Biscayne Bay gives Miami a remarkable combination of fishing options and vibrant city life.
For the saltwater fisherman, it’s pretty hard to beat Miami. With good fishing all year round and many different types of readily available water, this might be the place for your next fishing trip. In Miami, you can wade the flats for bonefish and permit, or head out to sea and chase swordfish, sailfish, mahi mahi, and even marlin. If that doesn’t suit you, spend a day cruising around the Florida Everglades, casting to snook, redfish, and rolling tarpon. Most of our guides have been fishing these waters for decades and have an intimate knowledge of the habits of each different species during different times of the year. The combination of prolific fishing grounds and knowledgeable guides will put you on your target species any day.
After fishing, there is tons to do in Miami. You won’t be wondering how to keep yourself busy during your days off the water. If you’re a fisherman and you go to Miami, we can promise that you’ll never get bored. It’s a fishing trip the whole family can get behind.
- 74° 61° Dec-Feb
- 79° 69° Mar-May
- 89° 79° Jun-Aug
- 84° 75° Sep-Nov
Top fish species to target in Miami, FL
I have fished as a full-time fishing guide for 15 years, and I am fully insured and licensed. I have a United States Coast Guard 100 Ton Masters License, and all USCG safety equipment as required by law. My boat is checked and approved for safety each year by the USCG Auxiliary. We'll be fishing from an 18-foot flats boat. I am easy going and hard working, and take great pride in teaching about and sharing this incredible resource with my guests. I have been participating in University of Miami's Rosenstiel School bonefish tagging program since 1999. Capt. Steve Horowitz fishes year-round.