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All inclusive - 2 Days Fishing and 3 Nights Lodging
Hosted Tarpon and Sailfish Trips in the Florida Keys
Stay at one of the Florida Keys most exclusive multi-sport resorts with pristine beaches, golf, tennis, a spa, and fine dining. The perfect spot to entertain your clients, family, or friends while you enjoy world-class fishing adventures.
Fish with Nathan Theriault and the most energetic Captains in the Florida Keys. Using fly techniques or spin tackle we target primarily Tarpon, but anglers may have opportunities for other shallow water in-season species.
During your visit we’ll also venture offshore in a fully equipped 42’ sport-fishing vessel for Sailfish and, if you desire, other seasonal species. And you can opt to spend a special afternoon of fishing with your children. Visit nearby Theater-by-the-Sea and gain a unique understanding of the Florida Keys ecosystem. Diving and snorkling excursions are optional.
|2024 Hosted (Multisport) Trips in the Florida Keys
|Trip 1 - 8 Spots
|Trip 2 - 8 Spots
|Trip 3 - Industry (by invitation)
OMM Outfitters Florida Keys Destination
OMM Outfitters’ destination in the Florida Keys offers the most action packed fishing trips on the planet. While executing a commitment to innovation and excellence, the OMM team are driven to give clients the outdoor adventure of a lifetime on the pristine waters around Islamorada.
Team member Joe Babino and Nathan went to high school in Maine where they played on sports teams and swapped hunting stories. Captain Joe has a passion for the ocean and the outdoors. He is a professional fly fisherman and works with some of the best manufactures in the industry to showcase innovative products. He lives full time in Islamorada, Florida.
Captain Nathan has a passion for guiding big game hunts and a love for adventure and new opportunities. He founded OMM Outfitters in 2003, as an education, entertainment and hospitality business built around this passion and love. OMM is an east coast outfitter with destinations in Maine, New Brunswick, Kentucky, and Florida.