Choose Nomad Fishing Charters for nearshore and offshore sport fishing in Miami, Florida. Captain Orlando ‘Orly’ Muniz has always been fond of the water, and has spent more than 30 years developing his fishing knowledge. He is dedicated to providing an enjoyable experience that will keep his customers coming back for more. Join him for your chance to reel in something unforgettable!
Nomad is a custom-built 28’ Whitewater Open fisherman, powered by twin 150 HP Mercury engines. This vessel boasts a 250 gallon fuel tank, two live bait wells, and a selection of classic fishing electronics by Garmin, Icom, and Clariom. With a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots, this boat will take you to the fishing grounds in no time. Up to four passengers can enjoy a comfortable ride across the waves.
The waters of the Atlantic Ocean are abundant with some of the world’s most popular big game species, such as Sailfish, Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Sharks, and a variety of reef fish. Trips with Capt. Orly give you a chance to bottom fish near numerous wrecks and reefs in addition to trolling and kite fishing offshore.
Capt. Orly also offers a number of specialty trips, including reef fishing for beginners, Mahi Mahi fishing, and a Sailfish-Tarpon combo trip. Fishing for Mahi Mahi is an opportunity to land one of the tastiest game fish in the sea. On the other hand, pursuing Tarpon and Sailfish in one day is a unique experience—one that will earn you the bragging rights to two of Florida’s most prestigious prizes!
Nomad Fishing Charters include a fishing license and top of the line gear, featuring notable brands such as Daiwa, Shimano, and Shakespeare, all spooled with premium line and terminal tackle. If you decide to keep the fish you catch, Capt. Orly will be happy to clean and bag it for you.
Come aboard today and enjoy fishing for many prizes off the coast of Miami!
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Whitewater (Center console) ursprünglich im Jahr 1997 gebaut und restauriert im Jahr 2014. Angetrieben von einem 2 150HP Mercury Motoren mit einer maximalen Reisegeschwindigkeit von 40 Knoten.