Florida Backcountry Fishing welcomes you aboard for an awesome day in the Floridian sun. Every trip is tailored to what you want to do, with a wide range of techniques and habitats to choose from and an experienced captain to put you on them all.
You will be spending the day aboard a 21’ Wahoo bay boat, capable of hitting 40 knots and carrying 6 guests out in search of big fish and great times! She has a livewell to keep your bait fresh, a full range of marine electronics to track down the best fish, and quality Penn and Okuma tackle to bring them in.
Florida Backcountry Fishing specializes in fishing shallow grass flats and island coves for Snook, Redfish, Trout, Tarpon, Bonefish and more in the unspoiled waters of Biscayne Bay, the Upper Keys, Flamingo, Florida Bay and Ten Thousand Islands.
If you’re up for something a bit bigger, why not drop your baits for tasty Grouper, Snapper, and other awesome bottom-dwellers? And if that’s not enough, you can always head nearshore to battle big game species like Mahi Mahi and Sailfish - These guys do it all!
Not really interested in fishing? Just here to enjoy Florida’s stunning waters and beaches? Jump aboard for a day hopping islands and sandbars. You can visit some of the most beautiful spots in the state, swim and sunbathe on remote beaches, and take in the sights the best way possible - from the water!
Captain Clyde offers all this and more on his awesome range of charters. His aim on every trip is to make things as simple and easy as possible while giving you complete control and flexibility as to how you spend your day. In short, his aim is to give you the perfect day on the water, whatever that means to you.
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Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Wahoo (Bay boat) originally built in 1997. Powered by a 150HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.
Types of Fishing
Islamorada Fishing Calendar
It was a choppy ride getting out today, but my guests were all about the fishing! It took some hunting but we found where the trout were hanging out, then the snook. It was worth the ride. Read Full Report →