Targeted Species 

Miami Tarpon Fishing

Night time tarpon fishing

Miami offers great tarpon fishing in the winter and spring months. Tarpon congregate along the many bridges to feed on shrimp, mullet, and crabs being swept through the currents. The tarpon typically caught range from 50 - +150lbs and love to eat live and artificial baits. Bait is included in pricing. 
(Trips only available Dec - April)

  • Peacock Bass

  • Largemouth Bass

  • Clown Knifefish

Stuart - Snook Fishing

The best snook fishing in the world 

In the pursuit of big over-slot sized snook? Stuart is hands down the best place for pursuing a big snook. In addition, there is an opportunity to catch big jacks, tarpon, cobia, and goliath grouper in the same day. Stuart offers old Florida sections of untouched river, docks, seawalls, and nearshore wrecks and reefs. 

Information about the trip 

  • Ice and waters will be provided, please bring your own snacks. (Alcohol is allowed in moderation) 

  • Tackle, gear, and safety equipment. 
  • Salt Water Fishing Licenses are included. 
  • You can bring your own equipment, please speak with Capt. Patrick Before hand.   
  • Bait, if it can be caught; occasionally it will need to be bought which will be market cost.​

  • Unlike saltwater, freshwater licenses are not included in the cost of the trip due to FWC regulations.

  • Prices are for the first two anglers there is an extra charge for each additional.

  • We fish rain or shine! But we are willing to switch boat ramps or locations. It is a good idea to pack a rain jacket to deal with Florida's unpredictable weather. 

*Special Pricing for trips during August and September!*

  • Snook

  • Tarpon 

  • Jack CrevalLe 

  • Pompano

  • Bonefish (occasionally) 

Additional Trips Available 

Targeted Species 

Florida Peacock Bass Fishing and Exotics

Our area is excellent for Largemouth Bass and Peacock Bass along with countless other species. We can accommodate all levels of anglers, and freshwater trips are especially good for young anglers. It is not uncommon to catch over 100 fish per day on a freshwater trip. All species can be targeted with fly, live bait, and artificial. 

  • Mahi Mahi (Dolphin)

  • Sailfish 

  • Bonita

  • Tuna 

  • King Mackeral

Fishing trips & Rates 

Inshore/nearshore - PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Fishing in Palm Beach County has a lot to offer both inshore and nearshore with its access to big pelagic species and diverse intracoastal region. On days with good weather, we can run offshore and catch mahi on fly or cruise the beach for snook and tarpon. If we stay inshore, there are plenty of big jacks and snooks along the seawalls and shorelines to explode on your mullet or topwater plug. Swamp to Sea also does night time snook and tarpon trips, a perfect way to get out of the Florida sun. If you want to catch some big fish that fight hard, this is the trip for you. 

  • Blue Gill

  • Mayan Cichlid

  • Bowfin

Captain Patrick Smith


Freshwater/saltwater split day

Want to catch peacock bass and snook in the same day? Swamp to Sea offers the best of both worlds spending half your day fishing in Lake Ida and the rest in the intracoastal coastal waterways of Palm Beach County. 

Alligator Alley


Bass, Cichlids, Bowfin, and Alligators! Want to catch a ton of fish, this is the trip as we have plenty of +100 fish days! 3wt & 4wt fly fishing heaven.

(Trips only available February - May)