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In 1981, Capt. Tommy Locke began guiding fly-fishing, live bait, and light tackle fishing charters on the west coast of Florida. With his primary interest being Tarpon, he made his home base in Boca Grande, FL recognized as one of the largest spawning congregations for this species. Over the last 30 years he has fished the beaches and backcountry for Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, and Trout. As his career progressed, Locke's passion for fly-fishing for Tarpon took over. He favors fly-fishing over other fishing methods based on the belief that it provides a challenge that requires skill, intelligence, and hard work from both the client and the captain. He specializes as a teaching guide and is eager to work with serious anglers who want to reach their full potential as fly-fisherman. Capt. Tommy Locke's mission is to help sportsmen master the art of the challenge.   


Always an avid outdoorsman, Tommy Locke committed his work to fishing and his leisure to hunting. In the last several years Locke met his match with local captain and friend, Braxton Bowen.  Together, they decided to partner up and open a hunting charter business out of Okeechobee, FL.  This team guides duck and gator hunting trips on Lake Okeechobee during their respective seasons. The camp, fondly referred to as "Bocachobee", is complete with an entertainment deck, a cabin filled with lodging, and an easy boat launching ramp on the grounds.  Locke and Bowen believe in


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