Miami Wreck Fishing
Miami Wreck fishing has many variations, we will cover a few basics but all aspects of this type of fishing can be covered while on the boat. When speaking of Miami wreck fishing, we refer to fishing areas of artificial reefs and shipwrecks. Most located along the Miami Beach coast, some of this material relates to structure fishing are common to what you would use in local area.
Finding structure to fish is the most difficult part and consuming part of this type of fishing. Our Captains have years of experience, but if you don't you can research potential areas to fish on the internet This information can take years or decades in many cases if it's not available on the internet History search will better explain where most of the local wrecks here in Miami beach are located. Whether from the result of marine disaster, the W.W.II submarine attacks or intentional sinking by the various artificial reef authorities. Many are now use for Miami Offshore fishing.
Many of the near forgotten wrecks along the coast of Miami were located by commercial fishermen who usually found them by tangling their anchors while Miami wreck fishing. This was very costly and most commercial fishermen, kept records of their "snags" so as to avoid them. These lists got passed on, sold or stolen and ended up in the hands of commercial hook and liners, divers, charter boat captains and eventually the recreational fishermen. The raw list is starting point for most experienced Captain. Over time the locations become usable, and of these, each good number still required extensive searching to relocate a wreck and actually produce fish.
Many of our Miami boat captains prior to becoming Charter captains worked as a mate on commercial fishing vessels. This provided the experience and top secret locations of undocumented Miami wrecks off the coast of Miami Beach. So rest a sure, we will use this local knowledge to put you on fish during our Miami Wreck Fishing Charters.
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