Boca Grande Fly Fishing Guide

Boca Grande Fly Fishing Charters

Get off the beach for a trip into Florida’s lush backcountry flats and creeks with one of our Boca Grande fly fishing charters. Spend the day exploring Charlotte Harbor stalking Redfish, Snook, and Tarpon while poling or wading in shallow clear water with handtied flies.

What we provide to our clients:

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  • – An experienced U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) licensed captain
  • – Hell’s Bay Guide – 18 ft Flats Boat
  • – Equipment provided
  • – Quality tackle & flies
  • – A fishing license
  • – Ice and water provided

Tarpon Fishing Trips | 941-815-0254

Fly Fish for the biggest hardest fighting game fish of your life with one of the hardest working guides on the water. All rates based on occupancy and prices reflect per person rates when 2 people are in the boat.

    • Tarpon Fishing Charter
      Full Day Rate (8 hours)
    • From $375
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    • Tarpon Fishing Charter
      Hero Day (14+ hours)
    • From $600
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  • Charlotte Harbor Backcountry Flats Fishing Trips

    Pole and wade the backcountry, sight fishing through mangrove flats and creeks, hunting the elusive Snook and Redfish.

    For the beginner fly fisherman, our guide will teach you how to read the water as well as how to select and present the proper fly. You will learn the tactics and techniques for catching the big ones!

    For the avid and experienced angler, wade fishing is the opportunity to fine tune your skills in pursuit of THE “perfect cast in the perfect pool”!!

    • Backcountry Fly Fishing
      1/2 Day Rate (4 hours)
    • From $225
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    • Backcountry Fly Fishing
      3/4 Day Rate (6 hours)
    • From $275
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    • Backcountry Fly Fishing
      Full Day Rate (8 hours)
    • From $325
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    • Backcountry Fly Fishing
      Hero Day (12+ hours)
    • From $500
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  • Frequently Asked Questions


    What type of boat will we be using?

    We will be using a 2008Hell’s Bay Guide – 18 ft Flats Boat with a 2011 Yamaha 70 HP Engine

    What do I wear?

    We suggest light colored, quick-dry clothing. Long sleeves and long pants provide better sun protection. A fleece and wind/waterproof jacket will protect against cold wind and passing rain showers. Flats booties or teva sandals are fine for wading in the backcountry. Don’t forget to bring your polarized sunglasses.

    What Tackle Should I Bring?

    For Redfish and Snook: 7, 8, and 9 weight fly rods; floating fly lines.
    For Tarpon, Jacks, and Cobia: 10, 11 and 12 weight fly rods and tarpon taper intermediate fly lines and floating fly lines.
    As always, ask us when booking Florida fly fishing trips, and we’ll recommend the right tackle for you to bring. Of course, we do provide tackle if you prefer.

    What Flies Do I Need?

    For Redfish and Snook: Clouser Minnows, Seducers, Crab Imitations, Shrimp Imitations, Lefty’s Deceivers, Enrico Flies, Poppers, Sliders, or Divers
    For Tarpon: Crab patterns or large colorful streamers tied on Gamakatsu or Owner Hooks