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Daytona Beach Outdoors and Fishing
Take A Day To Go Fishing While You're Visiting Daytona
Wednesday November 25, 2015
Daytona has excellent fishing and great outdoors recreation in it's immediate vicinity. However I'm gonna touch on some of it's well known, exciting attractions and activities it's known for. Let's start off with a wave of the checkered flag as we start with the Daytona Speed Way.
The Daytona Speedway host the July 4th Fire Cracker 400 and several other races during the year. It's an exciting time and activity to spend with friends and family in a fast paced and popular spectator activity.
Speed Weeks – this is a name given to a two-week series of auto races held at the Daytona International Speedway during early February. Races held during Speedweeks include:
Rolex 24 at Daytona
ARCA RE/MAX Series – Daytona ARCA 200
NASCAR Nextel Cup – Budweiser Shootout
NASCAR Nextel Cup – Gatorade Duel
International Race of Champions
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series – Chevy Silverado HD 250
NASCAR Busch Series – Orbitz 300
NASCAR Nextel Cup – Daytona 500
If partying is your activity of choice you might consider Bike Week and Biketoberfest or possibly spring break during the traditional college spring break time periods. We have many spring breakers visiting our area to go fishing both in the ocean and inshore.
Daytona Offers Great Inshore and Offshore Fishing
Every spring breaker in America knows about Daytona Beach and it's drive on sandy beaches, but you may not have known about the summertime offshore & nearshore fishing for species like king mackerel, cobia, jack crevalle and more. During the cooler time of the year and angler might consider the local lagoons for shallow water fishing and the abundant redfish, sea trout and possibly an aerobatic tarpon before it gets too cold.
Whether you're looking to spend a full day or a half day on the water you may want to alot some time to enjoy Florida's sunshine and waterways catching a few fish and looking at the Daytona area's awesome wildlife and spectacular scenery. It's fun and captivating to add some outdoors time to your visit to Daytona this year, call Captain Gina and set up your day on the water today!
I'm Captain Richard Bradley and I grew up on Florida's east coast near world famous Daytona Beach and it's whinding waterways and beautiful beaches. I'm typically fishing from April to September in the Atlantic Ocean for large pelagics and benthic fish because of the calm mild and HOT weather while the waves are calm and the fishing conditions are favorable. During the cooler and windier months starting in the fall, I spend my time in the backwater country in our saltwater lagoons looking for redfish, sea trout and snook. I know, I know... It's a tough life, but someone HAS to do it! But HEY, I'd love to spend a day with you and share with you what I've experienced my whole life living on Florida's coastline near Daytona Beach Florida.
See You On The Water,
Captain Richard Bradley
Lagooner Fishing Guide
Daytona Beach Outdoor Activities
Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: November 16 2015 17:32:07.
Published by: Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides©
Captain Gina releases a large snook during the summer off Daytona's beautiful beach. "I love getting in my bikini and soaking up the sun while catching fish and looking at what the God's given us in central Florida. Call me today and I'll set you up with a great day on the water with one of our highly experienced fishing guides." explains Captain Gina
November - 2015 Fishing Report
The Banana River has had some spectacular days during October of 2015 and heading into November we are already plucking some nice sized trout in the shallow waters off Cocoa Beach and Merritt Island. Look for redfish and sea trout to improve as the temperatures continue to cool and the deeper dropoffs to provide plenty of action. Most of the fish during this month have been caught on rocky out-croppings or shallow water estuaries along the edges of islands and shorelines. Basically if you find good amounts of bait, you will find the fish
November - 2015 Fishing Forecast
Thanksgiving in Central Florida and on the Banana River Lagoon can be a great time of the year for almost all types of inshore species native to our area. Redfish, black drum and sea trout will really kick in as the month matures and will only get better as the winter deepens. Look for this fall month to produce good numbers of redfish and some spotted sea trout. If it's a very cool month, it should be better and warmer will still produce well. The nice thing about November too is that there is less fishing pressure and boaters on the lagoon. This will help with the gathering of fish in the busier parts of the lagoon and it's also a good time to have some seclusion.
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Inshore Charter Fishing in the Banana River Lagoon near Cocoa Beach, Florida. Catch redfish, sea trout, tarpon, snook and many other saltwater gamefish aboard the world famous Lagooner flats fishing boat with renowned Captain Richard Bradley.
Captain Richard worked hard to put fish in the boat. We were able to bring in a few big Reds and some trout, and a couple keepers to take home for dinner. It's always the hope to be able to catch lots of fish, but fishing is fishing and there are no guarantees; the time of the year we travel to Florida also has an impact on our fshing success. This last trip out with Captain Richard my wife came along and thorougly enjoyed the experience and catching the big Reds. She is looking forward to our next trip to Florida and another fishing trip with Captain Richard.
Written by: Roger Voigt about Lagooner Fishing Charters on January 12, 2015
5 / 5 stars