March and April see migratory tarpon in the Glades, mixing with residence fish, amassing the USA's largest tarpon population. Whether fishing to daisy-chains on the flats or ambushing fish in the Mangrove forest-lined channels, the action is consistent, explosive, and addicting. Complement the day with multiple additional Glades species opportunities, and the perfect saltwater day is at hand. Nightly return to the decked-out 61’ Eleven Outpost Hatteras nestled deep in the remote channels for a gourmet meal and experience synonymous with the Eleven Experience name.
Four anglers maximum fish with two local guides in two Glide/Beavertail skiffs tricked out for tarpon and other Glades species such as Snook, Redfish, and Drum, among others species. Eat lunch on the water from a chef packed Yeti cooler or return to the Outpost for the Chefs lunch special.
Offered as an exclusive departure to four guests, this 61’ Hatteras features four staterooms and two bathrooms, an airy living room/bar and galley, ample outdoor deck space with satellite TV and AC throughout the vessel, all hosted by an expert captain, veteran Keys guides and gourmet chef.
Guides can provide all tackle as needed offering a vast selection. As a rule, if bringing your own, pack a 10 or 11 wt. outfit Tarpon, and a 7, 8, or 9 wt. for Snook and Redfish. Tropical flats clothing, footwear, and sun protection are important. Frontiers provides a full pre-trip upon booking.
The 61-foot Outpost is sold as an intact departure. The vessel accommodates four anglers to two skiffs/guides–March/April. October/November Eleven’s 74-foot Hatteras will be offered as intact departures. Custom options and shorter/longer stays may be available on request. Miami International is the closest airport. An overnight in Homestead is convenient prior to launch day. Frontiers can book any flights, rental cars, or private transfers as needed, hotels, trip extensions, or any additional necessities in-house.
4-night/days starting at $19,200 and 5-night/days starting at $24,000 for up to four anglers. The season is *March 1-April 25. Departures include water transfers from Flamingo, FL, guided fishing, gear, flies, meals, and beverages. Excluding airfare, hotels if needed, and guide/staff gratuities.