When planning an adventure, it is important to understand what you are getting into. Sharing knowledge and experience is one of the most important aspects of being a professional guide. It is our commitment to provide you with all of the information necessary to make sure that there are no surprises and that your valuable time isn't wasted. The following are important topics to cover before your adventure in order to make it a complete success.
Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Spotted Sea Trout, Jack Crevalle, Peacock Bass and many others.
PALM BEACH NIGHT LIGHTS - In Palm Beach, we primarily target Snook & Tarpon in the Intercoastal waterways and other inshore habitats. We have found that the best fishing for these species is at night and through years of pursuing these fish, we have perfected our craft. Why fish at night? It's more comfortable due to calmer weather, the lack of sun makes it cooler and there are less people on the water meaning less pressure on the fish. But most importantly, it's addictively intense because you can actually sight fish in the lights and watch all the action unfold right before your eyes.
SUBURBAN JUNGLE - In freshwater, we target Peacock and Smallmouth Bass with the occasional opportunity for Clown Knifefish and Snakeheads depending on the location. Peacock Bass are the favorite as they are an invasive and highly aggressive fish that make them fun to catch especially on light tackle. They make for great photographs and South Florida is the only place in the United States where they can be found, as they are indigenous to Central and South America.
EXCURSIONS & EXPEDITIONS - Florida isn't called the fishing capital of the world for no reason and Palm Beach is in the perfect place to access it all. It's an easy drive to world-class fishing locales to target a wide variety of inshore saltwater game fish. On top of that, our skiff provides access to areas that most other skiffs can't even get into. We have taken advantage of this in our personal adventures and want to offer you the same experiences we've had in remote locations across South Florida. THANKS TO ALL the interest and support, we are offering SOON our favorite location to camp and fish, the Everglades National Park. We are familiar with both backcountry and bayside areas around Chokoloskee and Flamingo where opportunities exist to accomplish the Everglades Grand Slam: Tarpon, Redfish, Snook & Seatrout all in one day.