Who We Are/ Mission Statement:
"Quiet Waters offers an exciting yet peaceful approach to fishing in the historic saltwater sports fishery around Sarasota, Florida. When clients choose Quiet Waters, they understand that the founder’s number one priority is to keep his clients busy catching fish. However, when clients have finished a day/evening on the water with Quiet Waters, they come away with a greater appreciation for the rich history of the area, a basic understanding of the diverse ecosystems they have visited, and are grateful for the uniqueness of the journey they just completed.
Quiet Waters founder Brian Boehm was raised in Bradenton Florida, later moving north to the midwest where he completed his education, worked as an environmental consultant and started his family. After returning to Florida, Brian settled his family in Sarasota, Florida and has established himself as one of the premiere fly anglers in the area. Brian has successfully competed in tournaments, had his hand tied flies featured by organizations in the area, as well as given presentations on saltwater fly tying.
Quiet Waters founder, Brian Boehm, is a fishing guide who combines a dedication to providing his clients with the best opportunity to land some of Florida’s best saltwater gamefish on artificial tackle (fly or traditional) with a passion for sharing the area’s historic waters with his guests.
Bottom line: Quiet Waters delivers a uniquely authentic approach to Florida sportfishing.
Brian’s talents keep his guests engaged in the spectacular inshore saltwater fishing while honoring the area’s rich fishing history. Quiet Waters clients come away satisfied from their rich experience with Brian on the water, yet they’re deeply compelled to return to explore more quiet water with Brian.
Audience would fall under the following categories:
1) Be staying in a vacation rental, hotel, or B&B and have no fishing experience.
2) Be staying in a vacation rental, hotel, or B&B and has some fishing experience.
3) Be looking for an original/local experience.
4) Be looking to learn how to fly fish
5) Be trying to learn new water or techniques and be local
6) Be looking to have some company while they fish
7) Be interested in some of the historical background to the areas fished
8) Be trying to find a unique experience.
9) Be working on becoming a better sight fisherman or caster