I have done a little bit of everything in my fishing charter career. I’ve written articles on Tarpon fishing, successfully competed in many inshore and offshore tournaments, filmed a number of shows with ESPN. The part of my fishing charter career I’m most proud of however, are the testimonials of clients who gave me the opportunity to take them fishing, and the memories I helped create with them.

When you hire me for a day of fishing you are getting one of the most versatile fishing guides in South Florida. If you are flexible, looking to catch fish and have lots of fun…you have found the right fishing guide!

If I had to choose one type of fishing I specialize most in, it would have to be Tarpon fishing. Unfortunately, Mother Nature doesn’t always cooperate…or the Tarpon. That’s where being versatile comes in. I do everything from fishing in the bay, deep sea fishing for Sailfish, to Bass fishing in the Everglades. If I am unavailable for a particular date, I would happily recommend another fishing charter to accommodate you. It may seem like there are a ton of fishing charters to choose from, but there are only a few that do it for a living. These are the fishing charters you want to be out with.

Thanks for a great time. Watching Caleb catch the 50″ Mahi was fantastic. If I am ever in the South Florida area I will look you up for another fishing trip. Again, thanks for a great trip.

Mark Sneed

Gavet, I got back and that was a fishing trip of many firsts for me. I landed my first tarpon & cobia & shark sucker. Ace liked Steve and feels he as a in with his Lebanese blood. I have sent pictures of Ace and his tarpon and my snook. If you want any more email me


It was a great fishing trip. Thanks to you and Steve. See you next year.

Frank Maloney

Hey Gavet, its Rick Farmer following up on a promise I made to you when I left earlier this spring. My dad, Bill and I were looking to book a fishing trip with you for the summer. You had told us about the great dolphin, permit, and night snook fishing, and well, we are very intrigued. (Not to mention the world class fishing guide of course) Anyway, we were looking at the possibility of going out Saturday July 2nd and Sunday July 3rd. Now, I’m not a Florida fishing expert like yourself, but I can imagine that it gets pretty hot around that time of year. If memory serves me correct, I think you mentioned going out fishing early in the morning and then possibly late at night for some snook. Please e-mail either me or my dad concerning booking and specifics. Thanks so much and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Rick Farmer