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Key Biscayne Fishing Seasons
Biscayne Bay is very clear in January, making it the perfect place for some sight fishing for prized inshore fish. If you’ve got the guts to take on the waves offshore, then Sailfish will keep you on your toes!
The offshore bite is still hot, but you’ll also find anglers going after Bonefish in the clear waters. That can be a load of fun, especially if you’re packing flies, so February is great for all kinds of angler.
Offshore fishing heats up come March, with Blackfun Tuna making their way along the Gulf Stream. If inshore fishing is more your thing, then Tarpon numbers in the bay rise towards the end of the month.
Get ready for huge numbers of Bonefish to be waiting for you inshore, adding to the Tarpon bite that's red hot. Fishing the Biscayne Bay has never been more exciting, and it's before peak season hits!
Blue and White Marlin will be making an appearance around this time, so get ready for some exciting Billfishing in the Gulf Stream. Book a full day charter or longer, and make the most of the height of the season.
Fishing in Biscayne Bay is as good as it gets, with Tarpon and Permit dominating the waters. June is probably the final call for Tuna trips before October, so grab your last chance for a mixed bag of meat and trophies.
Bigger Tarpon will have moved out of the bay by now, but Permit is still here, along with Bonefish and Jacks. Any place is a good place to be fishing now – just make sure to book early!
The hot surface temperatures at this time of the year requires you to be flexible. Don't worry, though, there are plenty of charter operators ready o take you fishing first thing in the morning or as the sun goes down.
September usually provides perfect conditions for Bonefish to spread all around, so get your fill of bay fishing. Other worthy targets this time of year include Kingfish and Snapper, so the reefs can be productive too.
Blackfin Tuna are back in town, and you’re more than welcome to go after them! Mahi Mahi are likely to swim closer to the shore this time of year as well, so a trip to the Gulf Stream is sure to yield great rewards.
While reef fishing may tempt you nearshore, the real action takes place in the deep. Sailfish return to the fold, along with Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna, and Swordfish. Come and get your trophy catch!
Just because the year is drawing to a close, it doesn't mean you need to stop fishing. Whether it’s Cobia, Kingfish, Sailfish, or Tuna you're after, a good time on the water is a given.