The Florida Keys is a world class fishing destination. Situated between Everglades National Park on the bayside, and vast, crystal clear grass flats on the oceanside, the islands of Islamorada and Key Largo offer unsurpassed opportunities to catch the fish of a lifetime. The majority of our fishing takes place in national parks and protected marine reserves. Bonefish, Permit, and Tarpon, the "big three" of flats gamefish, can all be caught here year round. Indeed, nowhere else in the world offers a better chance at a flats slam-catching all three species in a single day. We also have a phenomenal Redfish and Snook fishery in Everglades National Park.

I am a patient, hardworking, and knowledgable fishing guide. I love to teach beginners as well as guide avid fishermen. I promise to work my hardest to show you an extraordinary day of flats fishing.

-Capt. Augie


A half day is four hours long, a full day is eight hours. My flats boat can accommodate up to two anglers. All fishing is catch and release. I will provide tackle, bait or flies, and all necessary fishing licenses. You should bring drinks, a lunch, and snacks for the trip. A quality pair of polarized fishing glasses, preferably with amber, bronze, or vermillion tinted lenses, is mandatory to help spotting fish. Full cover clothing is recommended for sun protection.

A note about flats fishing: To get the full experience and enhance your chances of success, I would recommend at least one full day of fishing. It is not uncommon for more experienced anglers to book several days of fishing during their trip, especially during tarpon season or when targeting a specific game fish.

Half Day (4 hours) $450/ Full Day (8 hours) $700

Where to reel us in

Whether you’re interested in going flats fishing or offshore and reef fishing, I can accommodate you. If you can’t find what you are looking for here, or would like to talk to me in person, please give me a call anytime!

Captain Augie Moss
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(305) 587-4577

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For Flats fishing, we will fish anywhere between Biscayne Bay to the North and Islamorada to the South. We will make a plan the day before we fish.

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