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Peter Greenan’s Gypsy Guide Service

  • Placida, Florida 33946
  • Vendor Type: Guides, Charters / Boats
  • Fishing Type: Saltwater
  • Fishing Style: Fly Fishing, Spin / Bait Casting, Sport Fishing
  • Targets: Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Cobia
  • Amenities: IFFF Master Flycasting Instructor, tackle, license, and drinks included
  • Phone: (941) 232-2960
  • Website: www.floridaflyfishing.com

Description

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 Red122any time of year.

Fish the famous destinations of Boca Grande; Bull Bay, Turtle Bay, Pine Island Sound and Cape Haze. After a day of fishing enjoy gorgeous beaches, beautiful sunsets, and the fine restaurants of Gasparilla Island, a seven mile long barrier island about 35 miles south of Sarasota.

Cooler weather means hot action in the Everglades. The ‘Glades offers an unlimited array of targets in the most beautiful area in Florida. Special trips are based in Everglades City only an hour from Miami or Ft. Myers. Fish for snook, redfish and tarpon in the deep back country or along undisturbed beaches. This may be the last unspoiled area in Florida. Schedule a two or three day adventure with me in the 10,000 Islands of the Everglades.

Sarasota has long been a destination for tourists seeking the finest beaches in the world. Before that reputation, Sarasota was known as the home of the worlds first tarpon tournament and a terrific fishing location. Nothing has changed. Outstanding fishing for snook, redfish, pompano, tarpon, cobia and more is still found every day along the 50 mile shores of Sarasota. All this plus convenient, great on water restaurants and gorgeous water can be yours when you fish with me in Sarasota.

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The Fish

Let Capt. Pete take you to the wilds of southwest Florida for the best saltwater flyfishing and spinfishing in the country. Fish over the pristine flats of a national wildlife refuge. Tailing redfish, wiley snook and tackle busting tarpon are the targets, but hard fighting jack crevalle and bulldog cobia roam the area all year long. The Charlotte Harbor area (which includes Boca Grande, Gasparilla Island, Punta Gorda, etc.) has over 100 square miles of uninhabited estuary teeming with fish, manatees and dolphin, and hosting hundreds of exotic birds. A great place for a fishing charter.

Jumping tarpon hooked on fly rod in Boca Grande, FL

Fish the famous destinations of Boca Grande; Bull Bay, Turtle Bay, Pine Island Sound and Cape Haze. After a day of fishing enjoy georgeous beaches, beautiful sunsets, and the fine restaurants of Gasparilla Island, a seven mile long barrier island about 35 miles south of Sarasota.

Cooler weather means hot action in the Everglades. The ‘Glades offers an unlimited array of targets in the most beautiful area in Florida. Special trips are based in Everglades City only an hour from Miami or Ft. Myers. Fish for snook, redfish and tarpon in the deep back country or along undisturbed beaches. This may be the last unspoiled area in Florida. Schedule a two or three day adventure with me in the 10,000 Islands of the Everglades.

Sarasota has long been a destination for tourists seeking the finest beaches in the world. Before that reputation, Sarasota was known as the home of the worlds first tarpon tournament and a terrific fishing location. Nothing has changed. Outstanding fishing for snook, redfish, pompano, tarpon, cobia and more is still found every day along the 50 mile shores of Sarasota. All this plus convienients, great on water restaurants and gorgeous water can be yours when you fish with me in Sarasota.


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