Bud n' Mary's Fishing Marina
Waters We Fish: Atlantic Ocean, Everglades National Park, Gulf of Mexico, Florida Bay
Types of Fishing: Wreck, Trolling, Tournament, Swordfishing, Big Game, Back Country, Inshore, Fly Fishing, Flats, Deep Sea, Deep Dropping, Bottom, Saltwater, Reef, Offshore, Night, Live Bait, Light Tackle, Kite
Saltwater Target Species: Wahoo, Tuna, Trout, Tarpon, Swordfish, Snook, Snapper, Sheephead, Shark, Sailfish, Redfish, Pompano, Marlin, Ladyfish, Kingfish, Jack, Hogfish, Grouper, Flounder, Dolphin, Cobia, Cero Mackerel, Catfish, Bonito, Bonefish, Bluefish, Black Drum, Barracuda, Amberjack, African Pompano

Bud n' Mary's Fishing Marina is home to over 40 professional offshore, backcountry, and party Islamorada fishing boat captains! We also offer lodging, boat rental, diving/snorkeling, and deli on site! Since 1944! Full day fishing on our party fishing boat, Miss Islamorada, starts at $65.00 per person. Backcountry charters for 1 or 2 start at $375.00 a half day, or $550.00 full day. Offshore charters start at $650.00 a half day for 4 people, and range up to $1400.00 for a full day, for up to 6 people. Lodging starts at $120.00 plus tax a night. Boat rentals start at $150.00 a a half day.

Recent Reports:

December florida keys fishing 2014 (2014-12-06 15:32:21)

[Islamorada,FL] Things are cooling down here in Islamorada, Florida Keys. Winter time fishing however is heating up. Reds, specs, snook, sheepshead, mackerel, hogfish, and more!

November fishing florida keys (2012-12-05 10:49:56)

[Islamorada,FL] snook, reds, and more! Winter time is here, water is cooling, and fish are stacking up. Fishing the canals!

Islamorada Florida Keys Fishing in July (2012-08-05 15:54:16)

[Islamorada,FL] Lots of permit. Tarpon too. And goliath

30 lb black drum in Islamorada, FL! (2012-01-21 15:56:53)

[Islamorada,FL] John caught a monster black drum on light tackle! 30 lb world class fish! Also caught reds, trout, and more!

October Backcountry Florida Keys Fishing Report (2011-10-15 16:23:21)

[Islamorada,FL] Fall mullet run is pushing tarpon through! Redfish and drum in the backcountry starting to move into deeper channels. Mackerels starting to show up in gulf!

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