Key Largo Fishing Charters

Tarpon, Trout, Snook, Sharks, Redfish, and more with Reel Chaos Charters!

We love fishing with kids! Our charters are kid friendly. If you browse through our photos you will see lots of happy kids with their fish. Nothing makes Capt. Mitch happier than sharing his love of fishing and helping to shape the new generation of anglers! So bring your children!

Key Largo Fishing Charters with Capt. Mitch

 

Fishing in the Backcountry and the flats in the waters of Key Largo, Florida is one of the best experiences you will ever have with light tackle fishing.  Captain Mitch Mitchell has been fishing the flats and backcountry waters of Key Largo for his whole life. Not only is Capt. Mitch a Licensed and Insured Master Captain, he is also a licensed Everglades National Park Fishing Guide.  We fish the waters of the Upper Florida Keys, including Tavernier and Islamorada, and up the West Coast of Florida all the way to East Cape. The waters here in the Key Largo Backcountry are filled with some of the best sport fish in the world. Tarpon, bonefish, permit, snook, redfish, and even sharks are just a few of the many fish that make the Key Largo backcountry a destination that every angler should experience.

Captain Mitch is dedicated to bringing you the most fast paced and exciting backcountry fishing in the Upper Keys.  Our Key Largo Fishing Charters regularly take you through the Florida Bay, Everglades National Park, Flamingo, and Biscayne Bay.  Don’t forget your camera!  

 

The waters and areas where he will take you fishing are filled with many different types of wildlife. It’s not unusual to see bald eagles, brown and white pelicans, osprey, and spoonbills. In addition to the fish that you will catch you might even get lucky enough to see or even have some dolphins swim by the boat and maybe even a see a saltwater crocodile or manatee.  Again, don’t forget your camera!

If you want a Florida fishing guide that can make your backcountry fishing charter one to remember than Capt. Mitch is the one to call.

 

7/26/14 - Wow to say the bite is on would be an understatmemt. We have had an incredible 2 weeks of fishingHere are a few pictures.



 

 

 

 

So NO to BananasCaptain Mitch isn't generally a supersticious man, but he does ask that you leave your bananas at home. Over the years he has learned that a banana aboard the boat means that they fish just aren't going to bite. So bananas are contraband!