When dreaming about where to enjoy the spring break holidays, what cities come to mind? Now is the time to start planning your tour, with its sun-kissed beaches, hugely diverse culinary opportunities, vibrant nightlife, and plenty of culture to absorb.
The bright beaches of South Beach are also home to some of South Florida's finest restaurants, such as the classic Joe's Stone Crab, and plenty of remarkable places to visit. It's where you can even learn what it's like to go Miami inshore fishing on the barrier island.
Cobia migration is one of the most interesting things occurring in the South Florida waters in March and April. Cobia fish are starting to migrate from warm waters in the south along the coast. When they bask up the sun, they love to ride the waves.
There are larger fish to capture on longer fishing trips as the fishing boats move deeper into the water. Fishing for yellowfin tuna and amberjack can be thrilling if you're seeking some exciting spring break adventures. As their body temperature does not slow down such that they are off swimming at high speed, the tuna has some degree of resilience to the cold water. Due to their heaviness when attempting to reel them in, the amberjacks have earned something of a reputation as the "donkeys of the sea,” and few would disagree that they play a major role in the reason why deep sea fishing is also known as sport fishing. The giant red snappers are not going to be in season until June 1st, but for now, they're all catch and release, but you’ll still have tons of fun reeling them in if you happen to spot them.
As the temperatures start to rise, the fish will begin to do the same. King and Spanish mackerel, vermilion snapper, white snapper, redfish, and flounder, to name a few, are spring break fish you might encounter during your fishing excursion.
Booking a Miami Beach deep sea fishing trip is just a matter of making a phone call. Even if you aren’t the most adept at fishing or you’ve never held a fishing rod in your life, a few quick pointers will have you reeling in a catch in very little time.
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