Rich Burson [Tarpon Keys Superhero]
Who does not want to go to the Keys in Florida and catch saltwater fish on that turquoise water? If you are one of those people, you need to go fly fishing with Rich from R U Fishing Yet Charters. Bobbi Jo and Jordan met Rich and his family on their last trip to Key Largo, and they left as good friends. While fishing with Rich for a few days we cast to Tarpon, Lady Fish, Grouper, Snapper, and Lemon Shark. Many made it to the boat, some made it in the boat, and others ate the fish that was going to be in the boat.
R U Fishing Yet offers half day and full day charters. What makes Rich different from other guides is his genuine character and love of the everglades. Rich is a great father and a huge supporter of conservation use of the Keys Water System. Rich offers a unique trip where he takes you from Key Largo, into the Everglades, and then takes you by Canoe into the brackish system for snook and even freshwater species.
Rich keeps his boat at the Worldwide Sportsman in Islamorada, which is a terrific, clean and fun atmosphere to meet your guide. After your hard day on the water, be sure to sit and have a pop with him while watching the tarpon swim around the dock.
Here is some info on Rich if you wish to contact him.
About Captain Richard Burson:
I am a South Florida native who has been fishing the local waters from Biscayne Bay to Islamorada for over 30 years. After obtaining my captain's license, I have been chartering light tackle and fly fishing enthusiasts in the Key Largo area and Everglades National Park.
My fishing speciality is targeting Snook, Redfish and Sea Trout in the backcountry and Bonefish, Tarpon and Permit on the ocean side flats that surround the Key Largo and Islamorada areas. I am very easy to get along with and welcome experienced and novice fisherman. Junior anglers are welcome as well!
My Flats Fishing Skiff:
I operate a Ranger 191 Flats fishing boat powered by a 200 HP Mercury Outboard.
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