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Tarpon Fishing Charters – Miami, Biscayne Bay and Florida Keys

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Ride along with me, Captain Jim Hale, as I take you on the tarpon fishing adventure of a lifetime. A Miami native, I have over 38 years of fishing experience I can put you on some of South Florida’s best fishing:

  • Tarpon Fishing
  • Fly Fishing
  • Bonefishing
  • Redfish Fishing
  • Flats Fishing
  • and more

Fishing the flats of Everglades National Park, Biscayne Bay and the Florida Keys is always exciting. I offer guided inshore fishing charters from the crystal clear flats of Biscayne Bay just minutes from Miami to bountiful flats of the Everglades National Park and Key Largo / Islamorada of the Florida Keys, rated as some of the best fishing in the world!

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Testimonials

“My best friend and my brother came down to Miami for a tarpon fishing charter. We took a trip with Florida Sportfishing Charters and were really happy with the experience. Captain Jim (or King James as we called him by the end of the day) is a very knowledgeable fishing guide with a great attitude. He knew where the fish were all day long. We are planning another trip down in a few months and will not even consider another captain. Thanks for a great time.”
-Joe, Rob and Mike
“Captain Jim really knows where the best fly fishing is – we definitely had a great time on the water.”
-Steve Gibbons
“Jim really helped our group of beginners have a fun day – and we even caught redfish!”
-Susan Gonzalez
“Great flats fishing trip on my vacation. The charter’s very kid-friendly experience too. Thanks a lot.”
-Horace Taylor

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Mostly clear. Lows overnight in the low 60s.
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Sunny skies. High 79F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph.
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Sunny. High 82F. N winds shifting to E at 10 to 15 mph.