Fly Fishing

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Fly Fishing

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Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing Fly fishing in Florida has more target species for Fly Fishing than any other place in the US! Whether you are looking for salt water, brackish or fresh water species, Florida offers unlimited opportunities for the fly fisherman! Wading, flatboats, canoe, kayak, and shore fishing are all strategic ways to Fly Fish in one of Florida’s many bodies of water. Mosquito Lagoon (noted species include: Reds, Trout, Snook and Tarpon) is a fly fisherman’s dream destination! Florida’s Off Shore ocean fly fishing is unparalleled with many species for fly fishing: Sailfish, Dolphin, Tarpon and Spanish and King Mackerel. With thousands of miles of shoreline; there are countless oyster and sea grass beds that attract an abundance of species of salt water fish including: the Snook, Redfish, Spotted Sea Trout, and Tarpon. These species are four of the states most sought after game fish.

Book your Fly Fishing trip now with iOutdoor at +1 (888) 412-1117 for your chance at a grand slam; catching one individual of each species in one day!

What to bring

Fly Fishing 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?

Fly Fishing iOutdoor Crews are driven to provide you the best and most successful Fly fishing experience. First and foremost, safety is of utmost importance. All of our Guides are professional, experienced, and Coast Guard Certified if necessary. Crews are selected based on their fishing success, safety at sea and condition of boat and equipment. Our Fly fishing charters will have all the fishing tackle, bait and gear required catch the trophy fish you want. If you have a special lure or fishing rod you would like to use, let us know; iOutdoor will work with the Captain to accommodate if possible. A Florida fishing license(s) are included in the price. We want your trip to be a safe, successful, and exciting adventure that you will enjoy telling your friends and family about -with the pictures to prove it! Get your Fly Fishing adventure started NOW! Simply fill out the form on this page or call 1-888-412-1117. iOutdoor friendly and knowledgeable staff will answer any questions you may have; including: where to stay if overnight is necessary, what fishing areas will yield the results you are looking for, appropriate boat size, etc. Whatever your needs may be, iOutdoor will make it happen!

Reservations

Fly Fishing Reservations

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 planning your Offshore fishing!
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