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Payment: You can pay in cash, credit card, or check. A 50% deposit or credit card authorization is required when you book. It is appropriate to tip the mate for his efforts to make your trip a success. A customary tip on private chatters is 15%-20%.

Cancellations: All trips are “weather permitting.” The captain will not jeopardize your safety or comfort. If we cancel because of weather, your deposit will be refunded or we’ll try to schedule you another time. If you cancel within a week of the trip, you will lose your $300 deposit unless we are able to find another charter for that day. Often we do have a waiting list of folks waiting for an opening. Always call the captain if you have any scheduling concerns. He’ll do everything he can to accommodate your needs.

Half Day Angler 4 Hours
3/4 Day Angler 6 Hours
Full Day Angler 8 Hours

Spend less and enjoy more with our Split Charters in Islamorada, FL!

The Gulf Stream is the Atlantic’s superhighway of game fish. Depending on the season, you will enjoy deep-sea fishing for Mahi-Mahi, Sailfish, Marlin, Tuna, Wahoo, Kingfish, Amberjack, Shark and other sport fish.

Also with an abundance of reefs and wrecks around Islamorada, Snapper, Grouper, Cobia, Tarpon, Barracuda and Sharks are caught year round on Blue Heaven.

Full day, 3/4 and 1/2 day trips are available. Also ask about bargain trips for Tarpon, Shark, Snapper, Grouper and more. Blue Heaven is available every day of the year. She is docked at world-famous Robbie’s Marina, home of the Hungry Tarpon. Be sure to book early. Weekends and holidays fill up first.


All you need to bring is lunch and beverages for the day. Wear comfortable clothes, and shoes that won’t be slippery on the boat. Polarized sunglasses, hat and suntan lotion are suggested. Remember on hot days on the water, you need more to drink than normal. We supply the fishing tackle, bait, ice and coolers.


There is no better meal than some of your fresh-caught fish. Many of the local restaurants will cook your catch for you… and they do a superb job. You catch them. We clean them. They cook them.  All billfish are released, along with tarpon. There will be opportunities to get some great photos to remind you of the fish you released. There are limits on some species, both size and quantity. Some fish are off limit during certain times of the year and must be released. If you wish to get your fish mounted we will take measurements and photos, Greys Taxidermy does a great job with mounts and will ship.


Weather in the Keys differs greatly from the weather elsewhere on the map. Clouds rarely collect over the Keys as it does over the larger land masses. Rainstorms are usually brief and we can almost always find a way to avoid them out on the water. Remember, fishing can be great when the weather is not.