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Q? How many people can go on the charter?
A. We ask that you book no more than 3-4 people for a charter. This ensures there is ample room and equipment for everyone.
Q? Where can we fish and what types of species can we target?
A. You can select from Everglades National Park: Flamingo, Biscayne Bay, and Naples: Ten Thousand Islands. You will have the opportunity to target several species including, but not limited to Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Sea Trout, Red Drum, Tripple Tail, Snapper, and even sharks.
Q? What should I bring?
A. Miami Inshore Fishing Charters takes pride in providing excellent service and we take care of everything. We provide all gear, tackle, bait, and any necessary fishing supplies. We also have sunblock, bug spray, and limited rain protection one the boat. You don’t really need to bring anything, except maybe a hat, sunglasses, and a long sleeve shirt, but you are welcome to bring anything to make you feel comfortable.
Q? What style of boat will we be fishing on?
A. We will be fishing on a 21ft Release bay boat. The boat is equipped with a poling platform, trolling motor, Power Pole, GPS, and a Yamaha motor. You also have the option to fish from a 15ft Gheenoe, which allows access to no motor zones and hard to reach areas.
Q? Can I bring my own stuff?
A. Yes, you are welcome to bring anything that would make you feel comfortable, but please let me know ahead of time if you will be supplying your own food, drinks, and/or gear.
Q? Do I need a fishing license?
A. No, you will not need a fishing license as my license will cover up to six people.
Q? I’m a beginner, can I book a trip with you and how do I decide where I want to fish?
A. Miami Inshore Fishing Charters is happy to help new fishermen and women discover the joys of fishing. Depending on the time of year, we can make recommendations for you. Just give us a call at 305.282.3086 or send us an e-mail and we can discuss your questions and we will guide you through the entire process.
Q? Can I bring my kids?
A. Yes! You can bring the kids. Depending on their age, we can go to specific areas to catch fish that are easy, safe, and fun.