This is a tribute to my good friend, Scott Adams, that passed away today at 1pm. Scott would have been 47, at the end of this month. We have been friends now for 20+ years, and spent days fishing in the Pass for Tarpon, one of his most favorite things to do in the Summer. Scott was down fishing with his brother Brett, nephew Walker and buddies during this last July and never dreamed it would be his last Tarpon Season.
God Bless his family, RIP brother …. Fish On!!!!
After graduating college in 1993, Waylon came to Boca Grande to pursue his true passion… fishing. Following in the footsteps of his ancestry and part of the island’s fishing legacy, Waylon became a fourth generation fisherman.
Waylon specializes in light tackle, backcountry fishing aboard his 24′ North End for:Tarpon, Snook, Redfish and Trout and Traditional Live Bait Tarpon Fishing aboard his 24′ Morgan, the Blaze, in world famous Boca Grande Pass. Charters for other seasonal species such as: Pompano, Cobia, Spanish Mackerel, Permit and King Fish are available at their optimal times, thru-out the year.
Waylon is Vice President of the Boca Grande Fishing Guides Association, which is an organization that is dedicated to the preservation of the fishery as well as the Traditional ways of Tarpon Fishing in Boca Grande Pass.
Catching fish and showing clients a good time is Waylon’s number one focus.
If you are a first-timer or a seasoned fisherman and want to catch fish, call Captain Waylon Mills at:
If Waylon is unavailable for your desired fishing dates, he can easily arrange for you to fish with another experienced local fishing guide.