Flats and Backcountry Fishing

Flats & Backcountry | Offshore

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Capt. Matt Pribyl

matt pribylMatt is a second generation Florida Keys fishing guide. His experience is vast; from fishing with his father as a mate at a very young age and through his lifetime of fishing and guiding experience. You can be the beneficiary of Matt's immeasurable knowledge and commitment to fly and light tackle fishing and guiding in the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park.

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Capt. Andy Putetti

andy putettiAndy is a full time Capt. living in Islamorada who guides from the Evergaldes, Key largo to Key West. Specializing in fly and light tackle, Andy is a pro, easy going and a lot of fun to fish with!

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Capt. Al Pofofsky

Capt. Al PolofskyBorn and raised in south Florida, Al developed a life-long passion for fishing at a very early age. Over the years, Al established himself as an expert fly fisherman. In 1976, Al moved to the Florida Keys to share his passion and expertise with anglers seeking a superior salt water fishing adventure. Al works with all ages and skill levels.

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Offshore Fishing

Capt. Steve Leopold

yabba dabba doo chartersWhether you are an experienced charter fishing client or this is your first offshore trip, you'll want a knowledgeable, dependable and hard-working captain who is fun to spend time with. Steve will keep you and your family comfortable and safe, and most of all, create a memorable fishing experience.

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More Info

  • Tarpon

    Fishing for Tarpon in the Florida Keys and Everglades Tarpon are considered by many anglers to be the ultimate fly Read More
  • Bonefish

    Fishing for Bonefish in the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park The Florida Keys are synomonmis with big bonefish; the Read More
  • Target Species

    Fly Fishing and Light Tackle My fishing method of choice has almost always been the fly rod... but years of Read More
  • Other Gamefish

    Other Species of Fish Found in South Florida and the Keys Bonefish, permit and tarpon may be the glamour species Read More
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