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Everglades Inshore Trip

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Fishing in Islamorada
Fishing in Islamorada
Fishing in Islamorada
trip description for Islamorada Classic Trip in Islamorada

Fishing the Florida Keys is every fisherman's dream! Whether it's stalking the flats for sportfishing like Tarpon, Bonefish, and Permit, or exploring the backcountry up in the Everglades chasing down Redfish, Snook, and Snapper, sublime nature, and prolific trophy fish are literally everywhere down in the Florida Keys! Be one of the first to book a trip on this brand new 2021 Pathfinder 2500 Hybrid state-of-the-art fishing machine. Powered by a 300 HP Yamaha outboard. As authorized guides with the United States Park Service, we can explore the beauty of the Everglades National Park as we fish for a variety of species including Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Seatrout, Snapper, Tripletail and Sharks. The upper keys patch reefs, islands, and flats provide additional territory to explore and fish. All modern tackle and your fishing license are included, so just bring what you want to eat and drink. So head out with Captain Shawn who knows how to do it all! You'll meet up with him at Chris' Bait and Tackle, in Tavernier, which provides easy access and quick commutes to both the flats and the Everglades. Aboard his 25' Pathfinder you can decide what you'd like to fish for on that day. **Note** If you choose to go back into the Everglades National Park you will need to purchase a daily park pass which is only 15$ a person and can be purchased the morning of the charter on your smartphone. Read More

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Islamorada Classic Trip

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Fishing in Key Largo
Fishing in Key Largo
Fishing in Key Largo
trip description for Key Largo Bays and Backcountry in Key Largo

Head out aboard Captain Anthony's 25' Skeeter bay boat for a Florida Keys expedition unlike any other! On this trip, Captain Anthony will take you to explore the bountiful waters around Key Largo, from the abundant grass flats, to the endless maze of mangroves the Everglades has to offer! Captain Anthony is more than happy to cater the trip to your goals, so if there is a specific species you're looking to chase, let him know and he can make it happen. Possible species in the area include Speckled Trout, Mangrove Snapper, Snook, and even Tarpon! Captain Anthony will provide all of the fishing bait, tackle, and even licenses. All you need to bring are your favorite snacks and drinks, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, and a camera. Book your trip with Captain Anthony now and get out there! Read More

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Key Largo Bays And Backcountry

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Fishing in Tavernier
Fishing in Tavernier
Fishing in Tavernier
trip description for Classic Keys Flats and Backwater in Tavernier

Escape to the tropical paradise of the Florida Keys and embark on a classic fishing adventure with Captain Hunter! Hunter is a seasoned guide with a passion for fly fishing and a wealth of knowledge about the local waters. His 18 foot Chittum Skiff is the perfect vessel for exploring the shallow flats, backcountry channels, and pristine mangrove islands that make up this legendary fishing destination. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-time fisherman, Hunter will tailor your trip to your interests and skill level. If you're a fly fishing enthusiast, he'll show you the best spots for stalking Bonefish, Tarpon, and Permit on the flats. If you prefer light tackle spinning gear, he'll take you to where the action is with live bait and artificials. No matter what your preference, you're sure to have an unforgettable day on the water. As you cruise through the crystal-clear waters, you'll take in breathtaking views of the Keys' vibrant marine life, including colorful schools of fish, playful dolphins, and graceful sea turtles. With Hunter's expert guidance, you'll hone your fishing skills and experience the thrill of reeling in your catch. Book your classic fishing trip with Captain Hunter today and discover the magic of the Florida Keys! Read More

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Classic Keys Flats And Backwater

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Fishing in Miami Beach
Fishing in Miami Beach
Fishing in Miami Beach
trip description for Biscayne Bay Flats Frenzy in Miami Beach

Hop on board with Captain Ryan and prepare for an action packed South Florida fishing adventure! Providing conditions similar to the Florida Keys, Miami is a perfect spot to find the elusive Bonefish and other picture-worthy species not too far from a big city. On this 4 to 8-hour trip, Captain Ryan will take you into the Biscayne Bay inshores to go after Bonefish, Mangrove Snapper, Permit, and Redfish. You'll be using light tackle to attract these sought after fish. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced fisher, Captain Ryan will take you to the prime spots and give you some helpful pointers. Captain Robert will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. All you need is a valid Florida fishing license as well as some food and drinks. Come visit Miami and have a super fun time on the water with Captain Ryan! Read More

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Biscayne Bay Flats Frenzy

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Fishing in Miami Beach
Fishing in Miami Beach
Fishing in Miami Beach
trip description for Sportfishing Miami in Miami Beach

If you are looking for a charter boat fishing specialist or a qualified wildlife guide, Captain Ariel can help. With over 25 years of experience exploring the everglades, he knows the area and has fished in all types of conditions in these South Florida waters. Fish for a full or half-day in his 25' Custom Center Console, which is equipped to handle all possible fishing challenges in the area. The unparalleled maneuverability and shallow draft of this vessel allow our charters to access areas that are off-limits to other watercraft. **Types of Trips** *Flamingo Flats:* Premier destination for world-class fishing. *Whitewater Bay Backcountry:* Remote and underfished locale. *Biscayne National Park Flats & Oceanside:* Close to Miami, Key Largo, and Fort Lauderdale. *North Biscayne Bay:* Close to downtown Miami and Key Biscayne. *Everglades Water Conservation Areas and Miami:* Adjacent to Big Cypress National Preserve. Safety is your Captain's main concern aboard the boat, and his boat is equipped with the latest communications gear, from VHF radios to mobile satellite phones. Tackle, bait, and other equipment are also provided. Read More

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Sportfishing Miami

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Fishing in Islamorada
Fishing in Islamorada
Fishing in Islamorada
trip description for Islamorada Fishing Adventure in Islamorada

Embark on an unparalleled flats and inshore fishing experience with Captain Ken in the picturesque waters of Islamorada, FL. Captain Ken, at the helm of his meticulously maintained 2021 Maverick 17ft flats boat, invites you to explore the rich and diverse marine life of the Florida Keys on an unforgettable journey. Islamorada Fishing Trips offers a unique opportunity to target a variety of prized species, including Mangrove Snapper, Redfish, Permit, Tarpon, Sea Trout, Bonefish, and the elusive Permit. With Captain Ken's extensive knowledge of the local waters, you'll navigate the intricate flats and inshore habitats, providing optimal conditions for an exciting and rewarding fishing expedition. Flats fishing in Islamorada is renowned for its challenging yet rewarding nature, and Captain Ken's expertise ensures a memorable adventure for anglers of all skill levels. The 2021 Maverick 17ft flats boat, equipped with cutting-edge technology, enhances your chances of a successful catch while offering a comfortable and stable platform for your fishing pursuits. Florida Keys Fishing Trips are synonymous with world-class angling, and Captain Ken's dedication to providing a top-tier experience sets his excursions apart. Whether you're angling for the acrobatic Tarpon or the stealthy Bonefish, Captain Ken's commitment to excellence guarantees an immersive and educational journey into the heart of these vibrant fishing grounds. Book your flats and inshore fishing trip with Captain Ken today and discover the thrill of fishing in the pristine waters of Islamorada, FL. Experience the allure of the Florida Keys while pursuing some of the most coveted species in the region. It's an adventure in angling you won't soon forget. Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Miami redfish fishing charter

What are the best redfish fishing charters in Miami?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 47 redfish trip in Miami: Miami Fishing Adventure guided by Ken.

Our guides in Miami are rated a 4.97 out of 5 based on 2704 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 Redfish charter include Homestead, Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale.

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

What types of redfish fishing charters are common in Miami?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for redfish in Miami as well as inshore fishing, flats fishing, and nearshore fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Miami are light tackle fishing, live bait fishing, and artificial lure fishing but fly fishing and sight casting are popular as well.

How much do Miami redfish fishing charters cost?

for redfish in Miami prices can range anywhere from about $650 to $1,093, but the average price for a half day trip for redfish in Miami is $709. The average price for a full day trip for redfish in Miami is $918.

What month is best for redfish fishing in Miami?

The most popular season for redfish fishing in Miami is spring, and most anglers book their trips 10 days in advance.

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

You’re in luck! Our fishing tours in Miami 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.

What is redfish fishing in Miami all about?

Redfish, a prized species among anglers, inhabit the coastal waters of Miami, offering exciting opportunities for fishing enthusiasts. Known for their bronze-colored scales and distinctive spot patterns, redfish are revered for their strength and resilience during the fight. In Miami, these popular game fish can be found in a variety of habitats, including mangrove shorelines, grass flats, and shallow bays, making them accessible targets for anglers fishing from both boats and shore. Whether casting lures, live bait, or fly fishing, anglers can enjoy the challenge of enticing redfish to bite in the diverse environments offered by Miami's coastal waters.

One of the prime times to target redfish in Miami is during the cooler months of the year, particularly in the fall and winter. During this time, redfish become more active and move into shallower waters to feed, presenting anglers with excellent opportunities to hook into these hard-fighting fish. Additionally, the cooler water temperatures often result in increased activity from redfish, making them more receptive to various fishing techniques. Anglers can explore the expansive flats and mangrove-lined shorelines of Miami's backcountry areas, casting their baits or lures in search of feeding redfish.

Redfish are known for their willingness to strike a variety of baits and lures, making them a versatile species to target for anglers of all skill levels. Natural baits such as live shrimp, mullet, or crab, as well as artificial lures like soft plastics, spoons, and topwater plugs, can all be effective in enticing redfish to bite. Anglers can employ sight-fishing techniques in shallow water or blind-casting in deeper channels and flats to locate redfish. With their aggressive strikes and spirited fights, redfish fishing in Miami promises an exhilarating experience amidst the city's beautiful coastal scenery.

What are the most popular months to fish for redfish in Miami?

In Miami, understanding the seasonal patterns of redfish is essential for anglers looking to maximize their chances of success. While redfish can be found in the waters off Miami year-round, their behavior and abundance vary throughout the seasons. In the cooler months of fall and winter, redfish become more active and tend to move into shallower waters to feed. This period offers prime opportunities for anglers to target redfish in the expansive flats, shallow bays, and mangrove-lined shorelines of Miami's backcountry areas.

During the spring and summer months, redfish in Miami may become more scattered and less predictable as they adjust to warmer water temperatures. However, anglers can still encounter redfish in a variety of habitats, including grass flats, channels, and deeper channels. Sight-fishing becomes more prevalent during this time as anglers search for cruising redfish in shallow water, presenting exciting opportunities for sight-casting with lures or flies. Additionally, anglers may find success targeting redfish around structures such as docks, bridges, and mangrove roots, where they seek shelter and ambush prey.

Various environmental factors such as water temperature, tides, and bait availability influence the movements and behavior of redfish in Miami's waters. Anglers should stay informed about these seasonal nuances and adjust their fishing strategies accordingly. Whether it's targeting shallower waters in the cooler months or sight-fishing in the warmer months, understanding the seasonal patterns of redfish in Miami is key to enjoying consistent success on the water.

What techniques are popular for catching redfish in Miami?

Redfish fishing in Miami offers anglers a variety of effective techniques to target these prized game fish. One popular method is sight-fishing in shallow waters, particularly during the warmer months when redfish are more active. Anglers navigate the flats and shallows in search of cruising or tailing redfish, using polarized sunglasses to spot them against the sandy or grassy bottom. Once a redfish is spotted, anglers carefully present their bait or lure ahead of the fish's path, enticing it to strike with subtle movements or well-placed casts.

Another productive technique for redfish fishing in Miami is casting around structure such as mangrove shorelines, docks, and oyster bars. Redfish often seek shelter and forage for prey in these areas, making them prime spots to target. Anglers can use a variety of baits and lures, including live shrimp, mullet, or artificial soft plastics, to entice redfish hiding amongst the structure. It requires accurate casting and finesse to navigate around obstacles and present the bait or lure effectively to the waiting redfish.

For anglers targeting redfish in deeper water or along channels, trolling or drifting can be effective techniques. Anglers can troll with diving plugs, spoons, or live bait rigs to cover a wider area and locate schools of redfish. Drifting with live bait or cut bait along channels or drop-offs can also produce bites from redfish cruising for food. By varying the speed and depth of the presentation, anglers can experiment to find what triggers the most strikes from redfish in Miami's diverse fishing grounds.

What other species are popular in Miami?

While redfish fishing in Miami is undoubtedly exciting, anglers have a wealth of other species to target in the city's diverse waters. One such species is the snook, a prized game fish known for its powerful strikes and acrobatic leaps. Snook inhabit the mangrove-lined shorelines, bridges, and docks throughout Miami's backcountry areas, providing anglers with thrilling opportunities for both sight-fishing and casting. Whether using live bait, artificial lures, or fly fishing techniques, anglers can enjoy the challenge of hooking into these elusive and hard-fighting fish.

Another sought-after species in Miami is the tarpon, often referred to as the "silver king" due to its impressive size and strength. Tarpon migrate along the coast of Miami during the spring and summer months, offering anglers prime opportunities for sight-fishing and targeting these majestic fish. Anglers can find tarpon in a variety of habitats, including channels, flats, and nearshore waters, where they feed on baitfish and crustaceans. Using live bait, such as mullet or crabs, or casting artificial lures, anglers can experience the thrill of hooking into these powerful and aerially acrobatic fish.

Miami's diverse marine ecosystem also offers opportunities to target species such as snapper, grouper, mahi-mahi, and kingfish, among others. Whether fishing inshore along the mangroves or venturing offshore to reefs and wrecks, anglers can enjoy a wide range of fishing experiences year-round. With its warm climate, abundant fish populations, and numerous fishing opportunities, Miami provides anglers with endless opportunities to pursue their favorite species and discover new ones along the way.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Some times you are fortunate to meet people that leave a deep impression an impregnation on you. Captain Mark is one of these rare persons. I was fortunate to go fishing with him today and we had a blast. He is so kind, so full of knowledge, that I do recommend going fishing with him. His repeated actions around the wounded warrior project are a tribute to his care about his peers and good people in general.

    Cornelissen M. with Mark G. of Islamorada, Florida

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

    Unknown U. with Ron B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    I had a wonderful time with Brian on the water. I caught all kinds of different fish.

    Michael W. with Brian L. of Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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    Great guy, great trip

    Doug K. with Mike P. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Fantastic trip! We had a wonderful time!

    Diane S. with Jon-Paul H. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Our trip with Anthony totally exceeded our expectations. From the moment we met him we knew we were in for a wonderful experience. His equipment is all first class and his knowledge of the back bay is extensive. After putting us on many fish and constant action, we were able to catch a beautiful snook for the dinner table and a fish that was a trophy fish of a lifetime. He then suggested a local restaurant and suggestions on how to prepare our catch. The ambiance, service and food preparation was the best meal of our entire trip. We would highly recommend Captain Anthony and love to spend more time with him whenever possible.

    Grant F. with Anthony A. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great fishing trip with Josh . We got lots of fish - Redfish, Shark, and Jack Crevalle. Josh was a joy to be with and he taught us a few technics. Jack & Tami Green Rockwall, TX

    Jack G. with Joshua B. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Fishing with Captain Randy was a blast caught plenty of bonefish and some sharks Randy is a cool dude really enjoyed my trip

    Rick B. with Randy S. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    If you want to be inspired to be a better person, laugh, and catch the most fish out of the Islamorada marina Captain Mark is the way to go. Thanks Mark for a great day. Also thank you for your service to our country and continued surrport of disabled veterans!

    Brian S. with Mark G. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great work Captain Phil. Had a good time on the boat and caught fish all through the 8 hour day. Even when the bite slowed down captain phil ran all over to get back on the bite. We had our trout limit within the first hour of the fishing. He showed me allot of tips for casting under mangroves. Looking forward to another trip soon.

    Shaun T. with Mike P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great Captain! Friendly, accommodating + got us on fish!!!

    Rich C. with Ariel A. of Chokoloskee, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Damn great time on the water with Ben. He was willing to quickly adjust to last minute changes (remember, when you are replying to messages from Captain Experiences they might not get to the guide you are using through them). Ben got us into multiple species of fish using various methods of angling. When our time was up, we had a few "keepers" that Ben filleted up for us. It was a perfect day on the water. Thanks for the great time Ben and, more importantly, thank you for your service to our country! DO NOT HESITATE to book a trip with Ben.

    Lapene M. with Ben T. of Tavernier, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Ariel is a fantastic fishing guide, captain ariel is very nice and knowledgeable, the kids had fun and caught few nice fish , will definitely come back next year

    Maan B. with Ariel A. of Chokoloskee, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Awesome time! I took my son and nephew (both 16) and we caught 44 fish in 4 hours! Captain Brian was entertaining , encouraging, and enthusiastic about us catching fish. I would 100% book again!

    David C. with Brian L. of Fort Lauderdale, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Had two great days on the water with captain Eric. Even though it was pretty windy Captain Eric put me in fish. Enjoyed the fishing and enjoyed my time on the water with captain Eric. Next time I'm in the Keys I will be looking forward to fishing with Captain Eric.

    Bob M. with Eric S. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had the best experience with Andrew. He’s a born and raised in Key Largo local and he put us on a bunch of spots where fish were biting. He was so patient when we got tangled or lost our bait and was just in general super friendly and helpful. You can tell he spends his days on the water because there’s no place he’d rather be. And he also cleaned our fish with an amazing alacrity and gave us excellent recommendations on where we could have it cooked for us by highly acclaimed local chefs. It wasn’t just fishing, Andrew was the whole package.

    Erica B. with Andrew A. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We truly enjoyed our fly fishing trip with Capt GW. His boat was clean and comfortable and Capt GW was very personable and knowledgeable. We had some tougher conditions with wind that allowed him to give me so much needed help and encouragement on techniques to help my skills. But alas, no adrenaline moments of catching backwater fish, just the adrenaline of trying to make the right cast in the right spot. We saw a great deal of sea life as an addition to the friendly camaraderie, and that was a bonus.

    David H. with Gw D. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time.

    Gerald L. with Eric S. 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

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