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Boca Grande Guided Flyfishing Trips
For 37 years now, Capt. Pete Greenan's Gypsy Guide Service has been guiding anglers to great fishing and enjoyment in the waters around Boca Grande, Florida. Pete guides year-round, taking anglers into the Florida gulfcoast bays and backwaters in search of Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Sea Trout, Pompano, Bluefish and many other species. From hunting Tarpon in Charlotte Harbor/Gasparilla Sound and off the beaches to fishing the mangrove islands and saltwater flats of Boca Grande, Placida and the surrounding areas, Capt. Pete will put you on the available fish species any time of year.
Fly Fishing Schools
The next flyfishing school is September 12, 2015.
The Boca Grande Fly Fishing School holds scheduled flyfishing seminars and offers private lessons to develop your skills as a flycaster and a flyfisher. Flycasting Instruction can be combined with guided float trips for "on the water" experience. Capt. Pete is FFF Master Flycasting Instructor and a member of the Federation of Flyfishers (FFF) Board of Governors Casting Instructor Certification Program. The Board helps set the guidelines for FFF certification as a flycasting instructor. The Boca Grande Flyfishing School can help you progress from novice fly angler to master flyfisher.
Three Day Fishing Packages - Your Best Value
Includes three days fishing in the Boca Grande area, four (4) nights accommodations at a nearby motel, fishing license, all tackle and flies, plus breakfast and lunch.
Motel amenities include: Efficiency with two twin beds and a pull out, color TV, swimming pool, grill, and is within walking distance of four restaurants.
Cost: $1095.00 per angler double occupancy (regularly $1195.00)
Call 941-232-2960 or Email Capt. Pete for reservations.
Location & Directions
Boca Grande is on the Southwest Gulf Coast of Florida. It encompasses Charlotte Harbor, Pine Island Sound and Gasparilla Island and is near Placida, Florida and Punta Gorda, Florida. Although famous for it's fantastic Tarpon fishing, Boca Grande also hold large numbers of Snook, Redfish, Seatrout and more. In total, there is over 75 sq. miles of grass flats, mangrove islands, channels and deep basins. The water is generally clear enough to sight cast to most species. Because the area has hundreds of mangrove islands, anglers can always find protected water to fish and usually have reasonably flat seas. Boca Grande is approximately 35 miles south of Sarasota and is easily accessed from Tampa or Ft. Myers airports. This area is one of the last remaining bastions of what Florida is noted for. Don't forget your camera!