5 Fishing and Boating

For Fishing People: PLEASE SEE OUR MANY GUEST REVIEWS for the best descriptions of what to expect at Anglers 140! Once you reserve your vacation with us, we will send you our “Fishing Portfolio” and instructions so you or your kids to catch a fish dinner right at Anglers, as well as suggestions for guides, charters, and other places to fish!

Islamorada is synonymous with great fishing – gulf, backcountry or ocean. There are plenty of guides, charters, ‘head boats’ and boat rentals. You can also try for tarpon, permit, snook, spanish mackerel & more at nearby bridges or the many other access points. Right at the Anglers property you can catch mangrove snapper, ladyfish, jack crevalle, moonfish, grunts, mullet & barracuda depending on season – just bring a light rod or two (Basic fishing instructions at the house – detailed instructions will be emailed!)

You’ll see the flats guides poling for bonefish just off the Anglers Reef beach! If you don’t bring your own boat or charter with a guide, you can rent a kayak, launch from the beach, and try your luck fishing right out front for bonefish, permit, tarpon, sharks & barracuda. Or check out the mangroves near the Snake Creek bridge (be careful of the strong tides by the bridge) for snapper, grouper, ‘cuda & snook!

For ‘non-fishing people’ click here.

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