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April 21, 2015

Fishing spots in miami

So you finally bought a boat and went out with your friend that says he knows how to fish but never seem to catch a thing. We have put together a guide on the most popular fishing spots to go to in Miami. If you go on a Miami Fishing Charter will not only help you to get familiar with the water but fishing charter captains fish every day and usually have years of experience on where to fish and techniques and tricks they have developed over the years. Miami has some of the best fishing spots in the world. Here are the most popular fishing spots to go to in Miami that will surely land you some keepers.

Shallow water fishing, backcountry, and flats fishing

Blackpoint Marina fishing spot

Black Point Marina is located in Miami-Dade County a couple minutes south of Cutler Bay, Fl. It is a popular Marina in Miami and has an excellent restaurant where you can have a cold beer and some delicious calamari. Just outside of the channel it is a great place to fish for a variety of fish.

What you’ll find at this fishing spot:

Barracuda, Tarpon, Snook, Red Drum(Redfish), and if your lucky Bonefish.

Maule Canal Mouth fishing spot

Black Point Marina is located in Miami-Dade County a couple minutes south of Cutler Bay, Fl.

What you’ll find at this fishing spot:

Snook, Tarpon

Tahiti Beach fishing spot

Black Point Marina is located in Miami-Dade County a couple minutes south of Cutler Bay, Fl.

What you’ll find at this fishing spot:

Snook, Tarpon

Haulover Inlet in North Miami fishing spot

Between 300 feet and 900 feet from the Haulover inlet are some great fishing spots.

What you’ll find at this fishing spot:

Spanish mackerel, Snapper, Jacks, Blue Runners, Bluefish, Snook, Tarpon

Deep Water offshore fishing spots

Category: Fishing Tips

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