Miami Florida Fishing Charters
Fishing in Miami
Miami is perfect for both experienced sport fishermen and novice anglers. Take in some of Miami’s heat while deep sea fishing at the border of the Gulf Stream or flats fishing along Biscayne Bay. The bay’s marine environment is filled with mangroves and coral reefs, different types of fish, and not to mention, a warm and swift current. You will be sure to reel in a big one!
When you plan to fish in Miami, make sure to visit Biscayne Bay and the Everglades. The flat waters of the Everglades or the reflective blue from the Gulf Stream are ideal for spending the day under the Miami sun. Miami will promise you tropical weathers from day to night!
What You’ll Catch
Miami is one of the best locations to fish. The marinas are filled with different fishing charters, from sport fishing charters to leisure fishing charters so you can spend a day enjoying the wonderful views of the bay while catching fish. Go deep sea fishing and reel in tuna, snappers, groupers, and mahi-mahi. Flats anglers are on the search for tarpon, bonefish and sharks, and if you prefer sport fishing, be sure to keep an eye out for marlin, giant tuna, and sailfish.
Although fishing in Miami is year round, the best time to fish is late Fall through Spring. Make sure to ask your experienced guide to help plan your fishing trip. They will be able to advise you on how to get the correct fishing permits, equipment, and recommend you to the best spots for a perfect catch.
Before You Go
It is important to keep in mind the boating and fishing regulations in the area. In order to fish anywhere in Florida, you need to obtain a Florida fishing license. Separate freshwater and saltwater licenses or combination licenses are available for purchase through the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission or some of the bait and tackle shops in select areas. We recommend that you also bring a copy and read through Florida’s fishing regulations guides. These guides are filled with information on rules, seasons, and limits while you are out angling on the water.