$600.00 for 2 anglers
Summer time in Florida is best for tarpon,
and you can't go wrong at any time of the year
for big redfish in Louisiana (although October-March seems to hold the biggest fish).
Although you are more than welcome to bring your own rods and gear, I have all of the essentials to make your packing light. Countless number of fly rods, spin rods, flies, lures, reels, etc. If you do bring your own rod and reel please arrive with: 8-10wt rods with floating lines for reds and 11-12wt with floating lines for tarpon. Things you NEED to bring: polarized sunglasses (amber or copper lense color), rain gear, any food for lunch, and a fishing license @ 1-888-765-2602. Also, bring the mind set of expecting an awesome day on the water.
As stated on the homepage, my main focus is on two of the greatest saltwater species known to flats fishermen: Redfish and Tarpon. Both fish can be caught with the fly or with the spin rod, so whatever your preference is, we will make it happen. I love to fly fish and there's nothing like catching a big fish on the fly rod, so to all purist fly fishermen, welcome!
However, with this being said, the wind, weather, and time of year all play a part in being able to fly fish. Spin fishing with soft plastics will always be a viable option, whether wind, rain, snow, hurricane, nuclear warfare, or the works.
If flying, the best airport will be Tallahassee or Panama City Airport (hour drive to the fishing areas).
Address: 51 Ave C, Apalachicola, FL 32320
Phone: (850) 653-2191
Water Street Hotel
Address: 329 Water St, Apalachicola, FL 32320
Phone: (850) 653-3700
Coombs House Inn
Address: 80 6th St, Apalachicola, FL 32320
Phone: (850) 653-9199
Address: 249 US-98, Apalachicola, FL 32320
Phone: (850) 653-9131
If you prefer to be closer to the beach you can rent a house or book here: