Miami Fishing Charters Haulover
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Miami Fishing Charters Haulover

Miami Fishing Charters Haulover is where you will find the all new 57′ Capt. Jay’s Spellbound Miami Fishing Charters boat at the Haulover Park Marina. Miami Fishing Charters Haulover offer the best Deep Sea Charter fishing off Miami and Miami Beach. The Haulover Park Marina is just a quick 15 minute ride out to the deep reef and Gulf Stream.Miami Fishing Charters Haulover

Miami Fishing Charters Haulover

Miami Fishing Charters Haulover Park Marina is one of the oldest Charter fishing fleets in South Florida. The Haulover Park Marina and charter fleet were established in 1948. The Miami Fishing Charters Haulover tradition is 68 years old and going strong. Novice fishermen and avid anglers alike, have been coming to the Haulover Park Marina to fish the cobalt blue waters of the Gulf Stream for many years.

Let’s Go fishing off Haulover Inlet…

Miami Fishing Charters HauloverWe can start fishing just yards off the beach. Spanish Mackerel, Jack Caravel, Bluefish, Kingfish, Barracuda and Tarpon. These are just a few of the great game fish available just off Haulover Beach. Just a mile further off shore on the reef, you may find… Grouper, Snapper, Amberjacks and many other reef fish. On the surface of the Gulf Stream we find Sailfish, Sharks, Tuna, Mahi Mahi (Dolphin Fish), Wahoo and others. Lees than three miles off Haulover Beach we may get shots at Swordfish & Marlin. On the bottom of the deep ocean we catch Golden Tilefish, Black Belly Rose Fish and many other exotic fish.

The History Of The Haulover Park Marina

The Dade County Commission procured the beach front property in 1940 following a lobbying effort for a $2 million municipal bond ($33.8 million, adjusted for current inflation) by county commissioner Charles H. Crandon for the purchases of northern Key Biscayne (what became Crandon Park) and the beach north of Baker’s Haulover Inlet, then called Ocean Beach.[1]

Construction began on beach facilities in 1941, halted soon afterward due to funding holds following the onset of World War II. Work on the property resumed in 1945,[2] and park was renamed Haulover Park in January 1947, opening to the public the following year in late 1948.[3][4]

The northern 0.4-mile (0.6 km) of the 1.5-mile (2.4 km) shoreline is a nude beach officially recognized and approved by the government of Miami-Dade County. The clothing-optional section was first designated by South Florida Free Beaches, a local naturist organization, in July 1991. The county at first tolerated but did not sanction the usage; it eventually allowed the installation of permanent signs marking the clothing-optional area, which were installed in December 1993. The clothing-optional area features lifeguards and a food and umbrella rental concession. It is the largest public nudist beach in the U.S. and attracts 1.3 million visitors per year.[5]  (curtesy of Wikipedia)