Captain Al Keller was born in Miami, Fl and spent his early years in Tampa. As a South Florida native, he has become one of the most recognized and respected names in fly fishing the 10,000 Islands, Everglades National Park and the marshes around New Orleans. In 1996 he received his U.S. Coast Guards License and started what he and many others dream about, fly fishing for a living. Captain Al now spends close to 300 days a year sharing what the mangroves and marshes around the Gulf of Mexico has to offer the fly fisherman.
I have fished the Biloxi Marsh / Venice area of Louisiana for almost 30 years, but since discovering RedFish Dynasty several years ago, we have fished exclusively. We have mainly fished with Cody, Jason and Travis, But all of their guides are absolutely first class. They are very professional in arranging trips, and always check in a couple weeks before to update me on current conditions and required equipment etc. They have extensive knowledge and experience of the whole area, and will always choose the best options for when and where to fish depending on the conditions. They are a delight to fish with, and coupled with their knowledge of flies and fish locations, you can always be assured the best possible day fishing. I have no hesitation in recommending Redfish Dynasty unreservedly. Sincerely John