EVERGLADES FISHING WITH
CAPTAIN COREY MAC CHARTERS

Fish the Everglades National Park and 10,000 Islands with a REEL Native guide specializing in backcountry, nearshore and offshore charters. This area is one of the TOP destinations for world-class fishing including snook, tarpon, redfish, permit and cobia, to name a few, famous for their fighting ability.  From the dense mangroves, brackish water rivers, saltwater flats and outside points to the Gulf of Mexico, Captain Corey Mac will navigate you to the very best and most remote fishing holes this area has to offer. Being the only guide located at the Southern most tip of Chokoloskee Island; leaving from his private dock gives you the BEST access to the Everglades and 10,000 Islands. USCG licensed and insured,  using only top of the line fishing equipment with quantum reels, fishing a 21' Hewes  Redfisher with a 250 Yamaha. 



Fish you can expect to Catch:

Backwater and Nearshore: Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Sea Trout Pompano, Snapper, Jack Crevale and Ladyfish

Offshore: Permit,Tarpon, Grouper, King Mackerel, Shark, Snapper, Goliath Grouper, Cobia, Barracuda and Trippletail

BOOK your trip with a REEL Native Guide TODAY!!!

239-719-0079



EXPERIENCE THE EVERGLADES
Beyond the concrete buildings and asphalt roads there is another world awaiting you, better known as Florida's Last Frontier. The Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States and is over 1.5 million acres in size. There are over 40 species of mammals, over 360 species of birds and over 50 species of reptiles. So, if you want to get away and relax this is the place for you. Everglades City is a small fishing village located on the Northwest boundary of the Everglades National Park, also known as the capital for the Florida Stone Crab, a delicacy you won't want to miss while visiting the area. Located just 45 minutes from Naples and only 90 minutes from 3 major airports in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Ft. Myers.

Captain Corey McMillin
Chokoloskee Florida
239-719-0079


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