Everglades City Sunrise during a fishing charter with fishing guide Captain Jerry DiPasquale

Book an Everglades Fishing Charters with Capt. Jerry DiPasquale! For great fishing in Everglades Nat'l Park

Come to Everglades City/Chokoloskee for fishing some of the finest Everglades fishing Florida has to offer. My Everglades Fishing Charters are started form Everglades City or Chokoloskee fishing the 10 Thousand Islands. Or even yet another popular destination would be fishing out of Marco Island and its great fishery. We can fish for a half day trip, fish a full day trip, or try one of our weekend excursions Fishing Everglades City / Chokoloskee which includes: two nights hotel, meals, and two full days of Fishing the Everglades!.

Call (239) 248-5088 for reservations!

Book an Everglades Fishing Charter with me (Capt. Jerry DiPasquale) for a Professional, Courteous and Knowlegable Everglades fishing guide for the Everglades fishing experience of a lifetime! I am a hard working Everglades fishing guide I am USCG licensed and insured and will provide you with everything you need for a successful day of Everglades fishing.

I welcome everyone from the Hardcore to the beginner. Do you want to fly fish or bait cast with a guide in the Everglades but are too worried about not being good enough? Come with me and we'll get your technique improved and catch some fish. Or, do you need a fishing guide who will push you to your limits? As proven tournament fisherman in the IFA, FLW, SRT and others I can surely do that as well!

Men, Women or children I can accommodate your Everglades Fishing needs.

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Fishing Guide Captain Jerry DiPasquale with an Everglades Redfish caught in the IFA Chokolokee Tournament

Fishing Guide Captain Jerry DiPasquale with a Black Drum caought in Everglades Natiional Parg

Maria DiPasquale with a Trout caought in Everglades National Park with Fishing Guide Jerry DiPasquale


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Everglades Fishing TV Show out of Everglades City

Winter 2006


Fishing TV Show shot with Captain Jerry DiPasuale out of Everglades City

Spring 2008