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.

Today’s Fishing Report


When we left my dock today, we decided to head down to lostsman’s river to fish for snook and reds. On the way down to the river, we ran into a big school of black drums, that provided us with some great action! After catching several fish, up to 25 lbs, we finally made to the river. The snook and redfish kept us busy for the rest of the day . Don’t miss out on some great fishing! Give me a call, and let’s go catch some fish!

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If your in ft myers this weekend head down to the beach and check out the ft myers beach shrimp festival  you will have a great time

Great Day Of Fishing


While we were snook and redfishing, we had a nice surprise when a tarpon hit a live shrimp under a popping cork! After giving us a great fight, we took some pictures and released him, unharmed . The weather  in the Everglades has been great, and with the water temps in the upper 70′s, the fish have been on the bite . Give me a call, and let me get you out on the water for a great day of fishing!

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Snook Season Opens


This is just one, of several nice snook we caught today south of Everglades City. With the water temps moving back Into the mid 70′s, the snook fishing should remain good. Snook season opens march 1st, so don’t miss out on some great fishing! Give me a call, and let’s get out on the water and catch some fish!

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Everglades Fishing Report


With the weather in the Everglades still being on the cold side, we headed north of Everglades City, to fish the west pass area . The first spot we stopped at was a mangrove island, that when at high tide, can hold a lot of redfish. After anchoring the boat, it didn’t take long before we landed a nice 10 lb redfish, that hit on a riptide shrimp jig. We caught several more beautiful redfish, then we decided to head toward a deep creek. While at the creek, we caught a mix of sheepshead and  trout . The weather is due to start warming up next week, so if you would like to get out on the water, and catch some fish give me a call!

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Despite The Cold Weather The Fishing Remains Good



With A major cold front has been moving through the everglades, dropping the morning temps into the low 40′s. Today,  we decided to head deep into the backcountry and fish the deep creeks where the water is warmer . We arrived at the first spot and it didn’t take long before we were hooked with a nice size redfish, that couldn’t resist  a riptide jig tip with a piece of shrimp. As  the rest of the morning went on, we scored with a nice mix of  fish that included trout , sheepshead , black drum , gag grouper and a nice Goliath grouper . Despite the cold weather, the fishing in the Everglades was good, providing us with some nice sized fish . If you would like to get out on the water and get into some great action, give me a call!

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Capt Glenn 239-280-9085

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