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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
Ft. Pierce - North Hutchinson Island to Wabasso Beach
As rich in history as it is in fishing, this section of Florida's Treasure Coast is a must-stop for your vacation. The abundance of shrimp, fish and crabs make this a perfect recreational fishing area. The inshor and offshore waters nearby are well known for a variety of saltwater gamefish that are available throughout the year. Featured Species: Amberjack, Barracuda, Cobia, Red Grouper, Crevalle Jack, King Mackerel, Cero Mackerel, Pompano, Gray Snapper, Snook, Tarpon and Yellowtail Snapper
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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
Melbourne - Sebastian Inlet to Lower Banana River
The average temperature is 73 degrees, just right in this pristine fishing area. Snook, tarpon, redfish and spotted seatrout join many other species in the nearby rivers and lagoons. The inshore and offshore waters of the Atlantic provide opportunities for dozens of other saltwater gamefish. Featured Species: Amberjack, Barracuda, Cero Mackerel, Cobia, Crevalle Jack, Gray Snapper, King Mackerel, Red Drum, Red Grouper, Snook, Spotted Seatrout and Tarpon
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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
Cape Canaveral - Indian and Banana Rivers
Florida's Space Coast is a thin splinter of land between the St. Johns River and the Atlantic. It features an incredibly diverse and rich natural environment, with more than 220 square miles of protected wildlife refuges and 40 parks. Find king mackerel, amberjack, snapper and grouper. Featured Species: Barracuda, Cero Mackerel, Cobia, Crevalle Jack, Dolphinfish, Gray Snapper, King Mackerel, Red Drum, Red Grouper, Snook and Spotted Seatrout
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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
Cape Canaveral - Indian and Banana Rivers
Florida's Space Coast is a thin splinter of land between the St. Johns River and the Atlantic. It features an incredibly diverse and rich natural environment, with more than 220 square miles of protected wildlife refuges and 40 parks. Find king mackerel, amberjack, snapper and grouper. Featured Species: Barracuda, Cero Mackerel, Cobia, Crevalle Jack, Dolphinfish, Gray Snapper, King Mackerel, Red Drum, Red Grouper, Snook and Spotted Seatrout
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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
Daytona Beach - South Daytona to Palm Coast
World famous for everything from automobile racing to beachcombing, sunbathing, surfing and fishing. In addition to marlin, sailfish and other exotics found in the blue, offshore waters of the Gulf Stream, there are many other species, including crevalle jack, king mackerel, amberjack and dolphinfish. Local reefs and wrecks hide grouper and snapper. The nearby Halifax River provides a chance for snook, red drum and spotted trout.
Featured Species: Barracuda, Cero Mackerel, Cobia, Crevalle Jack, Dolphinfish, Flounder, Gray Snapper, King Mackerel, Red Drum, Red Grouper, Snook, Spotted Seatrout and Tarpon
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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
St. Augustine - Palm Coast to South Ponte Vedra Beach
Another year-round magnet for anglers, drawn to the unspoiled beauty and top-notch fishing. Venture offshore for marlin, sailfish, dolphin and wahoo. The nearby rivers offer connections with snook, spotted trout, red drum and tarpon. Inshore waters are home to king mackerel, crevalle jack, cobia, snapper and grouper. Featured Species: Barracuda, Cero Mackerel, Cobia, Dolphinfish, Flounder, Gray Snapper, King Mackerel, Red Drum, Red Grouper, Spotted Seatrout, Sailfish and Tarpon
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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
Ponte Vedra - South Ponte Vedra Beach to Ponte Vedra
Both inshore and offshore waters between St. Augustine and Isle of the Palms South are well known for the wide variety of gamefish available year-round. Work the rivers for red drum and spotted seatrout, the inlets for flounder and snook, then troll the seas for king mackerel and dolphinfish. Featured Species: Barracuda, Cero Mackerel, Cobia, Crevalle Jack, Dolphinfish, Gray Snapper, King Mackerel, Red Grouper, Sailfish and Tarpon
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Fishing Hot Spots, FL
St. Johns River - Fuller Warren Bridge to St Johns Inlet
The longest river in the state, spanning 310 miles. Red drum and spotted seatrout top the list of game fish, but sheepshead, crevalle jack, Atlantic croaker, ladyfish, tarpon, southern lounder and black drum also inhabit the area. A population of striped bass can be found in the deeper holes in downtown Jacksonville. Work the tributaries for largemouth bass, catfish or bream. Featured Species: Altlantic Croaker, Black Drum, Crevalle Jack, Red Drum, Sheepshead, Flounder, Spotted Seatrout, Striped Bass, Tarpon and Weakfish
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Some Valuable Florida Fishing and Fishing Map Links
Outside Florida Fishing LinkFlorida Fish and Wildlife -- Conservation Commission
Outside Florida Fishing LinkFlorida Sportsman -- Florida Sportsman Magazine - The Florida Fishing Experts
Outside Florida Fishing LinkMarine Fisheries -- Division of Marines Fisheries Management
Outside Florida Fishing LinkVisit Florida -- State of Florida's Official Travel Planning Website
Outside Florida Fishing LinkFlorida Fishing -- locate fishing guides, fishing charters, and fishing captains.
Outside Florida Fishing LinkExpedia.com --the cheapest way to purchase trips to Florida
Outside Florida Fishing LinkFlorida Fishing Online Magazine -- Captain Mel Berman's resource for saltwater and freshwater fishing information. Forums, fishing articles, fishing reports, and more.
Outside Florida Fishing LinkFly Fishing in St Augustine Florida
St. Augustine fly fishing Charters specializing in fly fishing and light tackle spin tackle in the backcountry saltwater estuaries in Saint Augustine Florida.
Outside Florida Fishing LinkJacksonville Fly Fishing Calendar
Outside Florida Fishing LinkFort Lauderdale Fishing - Come and enjoy a fun day of Fort Lauderdale fishing for marlin, wahoo, sailfish, dolphin, and other species with Captain Tom Zsak of the charter boat Happy Day Today.


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