America’s Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. We offer a truly “off the grid” experience inside one of the wildest most rugged ecosystems in the world.
We will take you farther into a fishing adventure than you have ever been before. Our mothership, The GoFarther, is anchored up 30 miles into the remote wilderness of Everglades National Park. It is truly the life line of our adventure and is one of the key components that allows us to take you farther. Our multi-day expedition runs for five days and four nights. Starting on Wednesday and ending on Sunday.
All accommodations aboard our mothership are included as well as three meals a day for every full day you are with us. We will also provide lunch on the day that you arrive as well as breakfast on the morning that you depart.
While our primary focus is tarpon, we often find ourselves with great opportunities at Snook, Red Fish, and Triple Tail, among other fish.
Arrivals: To ensure a half day of fishing we encourage you to book your arrival time to MIA no later than 1pm.
Departures: To ensure that we can get you back to MIA in time for your flight we encourage you to not book your departure time before 1pm.
Late Arrivals: If groups cannot be in Miami by 1pm on your arrival day, we recommend flying in a day earlier at a time that best suites your schedule. There are a number of hotels near MIA and in Homestead where we can meet you the following morning. If flying in a day early isn’t an option, please let us know and we will work with you to come up with a solution.
Our chef and hospitality manager will help prepare a menu in advance to ensure that we meet and exceed your every expectation as well as any dietary restrictions.
Make yourself comfortable while you are with us! We recommend quick dry long sleeve shirts and pants all day, helps with the sun and the bugs. Plenty of bug spray and sunscreen along with a bug jacket. A bug jacket is not necessary, but can come in very handy at first and last light when the bugs are moving.
A good pair of polarized sunglasses along with a buff and a good hat. A rain suit is highly recommended as we are on the coast and storms can come and go with some regularity. We mostly wear tennis shoes while fishing. We encourage you to be as comfortable as you prefer while aboard our mothership!