Book a trip with Wild Life Charters and come experience Miami deep sea fishing to the fullest. Captain Peter Munteanu and First Mate Johnny Vilorio are highly experienced guides who enjoy bringing their guests the best these waters have to offer. Join them and reel in some of the most sought-after prizes in sport fishing!
Step aboard the Wild Life, a tournament-rigged 45’ Hatteras powered by twin Detroit 8V71 diesel engines. Featuring a full Tuna tower and Furuno marine electronics, this boat is fitted for some serious game fishing.
On board you will find a fighting chair and top of the line tackle, including Penn and Shimano fishing reels mounted onto custom-built Leeward Rods. The boat can carry six passengers. An air-conditioned cabin and clean bathrooms cater to your comfort.
The waters of Miami are home to a variety of game fish, such as Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, King Mackerel, Cobia, Snapper, Grouper, and much more. Capt. Pete specializes in light tackle and kite fishing, bottom fishing, and other live bait methods. He will see to it that you land your catch using the most effective technique.
Standing by is First Mate Johnny Vilorio, an accomplished lifelong fisherman who is both knowledgable and fun to fish with. Fluent in Spanish and dedicated to customer happiness, he’s here to make sure your trip is successful and enjoyable.
Wild Life Charters depart out of the Crandon Park Marina on Key Biscayne. A fishing license and all the gear you need are provided. Depending on the species, you are welcome to keep your catch and Capt. Pete will clean and bag it for you.
Please note that a 18-20% gratuity for the First Mate is customary.
Come aboard today for deep sea fishing in Miami and a catch to remember!
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Custom Hatteras Sportfish (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1971. Powered by 2 450HP Detroit 8V71 diesel engines.
Types of Fishing
When paying the remaining balance with a credit card, there is a 2% fee.
About the Captain
Member since October 2014