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Miami Fly Fishing at its best. Fly fishing is all I do.

Miami Fly fishing: tarpon on fly with Capt. Dave Hunt Miami fly fishing is a unique experience: one that won't soon be forgotten. Do you find your mind wandering at work, or are planning your next vacation - perhaps want to squeeze in a little fly fishing while in Miami for work?

Are you dreaming of standing on the bow of a flats boat, fly rod in hand, ghosting over crystal clear flats, getting ready to cast to a bonefish, tarpon or permit, or fly fish Everglades National Park for tarpon, snook or redfish? If so, you've come to the right place. I'm Capt. Dave Hunt - and the only trips I offer are fly fishing. No spinning rods, no bait. Give me a call or send me an email and let's go fly fish Miami's Biscayne Bay or Everglades National Park. What are you waiting for?

Fly fishing in Miami is unique. You never know what you might see - not only is there a wide variety of fish but also an amazing array of sea and bird life. We'll have many options depending in the tides and the weather. Check out more about Miami fly fishing options by clicking here. Check out the article in the UK Magazine Trout Fisherman by clicking hereKantner Steve .

4/5/2019: Wild River Press announces latest book by a fly fishing legend, author and friend, Steve Kantner:

Landmark New Book is the First and Largest in Scope to Focus on Women in the Sport of Fishing Today: Fifty Women Who Fish by Steve Kantner is a gorgeous hardcover production of more than 300 pages illustrated with hundreds of  original color photos.

For two years the author interviewed a sweeping range of devoted female anglers, age 20 to 90, from the Florida Keys to Alaska ... In vivid and engaging profiles, they talk about what draws them to waters far and wide, large and small. Their fishing is a deep passion and lifestyle. To get more information or to order the book go to www.whywomenfish.com (and you might just read a little something about me and my wife).


 
 
 

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