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Fishing in Pompano Beach
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trip description for Pompano Sportfishing Fun in Pompano Beach

This trip gives you the opportunity to target Mahi Mahi, Blackfin Tuna, Cobia, Wahoo, Kingfish, Sailfish, and many other species. Beginners, intermediate, and experienced anglers who enjoy adventure and the chase will find this a fun and rewarding day! Rods, reels, tackle, bait, fishing license, cooler, ice, and bottled water are included. Live bait is an additional charge. We will troll with lures and dead bait if live bait is not available. Gratuity is appreciated. Interested in preserving your memories and mounting your trophy catches? Ask Captain Jonny for details. Read More

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Pompano Sportfishing Fun

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Fishing in Islamorada
Fishing in Islamorada
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trip description for 3/4 Day Trip in Islamorada

6 Hour 3/4 day trip for up to 6 people departs at 0630. You will be going out on a spacious 44' Express Marlago Jefferson Yacht. Twin 450 HP 3208 Caterpillar engines. Vessel is equipped with all the electronics needed. GPS, Sonar, Radar, VHF and more. You will be using top of the line tackle, rods and reels, Vessel is equipped with fighting chair, 2 large live wells, Outriggers, Center rigger, Downrigger and many other specific tools that we use to target all the different species that roam these Florida Keys waters. Summertime we may start on the reef then work offshore or we may run straight offshore. Depends what is happening each day. We will generally start by catching some live bait then either stop at the reef to target some snapper, Grouper etc or we may head straight offshore and target Blackfin Tuna, Mahi, Wahoo and many other species depending on the action each day. Wintertime we may stay close to the reef but target species such as Sailfish, Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna King Mackerel, and again can target the many Snapper species that thrive here. All you need to bring is whatever you would like to eat and drink and we have everything else ready for you to come aboard and enjoy a great day and create some unforgettable memories Please remember to thank your mate with a 20% tip. Read More

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trip description for Daily Drift Fishing Trips in Fort Lauderdale

On this shared trip you'll be join other guests on board for our daily reef fishing trip out of Fort Lauderdale. We fish this trip every day aboard our large 85ft party fishing boat on a 4 hour trip. We fish out in the ocean on the reefs offshore of Fort Lauderdale, bottom fishing for all the good eating reef fish such as snappers, groupers, porgies, grunts, jacks, triggerfish and more. Catch fish and have fun on an all-inclusive trip with captain and deckhands that will help you during the trip with the fishing. Trip includes all the gear, bait, tackle, licenses, rods/reels and coolers with ice. Deckhands are there with you to help you in using the equipment and catching the fish. They can teach you if you don't have experience. We're targeting numbers of fish over size of fish on this trip to maximize action for everyone and we usually do quite well. It's still fishing but even on slow days most people bring home a few. Whatever you catch is yours to keep and when we get back to the dock, our deckhands offer free fish cleaning and we have fish bags and ice for you to take your fish home. Our techniques are either drift fishing or anchor fishing, both are very similar forms of bottom fish fishing. We are using cut bait such as squid, ballyhoo and sardines and all this is provided. We're fishing about a mile offshore where it starts to get deep and we fish the reefs, wrecks, patch reefs, buoys and current edges where we know the fish are. We've been doing this for over 40 years in the same location and we fish every single day on the same schedule. Give us a try and we'd love to have you out with us. Read More

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Custom charter that can include family fishing, snorkeling, sandbar. Trip includes non alcoholic beverages (iced tea, waters, ginger ale), cooler with ice to BYOB, snorkel gear, sandbar toys (football , skip ball ,paddle ball), floats, and paddle boards . Bring your own cold lunch or select our "bring the grill," add on and bring a cooler of your own grill ready items. Read More

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Fishing in Islamorada
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trip description for Epic Islamorada Inshore in Islamorada

Head out for a half, 3/4 or full day Epic Fishing trip in the beautiful Florida Keys fishing for Tarpon, Redfish, Snook, Permit, Mangrove Snapper, Shark, Goliath Grouper, Spanish Mackerel, and much more! Captain Ron is an Islamorada Veteran with over 42 years of Experience chartering fishing trips in the Keys. Per his expert opinion, he recommends half-day 4-hour trips for novice anglers and families with kids. The 6-hour trip is more involved and gives you and your group more time to try different spots, and catch a variety of fish species that the Keys has to offer. And for those fishermen looking to catch everything, that one big fish, or try for the Backcountry slam, Captain Ron recommends the 8-hour full-day trip! No matter which trip you choose, Captain Ron will supply the fishing gear, and you should bring snack, drinks, a cap, sunblock, sunglasses and a camera. Come along and Enjoy!! Read More

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Fishing in Pompano Beach
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Everything to Know About Booking a Miami Beach cero mackerel fishing charter

What are the best cero mackerel fishing charters in Miami Beach?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 18 cero mackerel trips in Miami Beach, and the most popular trips in the area are Miami Beach Mixed Bag guided by Daniel and Luxury Off Shore Deep Sea Fishing guided by Ralph.

Our guides in Miami Beach are rated a 4.93 out of 5 based on 2705 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Other popular cities nearby for booking a Cero Mackerel charter include Pompano Beach, Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

Looking for kid friendly cero mackerel guides / fishing lessons in Miami Beach? Check out our beginner and family friendly cero mackerel guides in Miami Beach.

What types of cero mackerel fishing charters are common in Miami Beach?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for cero mackerel in Miami Beach as well as nearshore fishing, inshore fishing, and jetty fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Miami Beach are live bait fishing, bottom fishing, and cut bait fishing but heavy tackle fishing and light tackle fishing are popular as well.

How much do Miami Beach cero mackerel fishing charters cost?

for cero mackerel in Miami Beach prices can range anywhere from about $455 to $1,400, but the average price for a half day trip for cero mackerel in Miami Beach is $713. The average price for a full day trip for cero mackerel in Miami Beach is $1,398.

What month is best for cero mackerel fishing in Miami Beach?

The most popular season for cero mackerel fishing in Miami Beach is spring, and most anglers book their trips 14 days in advance.

Do I need a Miami Beach fishing license for cero mackerel and what are the bag limits for cero mackerel in Miami Beach?

You’re in luck! Our fishing tours in Miami Beach don’t require you to purchase a fishing license – your group is covered by your boat’s captain. See here for more information on bag limits and fishing season regulations in Miami Beach.

What is cero mackerel fishing in Miami Beach all about?

Cero mackerel, a popular game fish, can be found in the waters off Miami Beach, offering anglers exciting opportunities for sport fishing. Known for their speed and powerful runs, cero mackerel are prized by anglers for their challenging fights and delicious flesh. These fish are often found in nearshore and offshore waters, particularly around reefs, wrecks, and other underwater structures where they prey on small fish and crustaceans. Their striking appearance, with blue-green backs and silver sides adorned with yellow spots, makes them easily recognizable to anglers.

In Miami Beach, cero mackerel can be targeted throughout the year, but they are most abundant during the spring and summer months when water temperatures are warmer. During these seasons, cero mackerel migrate closer to the shore in search of baitfish, providing anglers with ample opportunities to catch them from boats or even from piers and jetties. Anglers often use a variety of techniques to target cero mackerel, including trolling with artificial lures or live bait, casting spoons or jigs, and drift fishing with live baitfish.

When targeting cero mackerel in Miami Beach, anglers should focus their efforts near areas of baitfish activity, such as schools of pilchards, ballyhoo, or threadfin herring. These predatory fish are known for their aggressive feeding behavior, so anglers may experience fast and furious action when a school of cero mackerel is feeding. Light to medium spinning tackle is commonly used to catch cero mackerel, with anglers employing fast retrieves to mimic the frantic movements of fleeing baitfish. Overall, cero mackerel provide anglers in Miami Beach with exciting opportunities for both recreational and sport fishing throughout the year.

What are the most popular months to fish for cero mackerel fishing in Miami Beach?

Cero mackerel, a sought-after game fish in Miami Beach, can be found in the waters year-round, but their abundance varies depending on the season. In Miami Beach, cero mackerel are most prevalent during the warmer months of spring and summer. As the water temperatures rise, cero mackerel migrate closer to the shore in search of baitfish, making them more accessible to anglers fishing from boats or even from the shoreline. During these seasons, anglers can expect to encounter larger schools of cero mackerel actively feeding near reefs, wrecks, and other structures.

During the fall and winter months in Miami Beach, cero mackerel tend to move offshore or into deeper waters as water temperatures drop. While they may still be present in the area, they are generally less abundant and may require anglers to venture farther offshore to locate them. However, some cero mackerel may remain nearshore throughout the year, particularly in areas with warmer water temperatures or abundant food sources. Anglers targeting cero mackerel during the cooler months may need to adjust their tactics and locations to find success.

Overall, cero mackerel can be caught in Miami Beach throughout the year, but anglers can expect the best fishing opportunities during the spring and summer seasons. These warmer months coincide with the peak of cero mackerel migration and feeding activity, making them prime times for anglers to target these fast and aggressive game fish. However, with the right techniques and knowledge of their behavior, anglers can still find success targeting cero mackerel during the fall and winter months in Miami Beach.

What techniques are popular for catching cero mackerel in Miami Beach?

When targeting cero mackerel in Miami Beach, anglers employ a variety of fishing techniques to maximize their chances of success. One effective method is trolling, where anglers slowly cruise along the shoreline or near offshore structures with lines trailing behind the boat. Using brightly colored lures or small baitfish imitations, anglers entice cero mackerel to strike as they mimic the movements of prey fish. Adjusting trolling speeds and depths can help anglers find the optimal presentation to attract cero mackerel in different conditions.

Another popular technique for catching cero mackerel in Miami Beach is casting and retrieving lures or live bait. Anglers may target cero mackerel near reefs, wrecks, jetties, or other structures where these fish are known to congregate. Casting lures such as spoons, jigs, or plugs and retrieving them at varying speeds can trigger strikes from cero mackerel, especially when they are actively feeding. Additionally, anglers may use live baitfish such as pilchards, mullet, or small pinfish to entice cero mackerel, either freelining or using a bobber or weighted rig to present the bait at the desired depth.

For anglers fishing from piers, jetties, or the shoreline in Miami Beach, bottom fishing with cut bait or live bait can also be effective for targeting cero mackerel. Rigging a leader with a small hook and adding a piece of cut bait such as squid, mullet, or shrimp can attract cero mackerel as they forage along the bottom. Using a float or weighted rig can help keep the bait at the appropriate depth and increase visibility to passing fish. Additionally, anglers may choose to fish with live baitfish or shrimp under a bobber to target cero mackerel near the surface, particularly during periods of high activity.

What other species are popular in Miami Beach?

Aside from targeting cero mackerel, anglers in Miami Beach have a wide array of other species to pursue. One popular option is the Spanish mackerel, which shares similar habitats and feeding behaviors with cero mackerel. Spanish mackerel are often found nearshore and offshore around reefs, wrecks, and bait schools. Anglers can use similar techniques such as trolling, casting lures, or bottom fishing with live bait to target Spanish mackerel, making them a versatile and exciting species to catch.

Another species commonly sought after by anglers in Miami Beach is the snook. These prized gamefish inhabit a variety of coastal habitats including beaches, mangroves, docks, and inlets. Snook are known for their aggressive strikes and powerful runs, making them a favorite among sport fishermen. Anglers often use live baitfish, artificial lures, or even fly fishing techniques to target snook, especially during their seasonal migrations and feeding frenzies along the coast.

Miami Beach also offers opportunities to catch a variety of bottom-dwelling species such as grouper and snapper. Gag grouper, red grouper, and black grouper are commonly found around offshore reefs, wrecks, and ledges, while mangrove snapper, yellowtail snapper, and mutton snapper inhabit shallower waters near structures like reefs, rocks, and jetties. Anglers use bottom fishing techniques with live or cut bait to entice these species, adjusting their rigs and presentations based on the specific habitat and conditions to increase their chances of success. Overall, Miami Beach provides anglers with a diverse range of fishing opportunities, ensuring there's something for every angler regardless of skill level or preference.

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    We booked a 3/4 day after speaking with the captain the (plan) was made to shoot out deep and if we were not hitting them we would come in on the 3/4 day booking rather than a full day. Captain troy and his first mate worked as hard as I have ever seen to get fish on the boat. Not sure but at one time I think he had a deep running plug in one marlin plug and 4 top water trolling plugs so it looked like they were shooting for many different depths. We finally got into the mahi-mahi it was on. The first mate and captain maneuvered through 4 men as quick as humanly possible pulling fish off the lines and baiting hooks and handing them back. The only true way to explain it would be controlled chaos. These guys are GREAT at what they do and both the first mate and the captain seem to be fantastic people in there own right. So if your looking for a hard working boat stop here at Miller Time....

    Vance T. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Excellent guide. Worked hard to get us into the fish. Caught over 40 fish. Having snapper and trout for dinner!

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    Chris was a great captain. Found water out of the wind. Found plenty of fish. Chis was cheerful and very helpful with baiting hooks and boating fish. Very hardworking captain. His boat was immaculate and he gave us a quick safety course before we launched.

    Mike P. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Had an absolute blast with Captain Chris! He was so nice and his passion and love for fishing made my bachelorette trip worthwhile! Our crew got to catch some great mackerel, yellowtail snapper and mutton snapper, plus more! Being able to celebrate my love for fishing and send off in the Keys with my gfs and Chris was the best! He got me on a huge tarpon hook up that I’ll absolutely never forget. Highly highly recommend this trip and we’ll certainly be back!!!

    Elizabeth G. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

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    We had a great full day trip with Captain Chris. Chris really helped my wife with his patience and encouragement fight big fish in deep water and use lighter tackle at the shallower wreck. She landed nice yellowtail, yellow jack, mackerel and amberjack. Chris worked hard all day keeping us in fish and rigged as the shark tax was high though the morning. At the end of the day we got great local restaurant recommendations and tips on cooking our catch. Loved the boat playlist! Highly recommend and hope to come back to fish with Chris again.

    John K. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

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    I have been fishing the keys for 10 years but learned a ton fishing with Captain Troy and first mate James. We caught a 2 man limit of nice sized yellow tail in 1.5 h. Very friendly folks made for a great day ! Highly recommend!

    Thomas J. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Captain Ron is a true pro and so nice. My family had a great fishing trip. 10 out of 10🙂

    Mark L. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

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    We had a blast fishing with Captain Troy and his crew! They did everything possible to provide us an exciting adventure during our vacation. We caught a variety of fish and enjoyed grilling them up that evening. We highly recommend Captain Troy for your Florida Keys fishing adventure.

    Patrick G. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Ron was awesome! Tons of fun. Caught dozens of fish. He was super helpful. Knew the good spots. Would totally recommend for a great family or couples excursion.

    Cameron S. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a wonderful day fishing with Chris. He is incredibly knowledgeable and his passion for fishing really shows. We had three younger kids with and he definitely knows how to make it a great experience for even the novice fishermen. We would definitely take another trip with captain Chris!

    Donald S. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Chris was amazing! He taught everyone how to properly fish and catch fish. We caught plenty of fish even though he said it was a light day. We were pretty excited to get a wide variety of fish including a couple different groupers and some nurse sharks. Hopefully his new term for the nurse shark will follow him on many voyages to come! We all had a great time would totally recommend and would love to come back!

    Kevin Z. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Ron is the best!!! We had a great morning on the water. We felt so confident in his boating and fishing knowledge. Absolutely headed back again for another day out on his boat. Just a great guy and Master Captain!!!!

    Diane D. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Outstanding!!!! Chris is the best fish guide I’ve ever been out with out of Islamorada.

    Juan A. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Ron was fantastic. He definitely knows where the fish are. He was also cordial and polite. Helped myself and my family the whole time. I highly recommend Captain Ron.

    Christian G. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Chris rocks!!! Personable and knowledgeable. Great day fishing. Will recommend

    Sharon with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Had a great time. Rod is super friendly and knowledgeable. We didn’t slay all the fish but still got some and had fun.

    Patrick O. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Wow what a great time we had. Captain Scott was awesome caught some fish, great conversation as well would recommend to anybody.

    Nickolas T. with Scott G. of Tavernier, Florida

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    Great trip!

    Brian S. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Scott was great

    Jacob H. with Scott G. of Tavernier, Florida

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    Captain Chris worked hard for each of us to catch a great fish! It was a lot of fun and can’t wait to get them to the grill!

    Dave H. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

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