When fishing the Everglades and the 10,000 Islands, even the Seminole and Miccousukee Indians prefer Captain Corey Mac.
Chief James Billie
Seminole Tribe of Florida
(we no get lost catch BIG fish)

"If I want to fish in the real out-of-the way places that only an Everglades native guide knows, I go with Captain Corey McMillin. He has the quiet skills and knowledge that not only make for successful fishing, but provide me with confidence, serenity and the pure pleasure of his company. I've fished with some of the most famous guides in the world, on TV, but for a great private, productive fishing trip in the Everglades, I'll take Capt. Corey McMillin."
Ted Juracsik
(Custom fly fishing and marine equipment manufacturer,
regular guest on ESPN's Walker's Cay Chronicles)

"Captain Corey Mac is a young man who grew up aboard his father's boat in the Everglades. He had his own boat and was plying these waters, alone, when he was 9 years old. He can almost navigate around here blindfolded and instinctively knows where the fish are. When I want to fish in the backwaters of the Everglades National Park, why would I want to fish with anyone else?"
Larry Block
(International Fisherman, Director, Naples Fishing Club)

"I spend a certain part of my time photographing nature scenes, both with still and video cameras. When I want to work in the 10,000 or the 'Park,' I chose Captain Corey Mac because of the combination of his knowledge of the area, the capability of his boat to reach remote places, and his personal ability to describe the history associated with this region."
Joe Maslach
(Executive Director, Viewfinder Productions International;
Producer, Lighthouses of the World series)

Captain Corey McMillin
Chokoloskee Florida

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