Captain Rob's Bio

Rob Kramarz Bio Picture

Captain Rob Kramarz was born and raised in New Jersey, and ever since he can remember he has a rod in his hand. He gained a passion for fishing with his family and friends going from lakes and streams, to beaches and boats. In his youth, he was always on a quest for finding new ways to catch fish. He finally decided to graduate to a fly rod at the age of 12, and fell in love with the art of casting. To him it is an on-going mastery of skills that he practices at every opportunity. Through his trial and errors (mostly errors), he sought training from some of the best fly-rod casters in the world, Tim Rajeff and Bob Popovics, just to name a few. Which to whom he is deeply appreciative for the guidance and experiences given. Capt. Rob has fished New York State, Mass, Rhode Island, Maryland, The Carolina's and the Jersey Coast, and Florida. He has traveled as far as Aruba and the Caribbean Islands for the most exotic of fish. Whether it was salmon, trout, steelhead, following stripers with his younger brother, or fluke fishing with his family, his love of fishing only increased. And then it happened. After his experiences and travels, he realized that there is only one place in the world, that he would want to root himself. Captain Rob Kramarz is now a full time fishing guide where he refers to it as the “Holy Grail” of fishing, and this geographical gem is the Florida Keys. . For him, guiding in this paradise location is his passion. From the flats, just below Marathon Key, all the way to the Marquesas, and everywhere in between is his backyard. The area yields a great bounty of bonefish, permit, tarpon, sharks, barracudas, and the seasonal redfish and snook.

Chaos Theory Boat & Tackle

Chaos Theory Beavertail BTX Image

If the Florida Keys are in your sights, come join Captain Rob on his Beavertail BTX to experience the crystal clear waters on the flats. The boat is out-fitted with top of the line gear. However, you are welcome to bring your own. If you don't wield the long stick, spinning rods are also available. Beginners and experienced anglers alike are invited to a party of a life time, where the elusive species are the guest of honor. The Chaos Theory is a 2009 Beavertail BTX powered by a 60 HP Evinrude E-TEC and is outfitted with fly and spinning gear from G.LOOMIS, Temple Fork, Sage, and Shimano. She is a super skinny technical poling skiff, drafting only 4 inches, and yet is super stable in rougher waters. The Chaos Theory BTX has ample room for two anglers, and a cooler on board for lunch and drinks. So the need to bring your own is not necessary. Everything aboard the Chaos Theory BTX is designed for the fishermen in mind. From the ample casting deck or the oversize casting platform, the Chaos Theory is all about comfort. The boat has a cooler on board for your food/ drinks but is limited in size so just bring the necessities. The boat is also outfitted with quality tackle so that you don't have to travel with yours. Sometimes traveling with rods, reels and tackle can be a real pain in the........... well you know. I would like to request that alcohol not be brought out due to the size constraint of the boats cooler. We'll save the beers for after the trip in celebration. You are more than welcome to bring some of your favorite fly patterns but it is not necessary. My box's are at the ready for anything we are going to encounter but yes I do understand the fact of catching a fish on your own fly so do bring some. Who knows, maybe I'll trade you for a few of mine.