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Spring Vacation in Florida...

Friday July 20, 2018

Charter fishing on Florida's east coast near Daytona Beach and it's intracoastal Waterway near Ponce Inlet and the Mosquito Lagoon is always an enjoyable way to spend the day when your vacationing and looking for fun activities.

Whether you're a novice or an expert angler, there's always something in Florida to catch it in the briny saltwater lagoons and ocean. During the cooler season when the wind is blowing and the temperatures are down, the inshore fishing for redfish and sea trout are a great retreat from the beach.  When the heat comes on in the spring and summer the ocean is the place to be for king mackerel, cobia and mahi as warm Florida sunshine pulls anglers offshore in pursuit larger gamefish.

Daytona Beach and it's surrounding areas are traditional spring break destinations for vacationing college students after the holidays. Florida is a safe alternative for the Central American and European tourist as it's attractions are trusted and visited by millions each year. Minutes from Orlando's theme parks and St. Augustine's historical forts and cobblestone roads, Daytona offers everything for the traveling fisherman and his companions wanting to take a few days to stop and enjoy the outdoors and some city life too.

Within a few minutes you can be fishing the famous Indian River Lagoon known for sightfishing red fish and topwater trout action. If an angler is lucky the coveted slam or even the grand slam of inshore fishing can be obtained in one given day with snook, sea trout, tarpon and redfish offering the most angling action one can endure.

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Ambitious anglers and their companions will want to try their hand at reeling in some heavy weights like king mackerel with it's blistering speed or the tasty cobia and it's powerful long fights in the Atlantic Ocean. Most charters will launch directly out of Port Canaveral only a short drive from the Daytona area. The Central Florida area is famous for Cape Canaveral and the Canaveral Shoreline where Kennedy Space Center launches space shuttles and rockets over the deep abyss of the Gulf Stream and Atlantic.

When is the best time to fish in Daytona?

It's odd and convenient, but Daytona's spring fishing is as consistent as it's college students from February till April. The summer can produce awesome fishing offshore opportunities and the spring is a good mix for both inshore and ocean fishing. Daytona's fall can still produce great fishing, but the combination of winds, weather make the autumn time of the year less welcoming unless you happen to arrive between fronts consider being flexible with this transitional season.

Fishing during Spring Break in Daytona

Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: July 09 2018 18:19:18.

Published by: Captain of Lagooner Fishing Guides©

Where is the Best Florida Fishing Trips and Guides?

Experience, quality and safety is what anglers need when they hire a charter fishing captain for the day. Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner fishing guides boast over 35 years of fishing experience in Brevard County both inshore and offshore holding a United States Coast Guard Merchant Marine OUPV Captain's License and being trained in CPR and First Aid annually. Captain Richard also has all the Florida Wildlife Commission's fishing licensing for all saltwater species including the Federal Permits for offshore species for all his customers and crew.

When choosing a guide simply ask... "Is this your full-time job?" You'll often find a recreational angler looking to make a few extra dollars AT YOUR EXPENSE.

Of course it's subjective on whose the best, but we'd make a wager that Florida's Space Coast has the best fishing trips and guides in the state and Lagooner Fishing Guides are at the top of the list when it comes to customer satisfaction and return visits from it's customers.

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Inshore and Offshore Charter Fishing near Orlando and 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.

Hands down, Captain Richard and his wife Captain Gina make for an incredible fishing experience. Richard is a true professional and a real pleasure to be with. Gina provides exceptional customer service and makes you feel very much appreciated. Can't wait to get back there again.
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