Captain Ken Williams' Biography
Captain Ken Williams’ first memory of fishing was when he was five years old fishing with a cane pole and cork float in a nearby lake with his Grandfather. When the family moved to South Florida in 1967 his father would frequently take him into the Everglades to fish for Largemouth Bass. In addition, Ken and his Father tried their hand at off shore fishing right off the coast of Fort Lauderdale and into the nearby Gulfstream waters for Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi).
As an adult, Ken focused on learning the waters of Everglades National Park to pursue his passion for gamefish such as Snook, Redfish, Spotted Sea Trout and Tarpon. As a Father and Dad to Konnor and Emily the family tradition continues while sharing his passion for the outdoors with them. He regularly takes Konnor and Emily camping and fishing to instill values, build character, and spend quality time with them. This unique perspective makes Captain Ken Williams a great choice for taking your kids on an adventure that will provide a lifetime of memories for you and your family.