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Welcome to Rising Tide Charters – Everglades & Miami Fishing Guide
You have come to the right place if you’re looking for a fishing experience of a lifetime. No matter if you’re a seasoned angler or a first timer, you will be blown away by the angling opportunities the Everglades has to offer. Come join me as we make our way through Everglades National Park and have the chance to catch fish you will remember forever. You simply can’t beat it…
The Everglades is a magical place and one for the adventurous angler. As you drive through the entrance of Everglades National Park, you truly step off the grid of your everyday life. Not only will you see a tremendous amount of wildlife on any given day, but the fishing is among the best saltwater fishing in the world. The Everglades is a true world class fishery and is the place to practice the art of saltwater fly fshing and light tackle sight fishing. You can fish and explore these waters for a lifetime and still make new and surprising discoveries every time you go out. What makes fishing the Everglades so special, is the diversity of the fishery. Whether casting a fly to rolling tarpon or stalking the flats for redfish and snook, it can be done year round in the Glades. There is no other place on the planet where you have a chance to catch Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Snapper, Grouper, Tripletail, Black Drum, and Black Bass all in relatively the same area.
Everglades National Park
The Everglades or as Marjory Stoneman Douglas called it the “River of Grass”, runs south from Lake Okeechobee down to Florida Bay. The park is known for its large wading birds, such as the Roseate Spoonbill, Wood Stork, Great Blue Heron, and a variety of egrets. It is not uncommon to be able see all those birds in one day, especially during the winter. It is also the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles exist side by side. Flamingo is also a world class fishing destination and many anglers all over the country come to South Florida each year just to experience what the Everglade has to offer. Whether it’s stalking the flats for tailing Redfish and Snook, or casting to a school of 100 rolling Tarpon, Flamingo gives you that chance of a lifetime.