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Born in 1964 in Coral Gables Miami Florida, Trey Landry was raised on the sport fishing waters of south Florida, the Florida Keys, and Bahamas Islands. At age 18, Trey moved to Melbourne beach Florida to discover the Indian River, Banana River, and Mosquito Lagoon river systems. After becoming a United States Coast Guard Licensed Captain, Captain Trey moved to Port Saint Joe Florida in 1998 with the chance to open and help run the Port Saint Joe Marina complex, and continue as a fishing guide

Trey is a family man with son Fletcher Landry, step son Josey and wonderful wife Clara Landry. The entire family shares a great love for outdoor hunting and fishing activities, and great respect for the outdoor life and pristine Northwest Florida coastal environment we all enjoy.



Captain Trey Landry 607 Woodward Ave., Port Saint Joe, Fl, 32456
Home: 850.227.9720    Cell: 850.527.2659    info@captaintrey.com



Florida's Forgotten Coast - This monster 20-pound tripletail was caught and released by Managing Editor Nick Honachefsky while fishing with Captain Trey.





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Some Kind Words:

Trey,
Thanks again for the great trip. It is always a good time coming to your area. I really enjoyed the beauty of the water and landscape. As always, you do such a great job with your fishing trips. I truly hope I can make it again next year.
Craig

(24-lb. Redfish)


Captain Trey,
We just wanted to Thank You for the great fishing trip you were so kind to donate. We had a great time. I hope you will be donating to Boggy Creek Camp for the seriously ill children again if you are called on..it is such a worthy cause. I have attached a link to tell you what you are donating to. The camp was started by Paul Newman.

Gary and I will be looking to bid on your donation and on our great experience with you and the Mainstay Suites again on our ride in Oct. We loved your town of Port St Joe. Just feels like old Florida and the people of Port St Joe couldn't have been nicer. Guess that is why it is tagged the friendliest town in Florida.

Camp Boggy Creek


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