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Skins and Fins Fishing Charters and Guides

#35 of 152 Boat Tours & Water Sports in Islamorada Features Animals
84001 Overseas Hwy, Slip # 947, Islamorada, FL 33036-3408
+1 305-393-0363
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40th Bday trip

Surprised my hubby with a trip to islamorada since he loves fishing. Found Skins and Fins charters... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2017
Heather Y
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Virginia
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Great day!

We had fished with Donnie before and loved it, his father was no different! Tons of fish, lots of... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2017
hannaheade
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Corning, New York
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Florida Keys Fishing Charters and Guides: Captain Ted and Captain Donnie Benbow are the Father and Son team of Skins and Fins Charters and Guides. We fish the shallow waters of the Florida Keys, Islamorada, Key Largo and Flamingo in the Everglades National Park. We have three boats to meet your Flats and Backcountry fishing and fly fishing needs. Specializing in Tarpon, Snook, Bonefish, Big Sharks, Sea trout, Grouper, Mackerel, Snappers, Redfish and more. we fish out of the Holiday Isle Marina at the Post Card Inn. Beginner to experts, we will show you a great time on the water. Both Captains are sponsored by "Bud Light" and we cover the fishing forecast for GAFF fishing magazine. Call us for more details. Check out our fishing Blog and web site
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84001 Overseas Hwy, Slip # 947, Islamorada, FL 33036-3408
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Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

Surprised my hubby with a trip to islamorada since he loves fishing. Found Skins and Fins charters through the Postcard Inn. Having no knowledge of fishing myself, I emailed Capt Ted with a few questions. He responded the same day by both phone and email....More

Thank Heather Y
Reviewed 12 March 2017 via mobile

We had fished with Donnie before and loved it, his father was no different! Tons of fish, lots of excitement, and Ted was awesome. Can't recommend highly enough. We always stay at Postcards but only to be close them:)

1  Thank hannaheade
Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

A great example of using TripAdvisor, picking a well reviewed charter, getting exactly what you paid for and more and now leaving a review! Capt. was professional and flexible with our travel plans and got us into the fish. Amazing boats and great gear, we...More

1  Thank TeomnerZ
Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

Ted was awesome! He was friendly and knowledgeable about all the fish we caught.... He was able to teach us techniques for each fish we were after. He was patient and I liked that we were supporting someone who grew up on these waters, highly...More

Thank DM2016DM
Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

Clean, new, well-outfitted boats with a father and son team that will put you on the fish. We had a really fun day with capt. Ted and caught a variety of fish. He was courteous and very knowledgeable with lots of stories of the "old"...More

Thank Brad H
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

Captain Donnie took me and my lady out and it was great. Donnie was super knowledgeable, humble, and down to earth. Put us on fish right away and had chances at tarpon and snook all trip long. He made it easy for my girl to...More

Thank Jason S
Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

Great day on the flats for two newbies. Patient and put us on fish immediately. Would recommend for hardcore fishing and for novices. Capt' Ted killed it.

Thank RobMoore16
Reviewed 15 June 2016 via mobile

Ted was awesome! He was friendly and knowledgeable about all the fish we caught.... He was able to teach us techniques for each fish we were after. He was patient and I liked that we were supporting someone who grew up on these waters, highly...More

1  Thank DM2016DM
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

Had an amazing day with Captain Donnie he put me on more tarpon than I could count. If only I could have got them to bite. He also found a flat with a huge school of permit which we did land. Amazing trip I will...More

1  Thank CPRfisher
Reviewed 14 May 2016 via mobile

Very fun fishing with Captain Ted! Great local knowledge and we caught fish. He was a great guide that grew up here locally.

Thank bhancock3
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Armand9601
Looking to take my 6 yr old son out, any age requirements? Not so much looking for game fish but more of a chance for him to see some action & land a few. Any suggestions, can you accommodate? Thanks in advance
25 April 2016|
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Response from captteddy | Property representative |
No problem, we would love to do it! Give me a call later and I will go over the options. 3053930363 Thanks Capt Ted
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Chuck S
Hello, Family visiting Florida for the 1st time this July. Wanting to come down and do some fishing with my children (ages 8, 7, and 5). Are they too young to accompany me on a charter? What is the average price for a 1 day charter? Thanks for any help! Chuck
11 April 2015|
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Response from captteddy | Property representative |
Thank you for the email. Are you Looking to go offshore in the deep waters or backcountry is the shallow waters. How many people total do you have that are going?
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