Coastal Angler Fly Fishing

  Fly & Light Tackle Charters

  908-783-1935

  coastalanglerflyfishing@gmail.com

Guided Fly  Fishing & Light Tackle Charters

  Jersey Shore Coast

  Barnegat Bay

  Fly Casting Instruction

 

 
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   Capt John Isdanavage is the owner of Coastal Angler Fly Fishing & Light Tackle Charters. His experience has taken him from New Jersey, to Cape Lookout North Carolina, to the west coast of Florida. John spends most of his time fishing and guiding the surf along the beaches of the Jersey Shore and the Back Bays, his home waters for 30 plus years. You can find him fishing inshore, near shore or polling his skiff across the shallow flats of Barnegat Bay. John's season starts mid March and runs through the late fall into December fishing for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, fluke and false albacore on both fly and light tackle. He welcomes all levels of experience from novice to expert, children to adults and is very eager to share his knowledge about the sport he is so passionate about. He is an avid fly tier, instructor, seminar speaker, and volunteer in the Jersey Shore Chapter of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. John is an Ambassador for Temple Fork Outfitters, also a Pro Staff Angler and Guide representing Cortland Fly Lines, Yeti Products, Gamakatsu Hooks , and Columbia Sportswear. 



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   It is important to me to make the most out of every trip and share with my clients the sport I am so passionate about. Whether its a fly fishing or light tackle trip I will always do my very best to make your trip as memorable as possible.






 Coastal Angler Fly Fishing is fully insured for wade and boat trips.  John has his NJ State Police boating safety certificate, USCG Captains License and is certified in CPR and basic First Aid.

 

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