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MIAMI INSHORE FISHING is fun, exciting, and action packed!

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If you are looking for a fishing charter from Miami, FL, you've come to the right place! Our fishing trips are about making your experience unique, fun, and memorable. No matter your age, or level of expertise, Miami Inshore Fishing Charters can put you on fish. We target a wide variety of fish in Biscayne Bay (Miami's Bay), the Everglades, Flamingo, and more. We invite you to enjoy South Florida's pristine waters with coworkers, friends, and family. Yes, you can take the kids fishing too!

We take pride in providing excellent service, and we go above and beyond to make your fishing trip easy, and worry-free.

We provide the essentials for a successful fishing trip...

  • Fishing License
  • Gear & Tackle
  • Bait & Ice
  • High-resolution Digital Fishing Photos of Your Trip
  • Sunblock and Bug Spray
  • Hearty Lunch and Snacks.
  • Fish Cleaning

Booking Info..

Fishing Miami, the Everglades, & Biscayne Bay For....

  • Snook & Tarpon
  • Red Drum/Redfish
  • Bonefish
  • Sea Trout
  • Snapper
  • Grouper
  • Sheepshead
  • Mackerel
  • Shark

Why Inshore Fishing?

When people think of charter fishing in Miami, they often think of deep sea fishing for snapper, marlin, mahi-mahi, or grouper, however, Miami inshore fishing is just as exciting, and often times, more productive!

When we hear deep sea reports of people catching a few Mahi-Mahi, a couple grouper, or maybe an Amberjack and a few snapper, we have to smile because, our inshore report is much different!

For example, on any given fishing trip you might expect an inshore fishermen to report:

"We caught, 30 trout, a dozen Sheepshead, a couple really nice Snook, a Black grouper..."

There are some clear advantages to booking an inshore fishing trip, as opposed to a deep sea fishing trip from Miami, Florida. Some advantages of inshore fishing are: shorter travel times to and from fishing spots, frequent to constant fishing action, a wider variety of target species (including many offshore species), no large seas & SEA SICKNESS, and you still have the opportunity to land that "monster fish" of a lifetime!