Come share a day with a Florida native that has been guiding these waters since 1979.


Captain Bob Branham

He is a native of South Florida, and has been guiding Bisque Bay & the Keys since 1979.

Captain Branham has a strong influence on conservation. He is a part of the board of directors of the Florida Keys Fishing Guides Association and Bone Fish and Tarpon Trust.

What We Can Do for You


We specialize in fly fishing. However, you can also use spinning rods and bait if you are more comfortable with that. We will supply all the rods, reels, baits, and flies for you. You should bring polarized sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, weather-appropriate clothing such as a rain suit or warm jacket, and food and drinks to the trip.



One of Captain Branham’s hobbies is bird photography. If you are interested, you can arrange for a trip dedicated to birding.

What To Bring & What Is Provided

What Is Provided

All Tackle



What To Bring

Your Lunch & Drinks

Polarized Glasses


Hat & Rain Suit.

We can also work with you in arranging a photo tour of the Everglades.

Biscayne Bay

The flats of Biscayne Bay are located entirely within the Biscayne National Park and are only a short boat ride from Miami. Biscayne Bay is home to the most stable bonefish population in Florida. Permit and tarpon are also plentiful in the area. Shark fishing trips may also be arranged if the conditions allow.

The waters of Biscayne Bay are protected from development, overfishing, and commercial fishing. Jet skis are also prohibited in the park’s waters. These are some of the reasons why fish thrive in this area and why fish weighing more than 10 pounds are common here.