Biscayne Bay National Park:
Close to downtown Miami, Biscayne Bay offers the perfect fly fishing and light tackle scenario. It's a rare combination of blue-green waters, beautiful key islands, and lush grassy flats. Biscayne Bay National Park is the premiere fishing destination in South Florida. .
Biscayne Bay holds tarpon, bonefish, permit, snook, jacks, seatrout, sharks and barracudas. The allure of fishing Miami is that you are fishing flats, channels and inshore wrecks , minutes from your hotel. Some of the largest bonefish in the world can be caught on these flats, a truly amazing site.
Everglades National Park:
Sprawling between South Florida’s Lake Okeechobee and the Gulf of Mexico, the Everglades is one of the world’s largest tropical wetlands. About 20 percent of the region is protected within the confines of Everglades National Park, the third largest national park in the lower 48 states. While the park’s main purpose is preserving a wilderness like none other in North America, the Everglades also provides plenty of scope for outdoor adventure
Everglades National Park is known as the "River of Grass" and spans more than two million acres across the central and southern part of the state. The Park encompasses some of the world's most diverse wetland fish habitats; offering both fresh and saltwater fishing opportunities in different parts of the subtropical wetland ecosystem. Depending on the location and time of year, you can target a range of species from largemouth bass to tarpon ,snook, redfish,seatrout,snapper,sharks etc.
When fishing with Capt. Patrick Callea, you are provided with all fishing rods, tackle, bait, fishing license and a cooler with ice for your food and beverages.
Departure times times can vary and will accommodate clients schedule.