Miami Tarpon Trip

Miami, FL

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Private trip guided by Jason

Rising Tide Charters 10-19 years of experience

About

There are many ways in South Florida to hook and catch Tarpon. The possibilities are almost endless but here are the few ways that we target tarpon- Night Time in the various bridges and channels, on the flats with laid up fish, in open bays different times of the year, and deep in the back-country, where some of the little babies are.

Using spin gear, we catch them on live bait and artificial. I will use live shrimp, pinfish, ladyfish, crabs, and mullet. The type of bait we use all depends on the area and time of the year.

I do fish a lot for tarpon using artificial baits. I like throwing big plugs that look like mullet and ladyfish when I am fishing in the everglades.

Tarpon on fly has to be in my opinion the most exciting way to catch a tarpon. People spend thousands of dollars each year to chase these fish with a fly rod.

You can spend countless hours on a skiff and not have a shot on a fish, but as soon as you see a tarpon eat your fly you will be hooked for life.

I love sight fishing in general, but when it comes to sight fishing tarpon there is something about it that makes me want to be on the water every day.

Targeted species

  • Tarpon

What's included

  • Cold Storage
  • Water
  • Rod / Reel
  • Tackle / Flies

What to bring

  • Polarized Sunglasses
  • Quick-Dry / Sun-protective Clothing
  • Rain gear
  • Sunscreen (Lotion-based only)
  • Bring your own lunch / snacks
  • Fishing License, only if we're in freshwater!

Location

  • Miami, FL

Exact meeting location will be provided after booking.


Guided by Rising Tide Charters

8910 SW 68th Ct, Pinecrest, FL 33156, USA10-19 years of experience

I am a South Florida native and full time fishing guide who has been fishing Southern Florida my entire life. The first time I visited Everglades National Park was a true life changing experience. After attending FAU and Nova Southeastern University on a baseball scholarship, I continued on and played 3 years of minor league baseball. I then returned home to my number one passion, fishing Everglades National Park.

The styles of fishing we do are a little challenging at times, but always fun. I am endorsed by Orvis and specialize in fly fishing and light tackle fishing for tarpon, redfish, snook, trout, bonefish, permit, shark, barracuda, and more. I trailer my 17’8ft Hells Bay skiff all over South Florida so we can experience the best the Glades have to offer.

FAQs about Rising Tide Charters

$900.00

/ day

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