Biscayne National Park
Biscayne Bay is located within Biscayne National Park, at the Southeast tip of mainland Florida. In contrast to the remote Everglades, Biscayne Bay is bordered by the Miami skyline and its booming, year-round tourist industry. Schools of Tarpon, Bonefish, and Permit frequent the waters of Biscayne Bay, many calling its waters home. It is not uncommon to watch and stalk tailing Bonefish or Permit in the serenity of the Bay, and just minutes later have the roaring engine of a commercial jetliner soar over on its way into or out of Miami's International Airport.
Much of the Bay's waters are crystal clear, and offer excellent sightfishing opportunities. Anglers of all ages and skill levels are able to try their hand at targeting some of the world's most sought after fish here - on spin or fly, using both artificial and live bait presentations. A short drive from Miami, the Bay is a jewel that holds priceless opportunities for both the inshore and offshore fisherman. We regularly target Snook, Seatrout, Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon, Sharks, Snappers, Grouper, Barracuda, and plenty of other species in Biscayne Bay year-round.
My hope as your fishing guide is to share the unique beauty and diversity that the Biscayne National Park and its Biscayne Bay have to offer, as well as offer instruction on the preservation and conservation of this treasure. On your charter with me, be sure to ask questions - I strongly believe that on each and every trip we take, there is something new to be seen, heard, or experienced!