Miami Fishing Charters - From the Flats to the Gulf Stream
Whether you have years of experience on the water or desire a tranquil family outing, Double Threat Fishing Charters will suit your needs. Sportfishing is always met with different variables. Winds, currents, and weather patterns are constantly changing. Our South Florida fishing charters take these variables into account while simultaneously considering customer preference. We target every species in Miami including tarpon, sailfish, snapper, sharks, mahi-mahi, swordfish, snook, bonefish, kingfish, tuna, and marlin to name a few. Don't let our tournament style approach intimidate you, we predominantly fish light tackle and make the most elusive gamefish a reasonable target for even the most inexperienced anglers. Your safety, comfort, and enjoyment are our only priorities from the moment you contact us. Keep reading and you'll understand why "No Fish is Safe!"
Temperatures have been much more mild ranging from 65-80 degrees. With this cooler weather, many of the fish have moved closer to shore as they migrate to the south. We have been catching sailfish, mahi mahi, kingfish, tuna, grouper, and morel The great thing about fishing during late fall and winter is that we don't travel far to find ...
Stellar Fishing with the Onset of fall
September has a reputation for being a slow month of fishing off Miami but I strongly disagree. It can be a great month for mahi mahi offshore. In addition the swordfishing begins to pick up, blackfin tuna begin cruising in 300-1000 feet of water, and kingfish swarm the reefs. The sailfish bite really ...
Fishing is picking up and we should only see more variety as we get deeper into spring. Spring fishing off of Miami is excellent and we are usually booked up, because of that.
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What sets us apart from other Miami fishing charters is our flexibility
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Captain Nick Gonzalez
As the son of a pilot, Captain Nick Gonzalez has traveled the world and fished in various locations from the Outer Banks to Hawaii. His extensive experiences have made him a cultured fishermen but he has still managed to keep his heart here at home. Embarking from Coconut Grove, Nick has plied Miami's inshore and offshore waters and extended his reach to the outer islands of the Bahamas. Nick has caught nearly every species in the Atlantic and has a wealth of knowledge about the sportfishing industry. He has a young face but has spent over 15 years fishing in Miami's waters as a recreational angler, professional mate, and captain. Nick has captained the Blue Yonder during countless tournaments with many first place finishes. He takes a tournament style approach to each trip with intentions of out-fishing the fleet every day. His passion is contagious and he enjoys sharing his knowledge with others.
Captain Kristjan Must
As a child, Kristjan grew up in New Jersey spending his weekends chasing striped bass, blue fish, flounder, and just about any cold water miserable fish he could get his hands on. He always knew that there was more in the world than cold weather and crappy fishing so after graduating from college with a degree in nuclear engineering (he's way over qualified for this job), Kris joined the navy. He spent 6 years on tour while traveling through Asia and the Middle East in a nuclear submarine. After serving his country Kris made a big move to sunny Miami where he could pursue his lifelong passion of fishing in a tropical climate. He settled down in Miami Beach where he began chasing tarpon, snook, and sharks from his kayak (yes, a kayak). He built a very strong local presence while targeting these exotic species on a small boat with light tackle. Before long he dove head first into the charter fishing scene where he began working with some of the best in the industry. His expertise extends far beyond fishing (he can do it with his eyes closed). Kristjan is truly a brilliant individual and capable of tackling just about any obstacle when it comes to engineering. He's great with people and it's always nice to have a mechanic onboard.