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With a lifetime of fishing experience growing up in Florida, I established an understanding of the local waters. As a young boy I found a passion for fishing in the local ponds and lakes in South Florida for large mouth and peacock bass. As the years went by snook and tarpon became my main target on the shallow flat's of South Florida. Moving to the Space Coast I found paradise. The waters around Titusville and Cocoa Beach have some of the world's best inshore fishing for redfish, trout, snook, and tarpon. After countless hours on the lagoons I acquired the skills and patience to target big fish on light tackle with my clients. I have been a fulltime fFishing Guide for the past five years on the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon. As a fulltime Captain I have guided many clients of all skill levels to trophy fish on the Space Coast. Whether it's sight fishing for big redfish and trout on the shallow water flats, or working a top water plug down a mangrove line for big snook and tarpon. I know where these fish like to hide. When I am not guiding I am constantly looking for new fishing areas and learning about fish patterns and behaviors.

 

I run a custom built 16 foot flat's skiff with a 60 HP evinrude E-Tec outboard engine. This flats skiff is able to reach the skinniest waters of the Mosquito lagoon, floating in as little as four inches of water, while cutting the chop off of the near shore waters. The shallow draft on the boat allows us access to the shallow waters necessary to effectively sight fish for redfish, snook, trout, and tarpon. The boat holds up to two passengers and myself comfortably. The skiff is Coast Guard Equipped and loaded with everything you need to get you there and back in comfort--quickly, dry, and most importantly, safely. Anglers first notice the large casting deck, and stability of the skiff. The boat was designed with comfort, speed and safety in mind. It draws very little water, has 360� of fishing room and has no problems getting you into those extremely shallow "skinny water" flats where the "big girls" hide.