Biscayne Bay Flats Fishing
A world class fishery located within sight of Downtown Miami. Anglers from all over the world travel to South Florida to chase Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon. So close, yet a world away, the flats of Biscayne Bay are home to some of the biggest bonefish anywhere. Shots at a double digit Bonefish are a reality. Permit roam the flats and channel edges and Tarpon from juvenile to over 100 pounds make the famous Flats Grand Slam a real possibility. Whether traveling to Miami for business or pleasure you owe it to yourself to see the aquamarine waters and lush grass flats that hold the three most famous flats species.
The bonefish in Biscayne Bay remains consistent year round. Mild winters allow us to target bonefish while the rest of the country is draped in snow. Spring, summer and early fall are very productive and allow us to fish longer days. Prime Biscayne Bay bonefish begin in February and continue into July. The dog days of summer allow us to not only target bonefish but additional species like permit and tarpon make for a great day on the water . We target them on fly or with hand tied jigs on light tackle. This is the sight fishing pinnacle. If you have never experienced the blazing speeds of a bonefish, it is one you will never forget.
Miami Permit Fishing
The fish everyone loves to hate. Permit fishing in Biscayne Bay gets going in March and is at its peak from May through October. Permit can be found as singles and up to large groups traveling the sandy banks, shallow flats, and hard edges of Biscayne Bay. Although we see Permit in the Bay year round, the cooler months for permit greatly depend on weather and water temperature. If you want the ultimate challenge in fly fishing or test your skills with a hand tied jig, there is nothing like a Permit fishing Biscayne Bay.
Miami Tarpon Fishing
Each year anglers flock to South Florida for “tarpon season” March through July hoping to dance with the silver king. The migrating fish begin in the spring and tarpon fishing in Biscayne Bay offers opportunities at fish heading both south and north. During the warmer months we can find the smaller and juvenile tarpon in early mornings before we proceed to stalk bonefish and permit. For those looking for the Grand Slam it is a real possibility from March through October.