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It is rumored that Islamorada is home to a larger fishing fleet per square mile than anywhere else in the world so it’s only natural that islanders stake their claim to the nickname “Sport Fishing Capital of the World.” This tropical paradise has the largest charter fleet available anywhere for both backcountry and deep-sea excursions. Islamorada's fishing grounds are unparalleled in the world. Here, world-class captains leave right from the docks of our Florida Keys marina.
Whether you’re an experienced angler or baiting your first hook, our captains can take you anywhere—from the Atlantic shoreline to the mangrove-lined bays and canals of the Everglades—in search of a trophy-worthy fish including dolphin, yellowtail, bonefish, redfish, tarpon, and sea trout. From deep-sea fishing to fly-fishing, we know these waters well.
Our experienced guides know exactly where to take their clients for the best backcountry fishing in lslamorada and the Everglades. Backcountry poling skiffs (2 anglers max) and bay boats (4 anglers max) stick close to shore and are ideal for catching bonefish, tarpon, trout, snook, and redfish. Whether fishing a 4, 6, or 8 hour trip, backcountry fishing allows for constant action all year long! Evening shark and tarpon options also available.MEET THE FLEET
If your heart skips a beat when you hear the words “Fish on!” you must experience the thrill of reeling in mahi, grouper, snapper, sailfish, marlin, tuna and more. Offshore fishing in Islamorada provides unrivaled angling opportunities for guests.MEET THE FLEET
Abel’s Tackle Box has been keeping Islamorada boaters and fishermen supplied with all the essentials for a perfect day at sea for more than 50 years.LEARN MORE
Whether you choose to stay at Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina or one of our sister resorts in Islamorada, visit and explore the unique amenities, events, and restaurants at each property. Guests enjoy free shuttle service between each resort as well as nearby Florida Keys attractions within a four-mile radius.