Biscayne Bay is right in Miami’s backyard. The bay’s protected waters made it a place settled early by the Tequestas and later by the Spanish. Today the bay has an urbanized northern part and a more open and less developed southern part. Most of the south bay is included in Biscayne National Park. Both north and south have exciting but different fisheries. Just a short drive to one of the excellent Miami-Dade County Park marinas put you on the water for a day or night of fishing on the flats, reefs, inlets and channels that make Biscayne Bay fishing a round the clock, year round proposition.
Fly or spin fishing available to sight fish in the crystal clear water of Biscayne Bay.
Biscayne Bay’s glamour species are available on the flats that line both east and west sides of the bay. The extensive grass flats, some of which contain unique stilt houses, also feature world class Bonefish and Permit fishing. Tarpon as well cruise the deeper flats especially in the spring.
The east side channels between the flats hold snapper, grouper, sharks, Barracudas and many other species. This fishing is done within sight of the magnificent Miami skyline. The west side flats have Sea Trout and Redfish in addition to Bonefish and Permit while the middle of the bay hosts Mackerel, Bluefish and with the right location grouper and snapper.
Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon, Snapper, Grouper, Sharks, Barracudas, Trout, Redfish, Mackerel, Bluefish, Sea Trout, Mutton Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Yellow Tail Snapper, Lane Snapper, Grouper, Pompano, Barracuda, Jacks, Ladyfish and many more!
Because there are so many places to launch into Biscayne National Park, we have provided the following links to help you choose. If you'd prefer us to select an appropriate launch point based on the fish you'd like to catch, just call us!
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