24′ Bay Boat

24′ Bay Boat Rates and Details

*Trip prices are per boat, not per person. Hours denote the duration of the trip from departure at the dock to return.

*A maximum of 4 clients

*Departure times are flexible. 

*We offer boat pick-up services from your waterfront home or a nearby marina.

Planning a corporate event or a large group gathering? You can book multiple boats with us!

Fresh Water Peacock bass Urban adventure

Christian with Doubles of bass are the norm by boat.
Peacock bass

“Experience freshwater fishing in the canal systems aboard our 24′ boat, where you can target a wide variety of species including Bass, Carp, Clown Knife Fish, Tilapia, Oscar, Cichlid, and more. We use live Shiners as bait along with artificial lures and fly fishing techniques. It’s important to note that all freshwater fish caught will be released unharmed.”

  • $500 (4 Hours) – Our most popular option provides ample time to reel in numerous Peacock Bass and other exciting species.

  • $650 (6 Hours) – For the passionate angler seeking a multi-species adventure, we offer the opportunity to employ various techniques, including fly fishing and artificial lures.

Walking guided Urban trip

Freind holding a bass.
Christian and son Alex with plenty of action walking the banks!!!

Explore the scenic banks of Miami’s urban canal water systems while equipped with both artificial and live bait, allowing you to cast to Peacock and Large Mouth Bass as they nestle along the shoreline. This is an excellent excursion for those who enjoy the thrill of stalking fish and don’t mind covering longer distances on foot.

  • $350 (4 Hours)

Saltwater Inlet, Backcountry, & Flats

Tarpon of miami
Redfish of miami
Permit of miami

Target a diverse range of species including Tarpon, Snook, Permit, Bonefish, Snappers, Grouper, Barracuda, Shark, and more throughout the beautiful expanse of Biscayne Bay, spanning the fast-paced waters, bridges, inlets, and serene mangrove backcountry. Our departure times are flexible, accommodating both day and night excursions.

  • $650 (4 Hours)
  • $800 (6 Hours)

Lobster Bully netting, Diving, & Offshore Reef fishing

Capt. Christian Playing with sharks
Christian Son Alex loves lobster hunting

Experience the thrill of Lobster Bully netting on the Miami flats at night, where we employ long-handled nets and underwater lights that brilliantly illuminate the sea floor from our boat. For those who prefer a more immersive experience, we offer daytime snorkeling for Lobster.

Weather permitting, we can venture up to 3 miles offshore during the day, reaching the reef depths of 80′ – 200′. Here, we target a variety of species including Grouper, Snapper, Sailfish, Tuna, Shark, Mahi, and many more.

  • $650 (4 Hours)
  • $800 (6 Hours)

*All prices include: Captain services, fuel, fishing licenses, fishing equipment/tackle, fly fishing gear upon request, live and fresh dead bait, coolers with ice for your drinks and catch onboard, fish filleting (no gutting/scaling), and life jackets.

Not included: Your drinks, food, snacks, water bottles, and sunblock. Alcoholic beverages are welcomed.

Booking Your Trip:

A reservation will be secured once a deposit has been received, and your trip has been confirmed.

To confirm all bookings, a 20% deposit is required.

Full payment is expected before your departure.

*We accept payment in cash, Zelle, Cash App, or Venmo. Please note that when paying with a credit card, a 4% surcharge applies.

Cancelation Policy

*Deposits are fully refundable if cancellations are made at least 2 weeks prior to the scheduled trip. If the Captain determines that the weather conditions are unsafe, the trip can be rescheduled for another day. Alternatively, the client may choose to fish inshore.

*Please note that cancellations made by clients for tournament or multi-boat trips are not eligible for a refund of the deposit.

*If a customer requests to return to the dock meeting location from a fishing trip for any reason and later wishes to return to the fishing spot, there will be a fuel fee of $20-$60, and no extra time will be added to the trip. Alternatively, you may choose to engage in inshore fishing, enjoy a swim at the sandbar, or cruise the bay waters at no additional charge for the remaining time of your trip.

We understand that unforeseen circumstances can arise, preventing you from making it to your reservation. Our management team will review each cancellation case on an individual basis and always strive to reschedule a trip rather than retaining your deposit.

We are also taxidermy agents. If you have an interest in having your trophy catch stuffed, please let us know in advance.

For your convenience, we offer catering packages at a cost of $150.

These packages include: 1 case of water, 1 platter of cut Deli Subs (serves 10), 1 pack of sodas, and assorted chips.

Charter Pre-Checklist

Rest and Hydration: Ensure you get a good night’s rest before your trip and stay well-hydrated the day before departure.

Motion Sickness Medication: If you have concerns about seasickness, take a motion sickness pill the night before your trip and again an hour before departure. Note that the medication may not be effective if taken while on the boat.

Clothes to consider wearing: 

  • Comfortable Shirt and Pants: Wear lightweight, breathable clothing that provides sun protection. Long-sleeved shirts and pants can help protect against the sun’s rays.
  • Hat: A wide-brimmed hat or a cap with a visor can shield your face from the sun.
  • Sunscreen: Apply sunscreen generously to exposed skin, especially areas like the face, neck, arms, and legs.
  • Sunglasses: Wear polarized sunglasses to reduce glare from the water. They can also protect your eyes from harmful UV rays and injury.
  • Footwear: Choose non-slip, closed-toe shoes with good grip to prevent slipping on a wet deck.
  • Rain Jacket: Bring a lightweight, waterproof rain jacket in case of unexpected rain or spray.
  • Layers: Consider dressing in layers so you can adjust your clothing as the weather changes throughout the day.
  • Gloves: Fishing gloves can provide protection from the sun and help with handling fish.
  • Swimsuit: If you plan to swim
  • Extra Clothes: Pack a change of clothes in case you get wet or need a fresh outfit for the ride back.

Items to consider bringing: 

  • Substantial Snacks: Opt for substantial snacks rather than chips. Consider items like granola bars, trail mix, fruit, sandwiches, or protein bars. These snacks provide sustained energy and keep you feeling satisfied during your fishing excursion. Having substantial snacks on board can help maintain your energy levels throughout the day, ensuring you’re ready for a successful fishing experience.
  • Sandwiches in Sealed Containers: Pack sandwiches in sealed bags or containers. This ensures that your sandwiches stay fresh, protected, and ready to enjoy during your fishing adventure.
  • Bring Drinks and Water (No Glass Allowed)
  • We Provide Small Coolers with Ice Onboard: For safety reasons, only small soft coolers are allowed.
  • Dive Trip Essentials (June – September):
  • Snorkeling Mask
  • Fins
  • Towel
  • Change of Clothes

Food and Drinks: It’s best to purchase your food and drinks the night before the trip. This ensures that you have everything you need on hand and reduces last-minute stress on the day of the excursion.

Boat Details

Why Chose a Bay Boat?

A cost effective option capable of doing everything the bigger boats can with the right sea conditions. More casting space, more livewell, more dry storage on a hull built to perform as well in the shallows as open water. Generous, insulated fish boxes give you the room needed to earn bragging rights when you hit the docks. When it is time to give those fish a break, 24′ Bay Boat is equipped with plenty of amenities to keep the entire family happy for a day at the beach or sandbar. The rear casting platform quickly converts to comfortable seating while the forward platform is the perfect spot to work on a tan.

Boat Specifications

  • Length : 25′ 5″
  • Width : 8′ 6″
  • Draft : 12″
  • Fuel Capacity : 75 Gallons
  • Horsepower : 250
  • Max speed : 55 MPH
  • Cruise speed : 40 MPH
  • Weight : 3,000 Lbs.

Amenities :

  • 2 folding rear seats
  • leaning post seat
  • 2 forward seats
  • 2 large Livewell
  • Trolling motor
  • Jack plate
  • Multimedia System Receiver and bluetooth Music 
  • Coolers Ice Box for fish and drinks
  • GPS Fish finder with side scan
Jack plate, ladder, Trim Tabs for stabilizing, sonar side scan
Rear casting platform with folding seats
Rear folding seats
Leaning post seat
Forward seating
Forward casting platform
Large rear live well
Forward live well
Two Insulated cooler for drinks and fish
Plenty of storage