When we talk about “Florida Beach Fishing,” we are generally referring to the near shore water located within casting distance of sunbathers and bikinis. The shallow sandbars along our stretch of coast are home to an array of species.
Pompano, Ladyfish, Bluefish, Spanish Mackrel, Jack Crevelle, Cobia, Redfish, False Albacore and Tarpon are the main species we target along the beaches.
We chase many of these fish looking for “breaking” fish (feeding on the surface), diving birds or looking for the actual fish in the water. For most of these species, we employ a “run-and-gun” method, covering water in the boat until the fish are spotted.
Florida beach fishing can produce some fast-paced action, and both our Bay Boat and Flats Boat fishing charters fish the beaches with fly and spin tackle.