Dirty Waters Charters
Experience the thrills of backcountry fishing & lobster charters in the Florida Keys.
Explore the beautiful Florida Everglades and the bountiful waters surrounding the Upper Florida Keys. A fishing charter with Dirty Waters Charters in Key Largo gives you an opportunity to catch some of the biggest and most challenging fish found anywhere across the nation. I'm Captain Lain Goodwin and I have the experience, expertise and patience to help you at every step. Whether this is your first fishing trip and you are looking forward to the beautiful sights as well as the world class fishing, or you are a seasoned angler looking to catch the fish of a lifetime, I will work hard to make your day a success!
Dirty Waters Charters takes you across the shallow flats' and Key's back country to target and catch the many diverse fish species that call the region home. Snook, redfish, tarpon, bonefish, permit, trout, snapper, and even sharks flourish in these waters, with opportunities for sight fishing unlike anywhere else in the world. With the best equipment and spacious boats specialized for shallow waters, you'll be ready for the toughest battles.
Dirty Waters Charters is also the only option in the area for lobster charters.
Fish the shallow flats and the backcountry of the Everglades with me and enjoy one of the most exciting fishing charters the Florida Keys has to offer.
Prices are based on 2 people, please add $50-$100 for an additional person.
Cancellation Policy: Prior to 10 days- no penalty. 4-9 days- $200 per day. 3 days or less- full amount of the charters. This excludes cancellations due to weather, which is out of our control and there is no penalty to you if we cannot reschedule.
Our experience with Dirty Waters Charters was very exciting. It's obvious that Lain knows what he's doing. We would recommend Dirty Waters Charters to everyone, no matter what their skill level is!
"The solution to any problem –work, love, money, whatever –is to go fishing, and the worse the problem, the longer the trip should be."