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The Florida Everglades is characterized by long-stretches of lushious canals and water systems. If you have ever taken route across the southern region of Florida, you traveled along Interstate-75 or better known as “Alligator Alley.” The Alligator Alley Everglades Route is roughly 80 miles long and cuts through the Everglades between Fort Lauderdale and Naples, FL. Ever since it’s opening in 1968, it not only gave great access to different regions of Florida but also opened up some incredible bass fishing along the way.

You truly can’t go wrong with an Alligator Alley Everglades fishing trip with our local experts. If you want an in-depth look at what Everglades fishing is all about, this is the perfect location for you. 

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Deep in the Florida Everglades, you can experience an abundance of wildlife from birds, reptiles, and fish. When you embark on a fishing charter with our service, you will get the opportunity to explore Alligator Alley at Mile Marker 41.

Mile Marker 41 holds exceptional fishing for largemouth bass, peacock bass, mayan cichlids, oscars, and so much more. The action is never-ending and is a great destination for the beginner to the expert.

Everglades fishing is characterized by big numbers and quality fish. Luckily, when you explore with Fort Lauderdale Fishing, you will be aboard with an expert that has everything covered for you. All you have to do is step aboard and enjoy the experience.

You will meet your captain at the designated meeting location. Once you do, they will take you to a local spot where you can target largemouth and peacock bass. Largemouth are best caught with artificial baits. Peacock bass generally are best caught with live bait.

Either way you go, an Alligator Alley Everglades fishing charter is one of the best overall outdoor experience. Enjoy watching wild alligators from a safe destination and comfortable fishing vessel.

We hope to see you on the water next time!

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