Welcome to Biscayne Sport Fishing
Specializing in Light Tackle Angling in Biscayne Bay and the Florida Keys

  

South Florida offers world-class fishing year round, both inshore and offshore. What most don't realize, is that Miami has amazing fishing right within the city, and only gets better as you make your way through beautiful Biscayne Bay and into the Florida Keys. At night, you can experience one of my favorites, Tarpon and Snook fishing with the brilliant Miami skyline as your back drop. Most of the night-fishing will take place between Downtown Miami and Miami Beach, within sheltered waters, and we can even stop by any of the great restaurants on the water for a quick bite or cocktail. If you're down on a business trip with limited time available to you, this is the sure way to go. Day trips in Biscayne Bay can be spent on the flats for Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon, or Snook and Redfish, or live-baiting for Gag Grouper and Mutton and Snapper. If its big sharks or barracuda that you are after, we can definitely do that, as well.

Key Largo and Islamorada also offer world-class fishing for these species. Spring time is the busiest time of year in the Florida Keys because this is when huge schools of Tarpon make their annual migration through the area. Dozens of flats boats will line up in wait to place a fly in front of these moving fish. This is probably one of the greatest rewards in saltwater light tackle angling, to land that 100lb+ tarpon on fly. You don't have to travel to the keys to be in prime fishing, though. Key Largo is fishable running through Biscayne Bay out of Homestead, which is less than a 30 minute drive from Miami International Airport. There are several marinas in between that can also put you right into it. But honestly, anywhere you are in Biscayne Bay, there's fish close by, waiting to be caught.