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Islamorada Islamorada is known as the “Sportfishing Capital of the World” and boasts that it  has the larger fishing fleet per square mile than anywhere else in the world.

You can do it all here in Islamorada.   Islamorada’s great location to deep and shallow water between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic ocean makes it the epicenter for all types of fishing and is the reason for some many world records.

Run to Flamingo and catch Redfish and Snook or head west to Sprigger Bank and catch Mackerel and Cobia.  Snapper and Grouper fishing is incredible in Islamorada as well!

How about Flats fishing? Islamorada is known to have, pound for pound, the largest Bonefish species in the world.  Head out with an iOutdoor flats guide to the “downtown flats” and trick one of these frenetic drag screamers. Then head to deeper water and catch a migrating Tarpon in 5 feet of water. Don’t forget to sling a crab to the Permit just beneath the boat and complete your Grand Slam- the HOLLY GRAIL of inshore fishing.

Thinking about Offshore?  Head out in search of Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Dolphin and Tuna. Want Tuna?  Jump on board with one of iOutdoor’s Captains and run to the “Islamorada Humps” for rod bending action.  Here the current rips over the humps and creates an upwelling that holds tons of bait…That means LOTS OF FISH!

What to bring

What to bring Islamorada When spending multiple hours in the outdoors, it is best to be prepared! Dress in layers, wear light colored clothing- preferably long sleeved to protect from the sun. Bring Sunscreen- nothing ruins a trip faster than a bad sunburn! A wide brimmed hat helps shield your face and keep you cool. Wear comfortable shoes with non-scuff soles (tennis shoes are perfect) Polarized sunglasses, light jacket, rain jacket, sea sickness medicine are all things you may consider taking on your charter. Don’t forget to bring the camera or video recorder! You will also need to bring your own food and beverages. iOutdoor makes it easy for you- We have a wonderful catering service! Let us do the work, and have a full cooler waiting for you!

Why iOutdoor?

Why iOutdoor? Islamorada Our Captains and Crews are driven to provide you the best and most successful Islamorada fishing experience. First and foremost, safety is of utmost importance. All of our Captains are Coast Guard Certified; and are selected based on their fishing success, safety at sea and condition of boat and equipment. Our Islamorada fishing charters will have all the fishing tackle, bait and gear required catch the trophy fish you want. Make the call to iOutdoor NOW!

Sea Sickness Policy

Sea Sickness Policy Islamorada Even though you may not be roughing the deep seas- some anglers can still suffer from sea sickness on a flats adventure. If you feel you would be or are prone to sea sickness, take the necessary precautions.
iOutdoor has noticed that taking your sea sickness medicine is best before the launch. It typically has little or no effect once you are already feeling sea sick.


Reservations Islamorada

You have two ways of reservering a trips with iOutdoor.
Choose any of the BOOK NOW buttons on the site or simply call +1 (888) 412-1117
and talk with one of our reservation anglers. iOutdoor requires a small deposit of $50 at time of your reservation. If you must change or cancel your reservation, it must be done 24 hours prior to departure date.

1. If iOutdoor is forced to cancel a trip for any reason, a 100% refund will be made if another date cannot be arranged to your satisfaction.

2. iOutdoor can provide complete package trips with accommodations or recommend hotels/motels.

3. Tips are appreciated and are a very real part of the income of the crew. 15%-20% is typical for excellent service.

4. iOutdoor will clean, fillet and package the fish at NO additional charge, but be sure to check that this is not offered on all charters because of state laws.

Call us at +1 (888) 412-1117 and let’s start fishing!
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