Everglades Fishing with Captain Peter Babb

Treat yourself to an Everglades fishing adventure of a lifetime here in the Ten Thousand Islands and Everglades National Park.

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Captain Peter BabbFishing Charters

I welcome everyone! If you are a beginner, avid fisherman or just want to see the "Real" Everglades and 10,000 Islands I will make this an adventure you will not soon forget.

We will explore the beautiful outer islands bordering the Gulf of Mexico. These outer Islands and their points are favorite local fishing spots.

We'll cruise through remote backcountry creeks that hold the promise of a trophy Red or Snook. In between these areas are middle bays, off the beaten path, where the tarpon roll revealing the spot for a perfect cast.

Captain Peter Babb

I am a native Floridian and have been "on the water" boating, fishing and diving all my life! I began fishing Southwest Florida in 1985, when I moved here from Pensacola. I am a Step Dad of five! I graduated from the University of South Alabama with a Bachelors of Science degree in Physical Therapy.Snook Fishing Charter

I'm on the guide program for G-Loomis, St. Croix, DOA lures, Power Pole and Quantum Rods & Reels. I'm a member or the Florida Guide Association, Coastal Conservation Association, and the National Association of Charter Boat Operators. I am a licensed United States Coast Guard Boat Captain and fully insured. I'm known for my local knowledge and my ability to catch BIG fish!

Southwest Florida Fishing Destinations

On each fishing charter I take great pride in teaching anglers the skills I've learned. Southwest Florida has so many great fishing opportunities for both inshore and offshore fishing. Next time your in southwest FL think about spending a relaxing day out everglades fishing and nature! Its up to you! Port of the Islands, Everglades City, Chokoloskee, Naples or Marco Island.

Call me today and let's find a time to go catch some fish!
Look forward to fishing with you soon.
Capt Peter Babb