Fishing Cruises


Fishing Cruises Miami

Experience a fun filled day with a party fishing cruise in Miami with Reward Fishing. They offer the only fishing cruise in Miami at the most affordable prices

Each fishing cruise includes bait, tack, rods, reels and all fishing licenses. All you need to bring is yourself and sea legs. The fishing cruises depart three times daily at 9:00am and 1:45pm. The boats leave from Miami Beach and sail for approximately 4 hours. One of the best experiences while traveling to Miami.

The Reward Fishing Fleet has been providing fishing in Miami for over 40 years. All of their captains grew up in Miami and have extensive knowledge of fishing Miami waters. They pride themselves in their ability to catch fish from a party boat that is enjoyable for all. The shine in their ability to teach and educate the inexperienced anglers. All fishing cruises include bait, tackle, rods, reels and your licenses.

Party fishing cruises are the least expensive way to experience great fishing in Miami. Reward Fishing Fleet has two vessels, the Reward Won and Another Reward, offering daily fishing cruises. Their newest boat Another Reward is 70 feet long by 22 feet wide, and can accommodate up to 100 anglers although on a typical outing we have approximately 10-15 anglers providing more hands-on time with the experienced fishing mates. This vessel is air conditioned, has a galley, T.V., stereo, upper viewing deck, and is equipped with all of the latest fish finding and directional electronics. She is the nicest, cleanest, and newest party boat in the area, and is available 3 times a day for regular scheduled trips as well as corporate or group charters custom designed to the client's wishes.

Come on down to Miami, where the waters are clear, the air is warm, and the fish always bite.

Fishing Cruise Prices

  • Adults: $70
  • Children: $30 

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