Bottom fishing for Mangrove Snapper, Yellowtail Snapper, and Grouper in Marathon, FL. Book Now!
Winter Time Fishing
No Snow Here! Only warm tropical waters full of fish waiting to be caught. So come on down to the Florida Keys and book your fishing charter with us. From our dock in Marathon, FL. we offer Patch Reef, Wreck, Flats, and Everglades fishing trips. Some of the commonly caught species of fish are Mangrove Snapper, Yellowtail Snapper, Mutton Snapper, Cobia, Spanish Mackerel, Snook, Redfish, Juvenile Tarpon, Grouper, Goliath Grouper, and Sharks... More
Spring Time Fishing
Get Ready For Some Of The Best Fishing On The Planet! This is the time of year that the Florida Keys becomes "The Sport Fishing Capital Of The World" and our dock in Marathon is at the center of it all. Anglers from all over the world come here to experience our annual Tarpon season. Averaging over 100 lbs. the Tarpon is one of the most exciting fish to catch. But there's more. Pretty much every other species we have here is also available to catch. More
The most exciting fish to catch in the Florida Keys is the Tarpon. Often referred to as the Silver King the Tarpon is known for its acrobatic jumps and long drag screaming runs. Tarpon fishing trips are the best during the Spring months of April, May, and June but we are able to still catch them the rest of the year. Juvenile Tarpon can be found near the mangrove areas throughout the Florida Keys. If you'd like more information about our Marathon Tarpon Fishing Charters please click... More
One of the most consistent really big fish we catch here in the Florida Keys is Sharks. These toothy critters average between 4-10 feet long and are known for their long drag screaming runs. We are able to chum these fish right to the boat in water that is less than 3 feet deep. So you will be able to pick out the Shark you want to catch out of a school of sometimes over a dozen circling the boat. If you'd like to learn more about our Marathon Shark Fishing Charters please click... More
The Florida Keys is littered with shallow water wrecks. Usually we like to fish the inshore wrecks that are found in less than 30 feet of water. These wrecks are productive for Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, and numerous other species all year long. We prefer to use light tackle spinning gear with live bait or lures depending on how the bite is that particular day. Wreck fishing is awesome for catching a lot of fish. If you'd like to learn more about our Marathon Wreck Fishing Charters please click... More
I just wanted to say thanks for the great fishing experience in the Florida Everglades. Kevin and I were blown away with how wild it is being so close to Miami. Kevin is still talking about his Tarpon….
Thanks for another great trip. I wish the wind wasn’t blowing so hard so the fly fishing would have been easier to see them. But hey that’s fishing. But at least we were still able to get on them with the spin rods. I have a buddy from my fishing club that wants to come down and fish with you. I pass your info over to him. Well thanks again and I can’t wait to see the video we took.
Thanks again Rich and take care!HannesLyttelton, South Africa