All seasons welcome fishing here at our shores, making a Mimi deep sea fishing trip a possibility year-round.
The clothing and items you bring may depend on the time of the year. But in general, you will want to bring:
- Comfortable shorts or pants
- Baseball or fishing cap
- Non-slip footwear with a closed toe (i.e. rubber-soled sneakers or boots)
- T-shirt & long sleeve shirt or jacket
- Child lifejackets
- Gloves that won’t get soaked or wet and dry quickly
Wind and sun can cause lips to dry out and even crack. Chapstick is great to have on hand to relieve dryness.
First aid kit
First aid kits specifically for outdoor sports, angling, marine use, and boating are out there and can be purchased. Many of these contain the basics, such as pain relievers or aspirin, bandaids, and cotton balls. However, you may want to add a few extra items for your Miami deep sea fishing trip, including bug spray, sea sickness pills, and any other medication you may require.
Having hand sanitizer on hand is helpful. Particularly before and after eating.
Snacks, drinks, and food
Snacks, food, and drinks can be a great thing to have, particularly the longer you are out on the water deep sea fishing in Miami for a larger part of the day.
Water and other hydrating drinks are highly suggested, along with the following snacks and food:
- Cold sandwiches
- Trail mix
Be sure to avoid anything too heavy or greasy before going on your deep sea fishing trip. And no bananas! These are seen as a bad luck omen on boats, particularly for those focused on fishing.