It doesn't matter whether it's a child's first time cruising alongside dolphins on Anna Maria Island, a gulf sunset shared with good people, or the catch of a lifetime, it's the smiles of others that Captain Scott cherishes most.


Having graduated with a degree in English Literature, Scott has traveled and studied internationally, meeting plenty of amazing people along the way. It's their stories and the laughs shared that defines Scott's passions: constantly learning and making others smile.


Always an avid fisherman, Scott decided to "retire" from the corporate world and chase fish instead.  He started guiding out west during the summers in Montana and Wyoming for trout on fly rods before the siren song of saltwater fishing lured him to Anna Maria Island full-time. The thrill of hooking up to a fish of his own is dwarfed only by the thrill he has helping others land one of their own. But before you think he has it made, keep in mind that he's a Cleveland Browns fan--which accounts for most of his stress these days.


Whether you're looking for a fun and personable captain to enjoy a fun run with or a patient and willing fishing guide to get you on the big one, Scott enjoys it all!



Captain Jake grew up in-shore fishing on Florida’s Gulf Coast. He caught his first red when he was 5 and added the silver king (tarpon) to his list when he was just 6. He has enjoyed the thrill of catching bass to sharks and everything in between.

A 6 yr career in the Army with the 1st Ranger Batallion took him to Savannah, GA and his passion for fishing continued. Now he's back home guiding full-time off of the shores of Anna Maria Island for reds, snook, trout, tarpon, sharks, cobia and nearshore reef fish. He also loves bass fishing, in his favorite phosphate pits and private lakes.

His quest to experience the ultimate fishing destinations has taken him to places like LA, FL, GA, WI, MT, AZ, SC, NC, ID, Mexico, South America & Belize where he has learned to fine tune his obsession for fly fishing. There is no fish too big or too small that he doesn't enjoy chasing, but he has to admit that he's an addict for tossing a fly at big redfish. The adrenaline rush he gets when "ole red" boils up on a hand-tied fly never gets old.

It doesn’t matter if you want to fish hard, or just relax with lots of shenanigans...Jake guarantees fun.

As an Army Vet, his dream is to share an experience on the water with others has become a reality and he looks forward to sharing it with you.

Specializing in: back country, in-shore & near shore saltwater fishing. Fly fishing is always welcomed too!

Boats: 18’ Xplor Technical Poling Skiff; 24’ Lake & Bay Back Country Tower Boat



Captain Blake was brought up on and around the waters of Anna Maria Island and Tampa Bay and realized early on that his passion was saltwater fishing. After graduating from Roanoke College with a Business/Finance degree and working for a few years in the corporate world, Captain Blake made the decision to pursue a career on the water.

Earning the title of 25-Ton Master Captain, Blake set his sights on running fishing charters full-time. Whether it’s inshore fishing around the Anna Maria Island, fishing lakes in the mountains of Virginia, or the coastal species in the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic, he is always in pursuit of the most well-known game-fish that the waters have to offer.


When he's not on a charter, you can almost always find him out on the water scouting the next honey-hole; on the rare occasion that he's not, you will probably find him at a reggae concert in the area. 

Blake will be the first one to tell you that it's no longer catching fish himself that excites him, but rather he loves the thrill that comes when others on his boat are reeling in fish. He would be content with never catching another fish if it meant that he could see his customers happy and catching fish every day.

“For me, the reward is seeing people smile and laughing; that’s what it’s all about. Leave your worries at the dock and lets get after it!”

Boat: 24' Sea Hunt RZR24



Captain Tony was born and raised in Michigan and has  been a licensed captain since the age of 18. At the age of  18 Tony began his first business guiding on the waters of  Lake St. Clair for smallmouth bass. He has been featured  in the Detroit Free Press, ESPN The Magazine, and  numerous fishing publications over the years.


As an  apprentice to some of the best fly fishing captains in the  country, Tony spent the majority of his early years fishing  in Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and New Mexico. At the age  of 17, Tony’s mentor and friend took him under his wing  and gave him a job as a grunt in the tundra of Southern  Alaska where Tony became a professional guide. In 2006,  Tony moved to San Diego and launched San Diego Pacific  Adventures. He fished the Pacific Ocean for Bluefin,  Yellowfin, and Albacore along the Baja Peninsula. In 2013,  Tony moved to Miami and launched Miami Light Tackle  Adventures. He fished offshore for mahi mahi, tuna,  kingfish, sailfish, and other various pelagic fish.


In 2016, Tony decided to move to Anna Maria Island to fulfill his  lifelong dream of living on the gulf coast of Florida where  he feels the fishing is most active. He loves meeting new  people, delivering the best in customer service, and  sharing his worldwide knowledge of fishing.

Boat: 28' Center Console Whitewater



There is something special about experiencing our waterways in a kayak and that’s exactly what Alex wants to share with you.

After studying to be a teacher and spending 7 years teaching math and science, Alex chose to move his classroom to the water. He truly enjoys showing people tips and tricks so that they can successfully catch the incredible fish that our local area has to offer.

Alex grew up fishing with his father specifically targeting bass, walleye, and perch, but his passion for fishing grew substantially when given the opportunity to catch saltwater fish. His favorite species to target are those of the coveted inshore slam; trout, redfish and snook. While catching fish is always a thrill, it’s even more exciting when you hook into a big one that takes you and your kayak for a sleigh ride.

“There is nothing more exciting to me than to take someone out and watch their expressions as they reel in their fish or merely enjoy a beautiful day on the water. Kayaking is special because you get to be right on top of the fish and that experience is like none other.”