Biscayne Bay is home of some of the biggest bonefish, the ever elusive permit, and the mighty tarpon, and is a unique ecosystem and fishing destination. Many anglers believe that one must travel half way around the world for great fishing. In fact this is entirely untrue. Miami offers some of the greatest fishing in the world within close proximity of a major metropolis. Just think, you can fly into Miami International Airport and start casting at tailing bonefish in less than thirty minutes. So, whether you’re interested in challenging yourself to catch a personal best or simply just want to take it easy and wet a line, I can accommodate your needs. I also provide sightseeing and photography tours if one wishes to enjoy Biscayne National Park’s diverse wildlife and rich ecosystem.
“These days as the world is moving faster and faster, it’s important to take a break from it all, relax, and catch fish.”
Chris Duenas | Captain
The area you will fish with me is part of the National Park Service call Biscayne National Park. This region is comprised of a large bay made up of small islands and a network of shallow flats surrounded by emerald green waters. Its boundaries begin just south of the Key Biscayne lighthouse and run to just north of Key Largo.
I have half and full day trips available. You can also book an evening Tarpon trip if you wish. The rates include all tackle and gear to be used. But you can bring your own if you wish. The rates are as follows.
Half Day (4 hours): $500
Full Day (8 hours): $650
Night Tarpon Excursions (4 hours): $550