Fish in Miami

miami sea fishing

With so many ways to catch so many different fish in Miami, making a list of them is rather tricky. Nevertheless, here is our list. Please get in touch with us if we have missed anything and need to add it promptly.

We can arrange your Miami Fishing Charter to focus on any type of fishing that we list below. If you have any special requests, then let us know and we will plan a custom trip with you.

Types of Fishing in Miami

  • Wreck Fishing
  • Reef Fishing
  • Artificial Reef Fishing
  • Bottom Fishing
  • Drift Fishing
  • Kite Fishing
  • Dredge Fishing
  • Pier Fishing
  • Beach Fishing
  • Trolling

As for fish... there are far too many to list! Here is our best attempt to name them: 

Miami Billfish

  • White Marlin
  • Longbill Spearfish
  • Sailfish
  • Blue Marlin

Miami Bluefish

  • Bluefish

Miami Bonefish

  • Bonefish

Miami Cobia

  • Cobia

Miami Dolphins

  • Atlantic Spotted Nose Dolphin

Miami Drums

  • Atlantic Croaker
  • Black Drum
  • Red Drum (Redfish)
  • Silver Seatrout
  • Sand Seatrout
  • Spotted Seatrout
  • Silver Perch (Yellowtail)
  • Weakfish

Miami Grouper

  • Goliath Grouper (Jewfish)
  • Gag Grouper
  • Black Grouper
  • Nassau Grouper
  • Red Grouper
  • Scamp
  • Yellowfin
  • Yellowmouth Grouper
  • Sea Basses

Miami Grunts

  • White Grunt

Miami Jacks

  • Blue Runner
  • Banded Rudderfish
  • Almaco Jack
  • Cervalie Jack
  • Pompano
  • Greater Amberjack
  • Lesser Amberjack

Miami Mackerels

  • Cero
  • King Mackerel
  • Spanish Mackerel

Miami Mullets

  • Fantail Mullet
  • Striped Mullet/Black Mullet

Miami Pompano

  • Permit
  • Palometa
  • Florida Pompano
  • Jacks

Miami Porgies

  • Sheepshead

Miami Sea Basses

  • Bank Sea Bass
  • Black Sea Bass
  • Rock Sea Bass
  • Grouper

Miami Sharks

  • Atlantic Sharpnose Shark
  • Bonnethead Shark
  • Bull Shark
  • Sandbar Shark
  • Scalloped Hammerhead Shark
  • Shortfin Mako Shark
  • Thresher Shark

Miami Snappers

  • Blackfin Snapper
  • Cubera Snapper
  • Dog Snapper
  • Gray Snapper
  • Lane Snapper
  • Mahogany Snapper
  • Mutton Snapper
  • Queen Snapper
  • Red Snapper
  • Schoolmaster
  • Silk Snapper
  • Vermillion Snapper
  • Yellowtail Snapper

Miami Snoek

  • Fat Snoek
  • Common Snoek
  • Swordspine Snoek
  • Tarpon Snoek

Miami Swordfish

  • Swordfish

Miami Tarpon

  • Ladyfish
  • Tarpon