Miami Fishing Charters with Miss Britt Sportfishing

The Miss Britt Sportfishing Fleet offers a variety of Miami fishing charters depending on the season. Our charter trips target a variety of species in order to provide our anglers with an unforgettable Miami fishing experience. During 1/2 day and full day charter trips, we target multiple species with a variety of sportfishing techniques, but we are more than happy to focus on one type of fishing at your request. It is our priority to ensure that you have the best possible sportfishing experience when charter fishing our 43′ Sportfisher, 34′ Sportfisher, or 26′ Center Console.

When booking a Miami fishing charter with the Miss Britt Sportfishing Fleet, you can rest assured our crew will do their very best to put you on the bite. While the conditions change daily, we have the experience and local knowledge to ensure that each of our charter trips maximizes the time on the water. Fishing in Miami, FL provides visiting and resident anglers an incredible opportunity to experience different fishing techniques, many of which we pioneered in our region. If there’s a particular style of fishing or species you would like to target that is not listed here – just ask!

 

Mahi-Mahi Fishing

Mahi-Mahi Fishing Charters

FLEET OPTION: Miss Cheyenne Miss Britt I Miss Britt II 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Cheyenne) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Britt I) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Brit II) Dolphin Fish, also known as Dorado or Mahi-Mahi is one of the most exciting species to catch in Miami, FL. There are few experiences in sportfishing which are more pleasurable than having a hungry school of these acrobatic and aggressive pelagic predators circling the boat. Mahi-Mahi are relatively easy to catch, if you can find them, and often grow in excess of 30lbs. In Miami waters, it's common to catch mahi-mahi in the 5 to 10lb range, with the occasional "slammer" (a dolphin fish of 20lbs or more) mixed in. While Mahi-mahi can be caught in relatively shallow water, anywhere from 130ft to 200ft, it is more common to find them in depths ranging from 500ft to 1500ft or deeper.

Sailfish Fishing Charters

FLEET OPTION: Miss Cheyenne Miss Britt I Miss Britt II 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Cheyenne) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Britt I) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Brit II) Miami, FL is synonymous with fishing for sailfish. Regarded as the fastest fish in the sea, sailfish provide the ultimate sport fishing experience for resident and visiting anglers. Sailfish are incredibly acrobatic predators which are thrilling to catch, delighting anglers with aerial displays unrivaled by any other species. There is simply nothing more exciting than watching a sailfish "tail walk" behind the boat shortly after being hooked. Catching sailfish in Miami, FL is not easy. It requires the use of specialized equipment in the hands of a skilled crew to ensure baits are presented effectively and hooks are properly set. Despite their forceful and intense reaction to being hooked, sailfish are actually shy and cautious when approaching baits (for the

Swordfish Fishing Charters

Swordfishing Charters (Miss Cheyenne) Known as the "gladiator of the sea", the BroadBill Swordfish is the most powerful and ferocious bill fish in Miami waters. These leviathans can grow upwards of 500lbs and live in extreme depths of 1200ft to 2000ft. Catching a Broad Bill swordfish, for many, is considered the pinnacle of sportfishing accomplishments. Legendary fisherman like Zane Grey and Ernest Hemingway often cited the swordfish as the ocean's most fierce predator - based on its insatiable appetite and lethal bill which serves as a weapon for injuring it's prey before consumption. Swordfishing is a popular deep sea fishing experience in Miami, FL which typically takes place at night. When the sun goes down, these deep water predators ascend thousands of feet to feed near the surface - hunting squid and small bait fish which bask in the moonlight. Swordfish have enormous eyes which are suited for excellent vision
Grouper & Snapper Fishing

Grouper & Snapper Fishing Charters

FLEET OPTION: Miss Cheyenne Miss Britt I Miss Britt II 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Cheyenne) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Britt I) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Brit II) The coral reefs and rock ledges which span the coast of Miami, FL all the way down to the keys provides some of the best snapper and grouper fishing in the state of Florida. Species such as black grouper, gag grouper, and red grouper thrive in the coral shoals, deep water wrecks, and sandy edged coral reefs off the coast of Miami, FL - providing some of the best bottom fishing on the east coast. The reefs also provide shelter for an abundance of snappers such as mangrove's, mutton's, and yellowtail - some of the best table fare you could put in a cooler. Snapper and grouper fishing off the coast of Miami, FL is a year round endeavor, but
Wreck Fishing

Wreck Fishing Charters

FLEET OPTION: Miss Cheyenne Miss Britt I Miss Britt II 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Cheyenne) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Britt I) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Brit II) While Miami, FL is famous for it's offshore fishing scene, one of the reason's the bite is so good year round is the abundance of ship wrecks just off the coast. Over 50 ship wrecks lay off the coast of Miami Beach and Key Biscayne, FL - providing structure and shelter to countless species of fish. These shipwrecks are important sanctuaries for bait fish, which in turn attracts larger species which hold on the wrecks to feed and spawn. One area in particular, known as "the county wrecks", is a field of three dozen ship wrecks which were intentionally sunk by Miami-Dade county in an effort to improve sportfishing. These wrecks are all within several hundred yards of each other,
Deep Drop Fishing

Deep Drop Fishing Charters

FLEET OPTION: Miss Cheyenne Miss Britt I Miss Britt II 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Cheyenne) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Britt I) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Brit II) Deep Dropping is one of the most productive fishing techniques we utilize during the summer months in Miami, FL to consistently put more fishing in the boat. Deep drop fishing requires the use of heavy weights and heavy, specialized rigs with multiple hooks to present dead baits in depths of 400ft to 800ft. Electric reels are commonly used, but some anglers choose to hand crank deep drop rigs. Deep drop fishing off the coast of Miami, FL can produce golden tile fish, yellow eye, rose snappers, queen snappers, and even deep water species of groupers. If you're looking to bring home a cooler full of fish, this is definitely one of the best charters you can take. The Miss Britt
Kite Fishing

Kite Fishing Charters

FLEET OPTION: Miss Cheyenne Miss Britt I Miss Britt II 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Cheyenne) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Britt I) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Brit II) Kite fishing originated in the Polynesian islands in the 1800's. The kites made their way to the United States through California. The first captain that I work for was Bob Lewis. He patented the first modern fishing kite. Bob never fish two kites, that process was originated by John Dudas Sr. He taught us in the early eighty's how to add lead split shots to the kites so that they would angle away from each other. This allowed us to expand the coverage area on the water for our baits. Kite fishing has been so effective in my career that I have seen kites banned from 3 different tournaments over a 35 year span ultimately because the kite fisherman dominated
Wahoo Fishing

Wahoo Fishing Charters

FLEET OPTION: Miss Cheyenne Miss Britt I Miss Britt II 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Cheyenne) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Britt I) 1/2 Day Fishing Charter (Miss Brit II) Known for blistering runs, unparalleled power, and vicious teeth, Wahoo are one of the fiercest predators in the Atlantic ocean. As an apex predator, Wahoo do not have any natural predators. While sharks are known to consume them while they are hooked, the wahoo can outrun and out maneuver just about any predator in their vicinity. Wahoo are eating machines, consuming small fish daily in order to maintain their hyperactive metabolism. Trolling for wahoo off the coast of Miami, FL can be a tedious task, but it often results in some of the fiercest fish fights in our waters. Wahoo are the meanest, toughest, and most aggressive species in the mackerel family and their numbers are thriving. There are currently