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Biscayne Bay SNook

Fishing in Biscayne Bay for snook is best during the night.  Every year starting in late June through August we have big breeder snook that stack up in our inlets.  These snook can range from 30" to 40".  We target these big snook on artificial lures and also live bait.  It is not uncommon to have double digit numbers of over slot snook caught on any given night.  Do not miss out  on the action and contact me to reserve a good tide and moon phase to get on this incredible snook bite.

Biscayne Bay Mutton Snapper

Fishing in Biscayne Bay for inshore Mutton Snapper is one of my favorite fish to target in Biscayne Bay starting every year in the fall through winter.  During the fall in Biscayne bay we start to get a good amount of bait such as pilchards and the Mutton Snapper are not too far away.  We will fish many finger channels, grass flat edges, shallow patch reefs, and other inshore fishing structures that hold these hard fighting mutton snapper.  Once we have them fired up we can also target them on a variety of artificial lures.  Do not miss out on the fall and winter inshore mutton snapper run and book your trip to get on the action.

Everglades Slam

Fishing in the Florida Everglades out of Flamingo Bay Marina  offers anglers the opportunity to land the Everglades slam fishing on the flats and mangrove shorelines.  An Everglades slam consist of three species including the snook, sea trout and redfish.  On this trip we caught multiple slams fishing the flats and fishing inshore mangrove shorelines.  We used primarily soft plastic shrimp baits from Monster3x. Book a trip in the Florida Everglades out of Flamingo bay Marina and go catch your Everglades Slam.  

Biscayne Bay Yellow Jacks

Miami Biscayne Bay inshore fishing has a great yellow jack fishery.   These hard fighting yellow jacks can be caught on a variety of techniques and lures.  My favorite technique is to jig channels using a monster 3x shrimp on a jig head.  You can also target yellow jacks with hard baits, top water, live bait, and fly rod.  These yellow jacks can weigh over ten pounds and will put your tackle to the test with hard long runs.  Yellow jacks are also great eating,  and can be prepared many different ways especially sashimi.  

Biscayne Bay Hog Fish

Miami Biscayne Bay inshore patch reef fishing is a great trip to keep the rods bent.  On a recent trip we had a mixed bag of mangrove, mutton snapper, porgies, yellow jacks, and hog fish.  Raul got this beautiful hog fish measuring 22 inches on a recent trip. Most people think you can only get hog fish by spear, but we often catch hog fish on rod and reel using shrimp over patch reefs and hard bottom.  These hog fish are one of the best eating fish there is and put up a great fight.  

Biscayne Bay Mutton Snapper

Miami Biscayne Bay inshore fishing produces quality mutton snapper.  On a recent trip we had a mixed bag of mangrove and mutton snapper to fill the cooler.  We target the mutton snapper in channels and shallow patch reefs with live bait and also artificial lures using medium to light tackle.  This mutton snapper was the largest of the day at 23".


Located in the center of Miami, Biscayne Bay offers and incredible tarpon fishery.  On a recent four trip we hooked five tarpon landing one.  We also landed this Permit which was a first for my client.  Take advantage of Miami Night Tarpon Fishing and book your trip.  


Evan had one request and it was to catch his personal best snook. We fished out in the back country of Everglades National Park fishing deeper shorelines where the larger snook like to feed.  Evan is a very skilled angler at only 13 years old and got the bite he was looking for. After a few hard runs,Evan landed his personal best snook at 32".  If quality size snook is what you want, the everglades can delivery your trophy.


Book your Trip today for the catch of a lifetime.

Feburary-June is prime time for Miami night Tarpon fishing. Double-digit hook up's are common during a night trip. These Tarpon average between 60-120 lbs.  


Snapper tacos was the goal of the trip and these guys got their limit of Mangrove Snappers as well a few Yellowtail.


Federico from Brazil set out to catch his first Permit on the flats and got this one tailing on a Biscayne Bay flat.

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