Key West Family Fly Fishing Trips
Family Fishing Trips –
TARPON SEASON DATES IN MAY AND JUNE AVAILABLE CALL 305-304-5880
Guided Saltwater Flats Family Fishing with Fly Rods and Light Tackle
Capt. Dexter’s family of anglers is always welcome to visit the fabulous Florida Keys for some great fishing on the flats.
Capt. Dexter’s family of anglers is always welcome to visit the fabulous Florida Keys for some hot Tarpon, Bonefish and Permit action on the flats. Kids are great to have on “FlatsMaster” because of their enthusiasm for catching fish! Fathers, Mothers, Sons, Daughters, Brothers, Sisters, Cousins, Uncles, Aunts, Grandpas, Grandmas, Godfathers…you are all encouraged to fish with Capt. Dexter.
Fathers and Sons, Mothers and Daughters Fishing in Key West Paradise!
Capt. Dexter Simmons of www.keywestflyfishing.com and Fly Fishing Paradise invites Fathers and Sons, Mothers and Daughters to join him on FlatsMaster for a fishing adventure. Capt. Simmons encourages vacation anglers of all skill levels and abilities to Key West to have fun family fishing the flats for Bonefish, Tarpon, Permit, Barracuda, Shark and more.
Daily fishing trips are available. Enjoy charter flats fishing and instruction by an expert, certified guide. Anglers of all ages will sight cast to fish on the Key West flats. Capt. Simmons encourages all family members who like to fish to visit the Keys for a fishing trip. “I enjoy teaching kids how to fish, and having their father or mother along with them makes it even more of a fun event for everyone.”
Capt. Dexter Simmons has a degree in elementary and secondary education, and a masters degree in sports and recreation management. He has taught classes at the Florida Keys Community College, has held fly casting seminars for various groups, and teaches fly casting and fly fishing to anglers 200 days a year while guiding the waters around Key West. Capt. Simmons has written numerous articles about fly fishing on the flats of Key West and the Lower Florida Keys. He has been published in the Fly Fishing America magazine and posts a periodic fishing report on numerous web sites as well as on his own site, www.keywestflyfishing.com. Capt. Simmons encourages anglers to contact him with questions or inquiries and can be reached by telephone at 305-304-5880, or by email at email@example.com.