Florida Fly Fishing Trips

Florida Fly Fishing Trips

Our Florida Fly Fishing Trips offer plenty of different species that you can target from a Hobie kayak! We offer three different types of trips that are designed for the intermediate to advanced Fly Fisherman.

Pricing?
Tarpon & Snook $260
Peacock Bass $260
Offshore $295

Want to go with a friend / friends? Additional $100 per angler
(A $100 deposit is required to reserve your spot)

Whats Included?
Included in the trip are the following... Hobie Outback Kayak Rental, PFD

What to Bring?
Each angler is responsible to bring his or her own Fly Equipment and Tackle. You'll also want to make sure you bring Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Water & Snacks, Clothes that are able to get wet.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made one week in advance of a scheduled trip or the deposit will be for forfeited. Should we have unsafe weather and are forced to cancel the trip, the angler will have the option to reschedule or receive a full refund.

Charter Deposit

Tarpon & Snook Fly Fishing Charter

Snook can be caught year round in South Florida with great success. Tarpon on the other hand are seasonal. So the best time of the year to target strictly Tarpon is late May through October. Fly Equipment needed for this trip is 8W / 9W Rod and Reel, Leader - 10FT 16LB / 25LB Shock. A variety of different flies will work.

Peacock Bass Fly Fishing Charter

This trip is non stop action. Peacock Bass are loaded in the South Florida Canal system and are caught year round. A typical Peacock Bass will weigh between 2lbs to 4lbs but can grown as big as 8lbs. Fly Equipment needed is a 5W to 8W Rod and Reel, Leader 10FT 12lb & 20lb Shock.

Offshore – Pelagic Fly Fishing Charter

This trip is best from May - October when the seas are flat and the False Albacore are thick! You will see the Albacore's on the surface in schools. Casting a fly into a school will almost guarantee a hookup! Mixed in with the False Albacore will be Blackfin Tuna and Skipjacks. Along with Tuna... Mahi Mahi and Sailfish will also be a possibility with a little luck on your side!