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Islamorada Fishing in the Flats

We will spend our customized day of boating in the spectacular waters in Islamorada, commonly known as the “Fishing Capital of the World” – and for good reason.  Located only 5 minutes south of Key Largo, Sports fisherman from around the world pay big dollars to hire professional fishing guides to take them to these World Class locations. As it turns out, the very Sandbar that we vacation at attracts these hard core fisherman and they are visible all around us. You will love an easy afternoon of Islamorada Fishing in the shallow water of the sandbar flats or at the Mangrove Islands.

So whether you’re a non-fisherman, a casual fisherman, or a no-nonsense fisherman, knowing that you’re spending the day in a word class fishing location must be encouraging if not downright exciting. Our guest can enjoy multiple ultra-light fishing rods on board the “TIKI TIKI” along with all the bait and tackle you need.

Lately, the Bonnethead Shark has been the most sought after fish on the Sandbar and certainly the most unique e and photogenic of all.  Other fish that our guests have caught have been the Barracuda, Bonefish, Tarpon, Permit, Flounder, Needlefish, Cowfish, and your occasional Sting Ray.

At the Sandbar or near the Mangrove Islands you may fish off the boat, fish while wading, fish on the paddleboard (SUP), or fish kayaking; both the kayak and paddleboard have 2 rod holders and 2 cup holders and both are capable of carrying 2 people. Please note: Individual fishing license is NOT required for our guests. We purchase them for you, as a part of your package.

For those who prefer to target just fish, or for children looking to catch their first saltwater species, fishing Islamorada’s Sand Bar is perfect! The water is crystal clear, shallow, sandy, safe, and calm – which has never lead to a single guest getting seasick.

For other Key Largo adventures, learn more about snorkeling in Islamorada.