Capt.Rey is one of the top fishing guides in the Sanibel Island and Captiva Island area. He has been consistent in producing, snook, redfish, giant tarpon, trout, and many other species for his anglers in and around Sanibel Island, Captiva Island, North Captiva Island, Cayo Costa Island, and Pine Island for seventeen years.
Fishing has always been this guide passion. He moved to Florida twenty five years ago with dreams of becoming a fishing guide. In his youth, he spent his time fishing for bonefish, snook, permit, and tarpon in the waters of his native Puerto Rico. Captain Rey knows his stuff, and is happy to teach you his secrets. Whether you are a novice, intermediate, or expert angler, using spinning tackle, baitcasting gear, or fly tackle, he will improve your angling skills in the space of one trip. You will be amazed with the knowledge you gain, and the fun you will have on a trip into the shallow waters of Pine Island Sound.
These waters are world renowned for snook, tarpon, and redfish. You will find yourself surrounded by some of the most serene estuaries and flats in the world. Imagine the thrill of casting a Texas-rigged shrimp on a light-spinning rig to a tailing redfish, or the thrill of a big snook crashing a live shiner in a pothole. You'll be lost in a wonderland of wild birds, porpoises, manatees, mangrove islands, and crystal clear flats that most people can only dream about.
Captain Rey welcomes families, ladies, and kids. Share your passion of your favorite sport with those you love. Your experience level does not matter, for Rey is a wonderful instructional fishing guide and he will give you the coaching you need to be successful.
He is also an accomplished fly fisherman. As a staff member of the "Master Angler" fly fishing school in Captiva Island ,the captain has honed his skills with fellow staff members "Lefty" Kreh, "Stu" Apte, and "Flip" Pallot among others. A natural teacher,Capt. Rey enjoys teaching the art of fly-casting to a novice, as well as getting the experience angler their first Snook, Tarpon or Redfish on fly.