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If there was a favorite fishing spot in the world it would be Florida and the waters of Miami is an angler’s paradise. With a location so close to the Gulfstream fishing in Miami is some of the best in the world. Miami’s waters are thick with fish. Big Game pelagic fish like the Blue Marlin, Sailfish, Swordfish, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi and Tuna are found in the deep waters while Grouper, Snapper, Kingfish, Cobia and Sailfish in the shallower waters just off the coast. With this diversity of fish, it is no wonder that Florida is called the fishing capital of the world.
Offshore fishing involves running further offshore in or near the Gulfstream. Many might think that this would be miles and miles from shore and in the Northeastern part of the United States it is 100 miles out but in reality, it is only two miles off the shores of Miami Beach. Many of the fish that anglers look to fish for live in the warmer waters within the Gulfstream’s current. This means that the Tuna, Marlin, Swordfish, Sailfish, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi and other fish are located just a few minutes away.
Fishing methods vary depending on what you are looking for but the method most used is trolling. Trolling is having one or more fishing lines are in the water at one time baited with either lures or bait fish while the boat is moving. Trolling is a great method because it covers a lot of area and the more chances of getting on the fish. Trolling is great for catching; Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo,Kingfish, Barracuda, Sailfish and the elusive but fun to catch Billfish.
Another method is for the Captain to troll around looking for birds and debris. This is a good indicator of fish in the area. This method is great for Mahi-Mahi.
There are many other methods used by our experienced crew to help get on the fish
The Mahi-Mahi are best caught during the summer months but their season runs from early April to Late September. November to May is the time to come down to South Florida for your best chances to hook a sailfish. The winter months of December to February are the optimal months.
One of the easiest ways to catch fish in Miami is fishing the reefs and wrecks, both the real shipwrecks off the coast and the artificial wrecks sunk to improve the fish population. Fishing on the reefs and wrecks we catch a lot of different fish. With the methods we use; live bait, jig fishing, chicken rigs and kite fishing you can expect to catch Groupers, Snapper, Jacks, Cobia, Mackerel, Barracuda and Sailfish. We fish in waters from 35 feet to 400 feet which are only minutes away from the Miami shoreline.