Backcountry Fishing in the Florida Keys
Capt. Bill Wert - Ph: 305-393-1910
Fishing the way it should be!!!
With Bend the Rod Charters and Capt. Bill Wert.


Bend The Rod Charters

Capt. Bill Wert

Phone: 305-393-1910

 Postcard Inn (formerly Holiday Isle)
84001 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, the Florida Keys

COME JOIN CAPT. BILL ON THE "WHISPER"!

Rates for 2 people:
1/2 Day: $500
3/4 Day: $600
Full Day: $700
4-hour Night Trip: $520

Additional adults (up to 2): $100

KIDS WELCOME AT SPECIAL RATES!!!


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For immediate response, please call me at 305-393-1910.

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What people say about Capt. Billy:

"What a great time we had fishing with captain Billy! While his website may not be the most up to date, he knows these waters like the back of his hand. Unreal fishing experience. We caught the following: Mangrove Snapper, Snook, Blue Fish, Jack Crevaille, Lady Fish, Catfish, and the best part was the 4 sharks! Hands down a great time fishing, good company and an experienced captain to show us the ropes in the keys." Brian Orta - Google

""Capt. Billy Wert taught me this: “There’s two kinds of weather, “weather” you want to go fishing or “whether” you don’t!”" Capt. Matt Bellinger.

"We also had a great day on a backcountry fishing trip with Capt. Bill Wert. His knowledge of the Keys and fishing was amazing. I would highly recommend using Capt. Bill as your fishing guide."  Trip Advisor

"Two nites in a row we land tarpon over 150 pounds. Capt Billy Wert scores a beast as well and we saw a few other Hugh Jazz poons going airborne as well. Islamorada offers some great fishing 24/7/365!"  Saltwater Hillbilly

Todays catch: 1 trout, 3 tarpon, 5 snook, 15 redfish. Capt Billy Wert from Islamorada was great! Incredible day of fishing. I love Keys!!"  Mark Meyers - Twitter

"For a back-country experience, Captain Billy Wert takes small groups across Florida Bay through a miragelike archipelago of mangrove flats that surrounds the southern boundary of Everglades National Park. He'll take you flying over waters where no one has been before. Bonefish, tarpon, and snook are the sought-after prizes...The experience would appeal to any Floridian's amphibian psyche"  Thomas E. Whittingslow (Times of the Islands)

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