Fishing Guides

Captain Roan zumFelde:

Capt. Roan z. a native guide with over 25 years of experience, specializes in fly fishing the waters of Naples, Marco, Everglades, and 10,000 Islands in South west Florida. He will guide up to four Anglers for Fly, Spin/Plug, and Bait Fishing, for all of our great fish species like: Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Seatrout, Pompano, Permit, and other species. Roan z. will also guide Everglades Bass and Peacock Bass fishing in the Canals of the Everglades. Roan z. is an Fly Casting instructor and Fly Tying instructor with many years of experience in both. He will be happy to take all anglers from Beginners to Experts and guide them to some of the greatest fishing Florida has to offer.



Captain Patrick Gould:

I have been a guide in the Naples, Marco Island, 10,000 Island area for over 20 years. My specialty is backwater (inshore) fishing for Tarpon, Snook, and Redfish, as well as many other species depending on the time of year.


Captain Peter Root:

Come join me as we fish the plentiful back and near shore waters of Naples. Let me share with you the seemingly endless opportunities to catch redfish, snook and the elusive tarpon. We deliver pristine waters and a challenge that keeps the motivated angler coming back time and time again.


Capt. Tony Fontana:

I specialize in light tackle, live-bait fishing of the inshore and near shore waters of Naples and the surrounding area. My clients and I commonly pursue Tarpon, Snook, and redfish, which are abundant in Naples. I can fish up to 4 persons out of my 22 Ft. pathfinder Bay boat, and as a native guide I have fished these waters since I was a baby. If you are up to the challenge I can guide you to the fish.


Conner McNichols:

My name is Capt. Connor McNichols; I have grown up fishing in southwest Florida particularly in the Everglades National park, Naples, and Pine Island. Fishing has been my passion from a very young age. Some of my fondest memories are of days fishing with my father Capt. Joe McNichols. I received my Captains license soon after turning 18 and have been running charters ever since. Most of my fishing consists of backcountry, skinny water fishing for Snook, Redfish, Trout, and Tarpon - yet other we catch many other wild species. The locations I generally fish are out of Naples to the Ten Thousand Islands, and down to The Everglades National Park. My father and I cater to both the avid fisherman to the young amateur who wants to catch their first fish. Generally I fish with light tackle and artificial lures, including lots of sight fishing with a fly rod, we can accommodate any style or skill set in one of the best and most beautiful saltwater locations in north America.


Chris Robinson:  Robinson Brothers Guide Service
Fly Fishing and Light Tackle
44 Avenue E
Apalachicola, FL 32320
(850) 653-8896

Apalachicola Fishing Charters

When you plan your next vacation on the Forgotten Coast, including St. George Island, Apalachicola, Port St. Joe, Carrabelle or Mexico Beach, be sure to save a day or two for a fishing trip with the Robinson Brothers Guide Service. We can accommodate everyone from families who want to catch a few fish with their kids, to experienced fly fishing anglers, with some of the best guides in Northwest Florida. Large groups are always welcome. Come fish with us for inshore species like speckled trout, redfish, Spanish Mackeral, flounder, Sheepshead, sharks, pompano, tripletail and tarpon. (Some species are seasonal only)

Robinson Brothers Guide Service offers Inshore fishing trips from 18 foot "Flats" skiffs where light tackle or fly fishing is an option. These trips are considered sport fishing trips and are primarily Catch & Release. Center console "Bayfishing" boats are anywhere from 21 to 25 feet in length and can comfortably accommodate 4 anglers. Several of our Bay Captains can take 5 or 6 people fishing. Bay trips are of the "Catch & Keep" variety, you'll be fishing with light spinning tackle and using live bait, shrimp and artificial lures. Florida size & catch limits apply and fish cleaning is available.


Captain Trey Landry 607 Woodward Ave., Port Saint Joe, Fl, 32456
Home: 850.227.9720    Cell: 850.527.2659

Captain Trey expanded out with his company Premier Sport fishing Adventures to locate new waters as Northwest Florida played into what would be a move that proved to be one of great improvement. The Northwest Florida pristine bays as well Gulf coastal beaches with all the plant and animal life in a setting of an old Florida look that Trey never could have imagined. Captain Trey moved to Port Saint Joe Florida in 1998 with the chance to open and help run the Port Saint Joe Marina complex as well continue in guide fishing with tournament involvement in local events and area waters. Captain Trey has always put himself as a leader for others to be able and look up to in the work place as well on and off the water.