Robbie’s of Islamorada is known for their Tarpon Feeding, but Islamorada and Robbie’s is also known for their Shark & Tarpon Fishing.
Islamorada offers some of the best Tarpon and Shark Fishing in the opens in a new windowFlorida Keys.
With Tarpon migrating through Islamorada, March through September are the most active months for Shark & Tarpon Fishing. You can fish all year for Tarpon in Islamorada, targeting these Silver Kings around channels, bridges, and the Everglades National Park.
Tarpons average in size from 80 to 150 pounds. They are exciting to fish to catch and put on a show while leaping out of the water, trying to shake the hook. Be sure to bring your camera because these Silver Kings will put on a show!
While you’re out awaiting the fight of a Silver King, you’re likely to hook up to one of the many species of Sharks living in the nearshore waters of Islamorada.
Islamorada has many different species of Sharks, from Lemon Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Bull Sharks, and Spinner Sharks.
If your group needs more than one boat, we can arrange charters for as many boats as you need. Or, if you would like to arrange a split charter with more fishing enthusiasts, feel free to view open split charter opportunities here.
Whether you want to hand-feed a massive fish, go for tarpon fishing, seek some thrills with our water sports, or stock up on handcrafted souvenirs at our fun, local shops, we’ve got something for everyone at Robbie’s.
Gorge fresh, delicious seafood and sip one of our signature cocktails, local draft beer, or our famous loaded Trailer Trash Bloody Mary on the waterfront deck and enjoy the show of the tarpon feeding frenzy!
As a must-visit destination in the Florida Keys, our site shares what to do and where to eat at Robbie’s Marina of Islamorada to help you plan your stop and create memorable moments with your family and friends. Remember, it’s not a trip to the Keys without a visit to Robbie’s!
Book your Shark and Tarpon Fishing in Islamorada now. Bring your camera!