*Trip Price are per boat, not per person. Hours are trip duration from departure of dock to return.
*Maximum of 4 clients or 550 Lbs. capacity for the 18′ Flats boats.
*Departure times are flexible.
*We offer Pick up by boat from your water front home or a marina near you for a fuel fee.
*Corporate event or a large group get-together? You can book multiple boats with us!
Fresh Water Peacock bass Urban adventure
Fish the Canal systems aboard our 18′ boat for all Bass species, Carp, Clown Knife Fish, Tilapia, Oscar, Cichlid and more using live Shiners for bait along with artificial and Fly. All freshwater fish will be released unharmed.
- $450 (4 Hours) – Our most popular trip allows ample time to catch many Peacock Bass and other species.
- $575 (6 Hours) – For the avid angler who would like to catch multi species utilizing different techniques like fly and artificial.
Walking guided Urban trip
Walk the bank of Miami’s urban canal water systems geared up with artificial and live bait and cast to Peacock and Large Mouth Bass bedding on the shoreline. Great trip for this who like to stalk fish and walking long distances.
- $350 (4 Hours)
Saltwater Inlet, Backcountry, & Flats
Target Tarpon, Snook, Permit, Bonefish, Snappers, Grouper, Barracuda, Shark and more along the Fast of Biscayne Bay, Bridges, inlets, and mangrove Backcountry. Departure times are flexible day or night.
- $550 (4 Hours)
- $650 (6 Hours)
Lobster Bully netting, Diving, & Reef fishing
Lobster Bully net the Miami flats at night from boat with long handled nets and bright underwater lights that illuminate the sea floor. If you prefer to get wet and dive we offer daytime snorkeling for Lobster. If sea conditions allow we can venture 3 miles offshore during the day to the reef in 80′- 200′ & target Grouper, Snapper, Sailfish, Tuna, Shark, Mahi, and more.
- $550 (4Hours)
- $650 (6 Hours)
*Pricing varies based on dates, reach out for an accurate quote.
*All Price includes : Captain Services, fuel, fishing licenses, fishing equipment/tackle, fly fish gear upon request, live and fresh dead bait, coolers with ice for your drinks and catch onboard, fish fillet (no gutting/scaling).
*Not included : Your drinks, food, snacks, water bottles, sunblock. Alcoholic beverages welcomed. Gratuity 15-18% tip is customary to show your appreciation of your guide.
*Booking your trip :
A hold the date is placed once a deposit has been received and your trip has been confirmed.
A 20% Deposit is required to confirm all bookings.
Full payment is due before your departure.
*We accept cash, zelle, cash app, or Venmo. Paying with credit card add 4%
*Deposits are refunded if cancellation is made prior to 2 weeks before the scheduled trip.
If the weather is determined to be unsafe by the Captain the trip may be rescheduled for another day or client may chose to fish inshore.
*Cancellations made by client for tournament or multi boat trips will not be eligible for refund of deposit.
*If customer request to return to launch dock from fishing for any reason and return back to fish there will be a fuel fee of $20-$60 and no extra time will be added to the trip. You may opt to fish inshore, swim at sandbar, or cruise the bay waters at no additional charge for the remaining time of your trip.
We understand unforeseen circumstance happen that may not allow you to make it to your reservation. Management will review each cancellation case by case and always aim to reschedule a trip vs keeping your deposit.
We are taxidermist agents, If having your trophy catch stuffed Interests you please let us know ahead of time.
Catering packages offered for your convenience. cost is $200 and Includes : 1 case of water, 1 platter of cut Deli Subs (serves 10), 1 case of beer, 1 pack of sodas, and chips.
Charter Pre check list
Get a good night’s rest and hydrate the day before trip.
If you have any concerns about sea sickness take a motion sickness pill the night before and again an hour before the trip. The pill will not work if taken while on boat.
Clothes to consider wearing:
- Dry fit long sleeve shirt
- Boat Shoes/Boots or Old Sneakers that are closed-toe with good tread. Make sure you don’t mind getting your shoes wet or stained. Sandals are not recommended for safety reasons.
- A light waterproof jacket is also a good idea to have with you
Items to consider bringing:
- Sunscreen (no spray sunscreen as it stains boat)
- Sunglasses (polarized are best for spotting fish underwater)
- Hat (might fly off)
- Snacks of substances (not chips)
- Sandwiches in sealed bag or container
- Drinks and waters (no Glass allowed)
We have small coolers with ice onboard for you. Only small soft coolers are allowed for safety reasons.
- Snorkeling mask, fins, towel, change of clothes for dive trips. June – September.
It’s best to have everything ready by purchasing your food and drinks the night before.