusive nature and challenging fight. Permit can be found in shallow flats and around wrecks and reefs, while bonefish prefer sandy flats and grass beds. Anglers often use lightweight tackle and delicate presentations to tempt these wary fish, making for a rewarding and memorable fishing experience. Overall, Isla Morada's diverse ecosystem provides ample opportunities for anglers of all skill levels to enjoy a day on the water and reel in some impressive catches.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Incredible fishing! I’ve never had the experience where I cast my line and within 5 seconds I get a strike. Over and over, it was constant cast and strike. Caught 20 fish in the first hour. Not only an expert guide for fishing, but Patrick is a really nice person to hang out with. Super chill to talk sports and fishing, but was cool and professional. He also recommended an awesome place for lunch where they grilled our catch! Top notch, highest recommendation possible!

    Robert B. with Patrick B. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Some times you are fortunate to meet people that leave a deep impression an impregnation on you. Captain Mark is one of these rare persons. I was fortunate to go fishing with him today and we had a blast. He is so kind, so full of knowledge, that I do recommend going fishing with him. His repeated actions around the wounded warrior project are a tribute to his care about his peers and good people in general.

    Cornelissen M. with Mark G. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Excellent guide. Worked hard to get us into the fish. Caught over 40 fish. Having snapper and trout for dinner!

    Unknown U. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great guy, great trip

    Doug K. with Mike P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Our trip with Anthony totally exceeded our expectations. From the moment we met him we knew we were in for a wonderful experience. His equipment is all first class and his knowledge of the back bay is extensive. After putting us on many fish and constant action, we were able to catch a beautiful snook for the dinner table and a fish that was a trophy fish of a lifetime. He then suggested a local restaurant and suggestions on how to prepare our catch. The ambiance, service and food preparation was the best meal of our entire trip. We would highly recommend Captain Anthony and love to spend more time with him whenever possible.

    Grant F. with Anthony A. of Key Largo, 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

  • ★★★★★
    Damn great time on the water with Ben. He was willing to quickly adjust to last minute changes (remember, when you are replying to messages from Captain Experiences they might not get to the guide you are using through them). Ben got us into multiple species of fish using various methods of angling. When our time was up, we had a few "keepers" that Ben filleted up for us. It was a perfect day on the water. Thanks for the great time Ben and, more importantly, thank you for your service to our country! DO NOT HESITATE to book a trip with Ben.

    Lapene M. with Ben T. of Tavernier, 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

  • ★★★★★
    We had the best experience with Andrew. He’s a born and raised in Key Largo local and he put us on a bunch of spots where fish were biting. He was so patient when we got tangled or lost our bait and was just in general super friendly and helpful. You can tell he spends his days on the water because there’s no place he’d rather be. And he also cleaned our fish with an amazing alacrity and gave us excellent recommendations on where we could have it cooked for us by highly acclaimed local chefs. It wasn’t just fishing, Andrew was the whole package.

    Erica B. with Andrew A. of Key Largo, 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

  • ★★★★★
    Andrew was great. Worked very hard to make sure everyone in our party had a good time and caught fish. Would highly recommend him

    Bruce B. with Andrew A. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time.

    Gerald L. with Eric S. 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

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    Andrew is a great captain and person. He’s the best!

    Philip B. with Andrew A. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    What an awesome fishing guide! Omg. We caught so many fish. Cool boat, excellent ability to find the fish, great tips on local ways to get cooked for our dinner. Just had a ball!

    Renotta H. with Andrew A. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    This was our second time fishing with this guide and we will definitely be back. Great time out on the water with these guys.

    Tony S. with Mike P. of Islamorada, 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

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

    Nancy J. with Mark G. of Islamorada, Florida

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