Fishing & Marinas - Marinas/Bait & Tackle
Nicknamed the Sportfishing Capital of the World, Islamorada’s ocean and shallow bays teem with pelagic and prized gamefish every day of the year. Internationally-known anglers visit Islamorada to test their skills as they hunt for sailfish, swordfish, marlin, bonefish, permit, redfish, tarpon and trout, among other species.
Islamorada charters offer talented and knowledgeable captains and guides who day after day put hopeful anglers in the best possible situations to catch fish. Whether competing in a tournament or seeking a family fun day of fishing, there is an Islamorada captain and charterboat ready to make your Islamorada fishing days the best they can be.
Spend some time fishing among the mangrove islands and shallow seagrass flats in the backcountry guided by Islamorada charterboat captains and learn why Islamorada is nicknamed the Sportfishing Capital of the World. Explore Florida Bay with some of the best fishing guides the Florida Keys have to offer. Bonefish, permit, redfish, tarpon and trout are among the stalk-able species available by spin or fly fishing. Islamorada’s knowledgeable guides and polarized sunglasses will have you seeing fish in no time.
Explore the Gulfstream, natural undersea ledges and coral reefs of the Atlantic Ocean with some of the best charterboat captains and fishing action the Florida Keys have to offer. Fulfill that dream of deep sea fishing with some exhilarating catching of dolphin, wahoo, tuna and billfish. In addition to some great charterboat fishing in Islamorada, a delicious, fresh-caught dinner could be the reward.
Islamorada Marinas, Bait & Tackle
From the northernmost entrance of Islamorada at Tavernier Creek Bridge to the southernmost mile marker near Caloosa Cove, a marina in Islamorada, the Village of Islands, is never far away. Plentiful marinas offer boat repair services, detailing, storage, a ship’s store, ice, food and beverages, and more, including fishing gear and bait. Helpful hints regarding the latest size restrictions among species, catch and release, and laws surrounding the harvest of stone crabs or spiny lobster are available. Employees at Islamorada marinas and bait and tackle shops know a good day out on the water beats almost any day indoors.