FLORIDA BAY FISHING SPOTS – BISCAYNE BAY, FLORIDA BAY AND EVERGLADES
Florida Bay is the part of the Everglades National Park that consists of the lagoon between the southern end of the Florida mainland and the Florida Keys, excellent “flats fishing” due to shallow depths of the water. It is approximately 1,000 square miles of grassy mud banks, mangroves and basins providing excellent feeding for a large number of marine animals and game fish including Large mouth Bass, Redfish, Snook, Tarpon, and Snapper.
Captain Brian has fished in many of the hottest spots in South Florida’s famous backcountry. With his Pathfinder boat, equipped with GPS, Captain Brian is discovering new fishing hotspots every week. The Biscayne bay is sandwiched between Miami and the Florida Keys, Biscayne Bay is perhaps one of the most underrated fishing destinations in Florida. The Miami waterfront borders Biscayne Bay on the north and is a hub for a broad spectrum of diverse lifestyles and activiti..
Biscayne Bay fishing spots offers inshore and flats fishing spots galore! Enjoy Fishing on Biscayne Bay with our professional Captain Brian with over 40 of the best fishing spots throughout the Bay area. He fishes the best fishing spots in Biscayne Bay for Snook, Tarpon, Permit, Bonefish, Mangrove Snapper and more!
Biscayne Bay is located near Key Biscayne, Homestead, Miami, Florida City and the surrounding areas. The fishing here is a flats and inshore, light tackle fisherman’s paradise! Captain Brian is obliged to his customers by precisely placing them on top fishing spots and comments on the Biscayne Bay fishing map. This allows fishermen to view and use these fishing spots on the water and off the water after his guide trips.
With mangrove shorelines, seagrass meadows, sand flats, reefs and shipwrecks, the park offers diverse fishing experiences. Fishing and other harvesting activities are largely governed by state law. Captain Brian works with the State of Florida to promote regulations and ensure the sustainability of fisheries resources.