26 years of Expert Guiding in South Florida!

Without question the most experienced guide service in Southern Florida. Our expertise is in light tackle using artificial baits including fly rods, spin tackle and baitcasting equipment. I was born in Miami, and have fished the canals of South Florida for more than 50 years.
I have done more than 50 TV shows including Shaw Grigsby's One More Cast, Animal Planet's River Monsters, LL Beans fly fishing, Fly Fishing America, Rick Murphy's Sportsman Adventure, Blair Wiggin's  Addictive Fishing and many more. 

The travel business started outside of Florida in 1997 and has now run over 100 trips into the Amazon jungle throughout South America, chasing Giant Peacock Bass, Giant Wolfish, Monster Payara, Golden Dorado, Giant Catfish and many more species. I know the in's and out's of travel in South America.

As a Florida native and lifetime resident, I have fished the local canals of South Florida for more than 50 years. My first fishing love in Florida was with Largemouth Bass and I participated in many Professional Bass Tournaments during the 1980's through the mid 1990's.

Peacock Bass were first introduced into the canals of South Florida in 1984 and I caught my first Peacock Bass in 1987. Ever since that time, I was hooked! I couldn't get enough of these exciting fish and worked hard to learn as much as possible about their life, their habitat, their breeding habits and, of course, their feeding habits! I started guiding for Peacock Bass in 1989 and devoted my interests to full-time guiding in 1991.

I specialize in catching Peacock Bass with artificial baits on baitcasting, spinning and fly fishing tackle. Although catching Peacock Bass is the main focus, we also catch Oscars, Jaguar Gaupote, Red Midas, Mayans, Black Acara, Spotted Tilapia, Mozambique, Snakeheads and a few other odd species along with Largemouth Bass, Tarpon, Snook, Jacks and Ladyfish. I fish for peacock bass in more than a dozen South Florida water systems. This allows me to change fishing techniques and locations in response to weather patterns and the Peacock's own habits so that I can adjust to find fish year-round.

In recent years, I have expanded my fishing service to include exciting trips to fish for Peacock Bass in the Amazon Jungle, their native habitat! There it is not uncommon to battle a monster Peacock Bass of 20 pounds or more! I take several trips to South America during the year to fish for the largest Peacock Bass in the world and have also added trips to areas such as Costa Rica, Panama, Suriname, Venezuela, Argentina, Uruguay, Canada, and Alaska to fish for many other species.