Welcome to Fishing The Everglades

Everglades Fishing ChartersHi, Capt Glenn here… The Florida Everglades is one of the top fishing destinations in the world. I’ve spent my life fishing here and I know it like the back of my hand. I’m a full time fishing guide and would enjoy taking you on the fishing adventure of your lifetime. We’ll travel through a maze of Mangrove islands and sheltered waters that produce spectacular, fast paced fishing action. From beginner to seasoned angler Everglades fishing is an unforgettable fishing charter experience.

I specialize in inshore fishing charters for Tarpon, Snook and Redfish along the Gulf of Mexico in Everglades National Park.

I guide out of a Maverick flats boat, powered by a quiet Mercury 4-stroke outboard, with comfortable seating for 1-3 anglers. It’s perfect for a variety of light tackle fishing techniques that incorporate live bait fishing, as well as using artificial lures or even fly fishing.

Please call or email and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have in regards to booking your Everglades fishing adventure.

Look forward to “Fishing the Everglades” with you !

Captain Glenn

Everglades Snook Fishing

Snook from Everglades Fishing Charter in Everglades National ParkHaving a year-round fishery has its benefits… Especially when it comes to fishing for Snook.

This prized game-fish frequents the quiet back bays of The Everglades during the cooler months of the year.

We caught (and released) this monster Snook while fly fishing one of the shallow clear bays of The Wilderness Waterway in Everglades National Park.

Everglades Fishing Report


imageThe fishing in the Everglades today was great. We had plenty of non stop action! When we left my dock,we headed offshore to catch some   bait.  After we netted our bait, we saw 2 nice permit tailing in the calm water. After making a great cast, using an imitation shrimp, we were hooked up. After a 20 minute fight, we landed and released the 25 lb permit , unharmed  .  Later on in the morning, we went to a spot where the snook and redfish have been hanging out. We anchored up and casted out a live pilchard on a popping cork. Before we knew it, the snook and redfish stared to bite! We caught several beautiful fish up to 12 lbs. Don’t  miss out on some great September fishing! Give me a call, and let me get you out on the water and into the fish!

Thanks for visiting my website!

Capt Glenn 239-280-9085

If your in naples this is weekend head down to the  naples bay front plaza and check out the take a  soldier fishing tournament weigh in,  there will be a lot of good food and entertainment

Just in from a customer…

imageGlenn, I wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed fishing with you last week! We enjoyed your company, and expertise; and will be booking another trip next month. Thanks again! -Mark James

Snook Season Is Here



This week is the opening of  snook season. The live pilchards are starting to show up for us to use for bait, which means the snook will be biting this month! When we left my dock this morning, we headed to a beach front that had some blown down trees, that the snook love to hang around . After anchoring up, and casting out a live pilchard for bait, we were hooked up with a snook that measured in at 27 inches. As the morning went on, we scored with serval more snook that were in the 24 – 27 inch range. We scored big time with one snook that was 30 inches! This snook would be going on my clients grill for dinner tonight . After the snook fishing slowed up, we headed to a trout flat. While at the trout flat we caught a good number of trout and pompano. Don’t miss out on some great September fishing action! Give me a call, and let me get you out on the water for a great day of fishing!

Thanks for visiting my website, “Fishing in the Everglades.”

Capt Glenn 239-280-9085

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Everglades Fishing Report



This weeks the fishing in the Everglades was great! We had some awesome snook action, along the beaches on the high tides. The snook we have been catching have been between 4 to 10 lbs  . The redfish have also been on the bite. This week, we have been catching a good number of redfish along the mangrove islands. The bait that has been working the best has been a live mullet, under a popping cork . The grass flats have been producing some nice trout fishing this week. A lot of the trout we’ve been catching have been between 2-5 lbs. We have also had some nice pompano mixed in with the trout. August is almost over, so don’t miss out on some great Everglades fishing! Give me a call and let go catch some fish!

Thanks for visiting my website!

Capt Glenn 239-280-9085

August Fishing Remains Red Hot



When we left my dock in Everglades City today the weather was overcast, with rain predicted later that morning. We decided it was best to fish close to the dock, so we headed over to the Lopez river, to try to catch some snook and reds . The bait we used  was live mullet, that we cast netted first thing this morning . When we arrived at the first spot, the tide was falling hard. After several minutes of soaking a bait on the bottom, the redfish started to bite! We caught several beautiful redfish up to 12 lbs.  After catching our fill of redfish, we headed to an oyster bar up river. While at the oyster bar, we caught a good number of snook, with a few nice mangrove snapper mix in. After the fish stopped biting, the thunder and lighting started to close in on us. We decided to call it a day, and headed back to Everglades City . Don’t miss out on some great fishing! Give me a call, and let me get you out on the water!

Thanks for visiting my website!

Capt Glenn 238-280-9085

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