Florida Fishing Charters
I’m Captain Richard Bradley and I’ve been charter fishing over 30 years in Florida. Outdoor enthusiasts often come to our area to get their saltwater fix on a private Florida deep sea fishing charter on our inshore and coastal waterways. A Florida fishing charter makes for an excellent opportunity to explore Florida’s east coast backcountry and Atlantic Ocean. Whether you’re visiting Florida for the first time or traveling to the Sunshine State regularly, please consider my services as an experienced fishing guide and treat yourself to a special Florida fishing charter.
Warm summer months produce exceptional fishing off Florida’s east coast. Experience your fishing adventure for massive game fish like tarpon, cobia, kingfish, and mahi-mahi. Cocoa Beach fishing charters and Port Canaveral fishing charters are not known for billfish. However, we do have an occasional sailfish light up in the prop wash.
See what all the hoopla’s about in the Florida Sportsman magazine, and all the fishing shows you see on TV. Florida has it all from its Orlando theme parks; inshore fishing Florida on its natural inland waterways to Florida sport fishing charters.
Florida Deep Sea Fishing Charters and Inshore Fishing Trips
During the colder months of October thru May, anglers can expect to have some world class sea trout and red fishing. Typically, this happens while Indian River fishing or the Mosquito Lagoon near Kennedy Space Center. A pleasant diversion for the traveling business person is a quiet day of watching wildlife while pulling in some of Florida’s gamefish.
East of Orlando and north of Miami and crowded south Florida is the sleepy cottage community of Cocoa Beach and Merritt Island. In the middle of where the Banana River and Indian River meet at Dragon Point and flow from Sebastian Inlet north to New Smyrna and Ponce Inlet. Inshore fishing in our shallow water lagoons consists of specialized boats called “Flats Boats.” In particular, given the name for their ability to traverse the very shallow or skinny water. For example, fishing the lagoons to stalk the fish that are typically holding in less than three feet of water on the beautiful grass beds. Anglers will use light tackle to pursue on with a combination of artificial and live baits. Many people enjoy the calmer inshore fishing during the winter than the rough cold winter water offshore.
We would enjoy taking you on one of our Inshore Trips or deep sea fishing trips. With each of our charters, we do provide your fishing license and all fishing equipment. Call (321) 868-4953 and ask for Captain Gina. As always, she’ll be more than glad to talk to you in length about our fishing trips. Capt. Gina will like setting up a trip for you while you’re visiting.
– Captain Richard Bradley