Free Spool Sportfishing
North Miami Beach, FL
Get ready to fish South Floridas offshore waters with one of the best, Captain Dennis Forgione, aboard the Free Spool Too, a 43 fishing machine. The Free Spool Too specializes in a variety of ultra-light to light tackle and fly fishing including ocean fishing from nearshore, to the reef, to offshore. A variety of fishing awaits you, including tarpon near the coast, snappers and groupers on the reef, as well as, dolphin, kingfish, wahoo, tuna and sailfish traveling the beautiful blue Gulfstream waters between Miami and Bimini. Captain Dennis has the experience fishing as a full time charter guide in Miami and South Florida since 1986.
We fish out of Haulover Marina located in North Miami Beach, Florida, between Bal Harbor and Sunny Isles. Bahamas trips also available. The Free Spool and Capt. Dennis are also available for local fishing tournaments.
We are available for charters all season, year-round. We offer full and half day charters, and can take up to 4 people of any age. The cost of the fishing trip covers everythingexcept your food & drinks. Ice is provided. We supply all the fishing gear. We dont split charters, meaning when you book the boat for the day it is all yours, so you wont have to fish with strangers. Its just you, the open ocean, beautiful South Florida, Capt. Dennis, and thefish. We use live bait, artificial luresand flies. You can do it all aboard the Free Spool, lead by a true original, Captain Dennis Forgione.
Call us at 305-947-8844 to book a trip or for more information. We might be out fishing, so leave a message and we will get back to you soon.
Captain Dennis is a true original. He was born, raised and fished in Miami and Southeast Florida his whole life. Dennis has been fishing out of Haulover Inlet for decades, staring as a kid on drift boats with his dad, Captain Frank Forgione.
A Full-time Licensed Captain Since 1986
No other charter captain in Miami has the history in Miami that Dennis has. He can remember going out fishing as a kid with his dad on the Tiki, a drift boat that his dad captained from 1957 to 1995 out of Haulover Marina.
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