Bamboo Charters runs year-round fishing trips out of Islamorada. You will be exploring the flats, backcountry waters and inshore waterways, scouting around for Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Sharks, Cobia, Mackerel. The crew is there to accommodate to anglers of all levels of expertise and they offer a variety of packages to choose from. From family with kids on a vacation to seasoned anglers wishing to land Tarpon, Bamboo Charters has exactly what you need.
At the helm of Bamboo Charters is Captain Matt Bellinger. He is an experienced captain who simply loves what he does. He aims to make his fishing trips memorable and enjoyable. With Bamboo Chartres, it’s not just about getting the fish, but about the art of fishing.
You will be fishing from a 24’ Ranger boat that can take up to four anglers. The boat is powered by a 250 HP Mercury engine and can give you a fast ride. The boat is equipped with the navigational gear, and stores the required safety equipment. She is fit to get around the shallow waters and bring you close to the fish that hide inshore.
The trips prove productive year round. There are some peak seasons, such as Tarpon in summer, but overall, you place a safe bet any time you fish Islamorada. The crew will provide all the fishing gear, as well as lures and bait. You need to bring a cap, sunblock, sunglasses, food, snacks, and drinks of choice, as well as a camera.
Luckily enough, Bamboo Charters has several other boats in their fleet. Just scroll down and click on Captain Matt’s name to see available spots. If you want a nice add-on to your vacation, Bamboo Charters is the right address.
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About this listing
Ranger Boats (Ski and wakeboard) originally built in 2014. Powered by a 250HP Mercury Marine engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 44 knots.
Types of Fishing
Islamorada Fishing Calendar
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