Miami Fishing Charters

Miami Fishing Charters

Miami Fishing ChartersMiami Fishing Charters… This is Deep Sea Fishing Miami’s blog. Here you will learn every thing you will need to know how to choose and hire a charter fishing boat in Miami. Any where you find great fishing, there will be charters or boats for hire to take you and your group out fishing. The more civilized the area, the more options you
will have.

Miami Fishing Charters… How To Pic a Boat ?

You first have to answer a few questions about what kind of experience are you looking for…

  1. The first question is… Are you looking for comfort & luxury? Or are you looking for a more “roughing it” kind of experience.
  2. How large is your group?
  3. Are you looking for an air conditioned boat… or no A/C.
  4. A large cabin to get out of the sun, rain or just to rest in… or no cabin.
  5. A large stand up clean bathroom “Head”… or no bathroom or a “porta-potty” in small space.
  6. Do you want a covered second floor or “deck or “Fly Bridge”… or just a single deck.
  7. Do you want a boat with multiple fishing chairs and lots of seating… or limited seating.
  8. Do you want to have TV, WiFi, Stereo

Once you know the answers to these questions you can narrow your search. Next you have to look at…

  1. How large is the boat?
  2. How old is the boat?
  3. How long have you been in business?
  4. Are you in a commercial fishing charter marina?… or behind someones house?
  5. What kind of fishing do you specialize in?
  6. How long has your crew worked for your company?
  7. Will my charter be just my group “private”?
  8. Is alcohol allowed on my charter?
  9. What is included in the cost of my charter (bait, ice, tackle, water , etc..)

Tips to finding the right boat for your group…

  1. Look at the pictures of the boat that is shown online, and ask “if that is the same boat we will be on?”
  2. Look at the fishing pictures, were they taken on that boat… are there lots of new pictures?
  3. Do they have a some what current fishing report?
  4. How are their online reviews… are they poor, are they mixed, mostly good , or too good to be true?

 

 

The ocean is always moving, storms can come up quickly, and the seas can be unpredictable. The larger the boat the more comfortable you and your group will be.