Fishing is a fantastic sport and pastime. It mixes physical exercise with time spent with family and friends in the great outdoors. What could be better than a day on the water with some friends?
It might be difficult to understand the difference between inshore, nearshore, offshore, and deep-sea fishing. If you’re new to charter fishing in Miami or anywhere else, you might be wondering what’s inshore and offshore fishing before you book your trip. Both have their benefits and make for a wonderful day of fishing, despite their differences.
You won’t need a large boat for inshore fishing. Smaller and faster inshore fishing charters are the norm. Larger sport-fishing boats that can handle harsher open seas are known as offshore boats.
Fish You’ll Find Inshore
You can’t expect to catch the biggest fish you’ll ever see while fishing inshore. During an inshore trip, you just won’t catch the huge marlin or shark that you would hope to capture. What you can count on, though, is a great time catching tenacious, high-volume fish.
Redfish are a desirable species because they are energetic feeders that will eat both live bait and lures. Anglers that frequent inshore waters also enjoy snook, flounder, and black drum.
If you’re searching for a big fish, go after a tarpon, which isn’t a food fish but provides good sport for fishers who want a tough battle. The bonefish, which lives on shallow flats and needs a hunter’s patience and stealth, is one of the most elusive inshore species.
Fish You’ll Find Offshore
Offshore fishing allows you to catch deep-sea fish, which opens up a whole new fishing world. What kind of fish can you expect to catch, though? It all depends on where you go fishing. There are many different types of fish to catch in Florida, including Snapper, Grouper, Mahi Mahi, Mackerel, and the list goes on. Because offshore fishing allows you to move a lot, it’s also feasible to target different regions depending on where the fish are that day.
When is the best time to fish?
The weather and seasons have an impact on offshore fishing. Because big-game fish are migratory and follow the baitfish, they spend time in specific locations.
Inshore fish can be found all year, and you can fairly well predict what to anticipate on the fishing grounds. Whatever sort of fishing boat or charter you’re on, they’ll have the right tackle for whatever kind of fish you’re after.
Our aim at Miami Inshore Fishing Charters is to offer you an unforgettable day, free of worries about supplies and other inconveniences, so you can focus on catching fish. We do this by providing professional Miami fishing charters with an experienced Captain that enjoys fishing and understands how to treat customers.