Capt. Aron Blaisdell

Naples - Marco - 10,000 Islands

Fishing Guide Service

Tarpon - Snook - Redfish - Fun Fishing

Spin - Plug - Bait - Fly Fishing

There is always something special about time spent on the water. A great way to renew friendships, or take a client out for a fishing adventure of a lifetime. Learn new techniques to improve your fishing, or just enjoy nature at its best.

Come fish the calm waters of the Naples, 10,000 Islands and Everglades National Park where the Everglades meets the Gulf of Mexico. This unique estuary is home to Snook, Redfish, Trout, Tarpon and so much more. We offer backcountry and near shore light tackle fishing, with live baits, artificial and fly, Aron is fully equipped for 1-3 anglers aboard an 18ft Hewes Bayfisher. A Coast Guard licensed and insured full time backcountry guide will provide all tackle, licenses, and ice water, on a 4hr, 6hr, or 8hr trip. For more information, or to book your trip, contact Capt. Aron Blaisdell at 239.595.5326. Or, simply visit our contact page. Book early for Spring and summer 2009 Tarpon Trips

Please check out the photo gallery. It gets constantly updated with photos from our trips. You never know, you may be in there.

Come experience the best fishing the Everglades has to offer. Whether you prefer bait fishing, plug fishing, jig fishing, or fly fishing, Capt. Aron will go out of his way to make sure you have a good time.

Updated regularly, Capt. Aron’s reports highlight recent catches, as well as fishing conditions. See what is biting when, and check out some pictures. Have you caught a fish on Aron’s boat? Maybe you are in there

Southwest Florida Tarpon Fishing

Tarpon can be found in Southwest Florida waters year round, but are mainly targeted in the spring and fall. Their acrobatics, size, and willingness to eat make tarpon the silver king.

Everglades Snook Fishing

Snook are like a saltwater bass with an attitude. They can grow to be bigger than 20 pounds in the Everglades, and readily smash a properly presented bait, lure, or fly.

10,000 Islands Redfishing

A redfish will eat just about anything. Crabs, shrimp, eels, and baitfish all fall prey to the red drum, allowing anglers to pursue them with a wide variety of techniques, successfully.

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