Deep Sea Fishing Charters and Cocoa Beach Fishing
Fishing Charters Near Me, Cape Canaveral Fishing Captains
Deep Sea Fishing Charters
There is much to offer when it comes to Cocoa Beach Fishing. If you're staying in the Central Florida area near Orlando, Cape Canaveral or Cocoa Beach, merely pick up your smartphone and ask Siri, "Where's the best deep sea fishing charters near me?" and she will likely answer with, "Do you want Cocoa Beach Fishing Captains? I'll show you a list of them".
"Deep Sea fishing charters near Cocoa Beach has some of the most skilled, professional guides. Our Cape Canaveral fishing captains are well equipped and have a record of safety and proven record for results. The ocean fishing is simply some of the best in the United States", says Captain Richard Bradley. "If you are vacationing in an Orlando theme park like Disney or Universal Studios, you'll not want to miss a day of action-packed fishing adventure while visiting us. You'll enjoy catching fish and soaking up Florida's sunshine. It's a great alternative to the long lines at Orlando's attractions."
Cocoa Beach Fishing
Choosing deep sea fishing charters in Cocoa Beach is smart, economical and comfortable. Port Canaveral is entirely the best bet with the vast variety of fish and habitat off its coast. Selecting a Cocoa Beach Fishing Charter Captain is just as easy too. Captain Richard Bradley has over 40 years fishing experience out of Port Canaveral and Cocoa Beach area and is well qualified and full time. "If you're choosing a Charter Captain, look for a full time, licensed and insured Captain" explains Captain Gina. "We see so many part-time illegal fishing guides in our area that have no clue about how to take care of their customers and make a difference in a fishing day. Safety and success are our main concern, and it's not just about making a boat payment or extra money for us, it's about making a livelihood and doing it RIGHT." Our website reflects what we believe so take a look around and you'll see the quality in everything we do.
Cape Canaveral Fishing Captains
While deep sea fishing Cocoa Beach and Port Canaveral's beaches there are many reefs, rocks, ridges, and wrecks for the fishing enthusiast to explore. Hiring an experienced and knowledgeable local fishing guide offers the best opportunity for anglers to hook you up with many of the local species of saltwater fish like the powerful Jack Crevalle or aerobatic tarpon. Venturing further offshore offers anglers deeper water species like Snapper, Grouper, Sailfish, and Dolphin. Just ask your Charter Fishing Captain what's biting and follow his lead to the best bite in Central Florida's offshore waters.
Great Barracuda Barracuda, Cuda, Bacarruda Great barracudas are large fish. Mature specimens are usually around 60?100 cm (24?39 in) in length and weigh 2.5?9.0 kg (5.5?19.8 lb). Exceptionally large specimens can exceed 1.5 m (4.9 ft) and weigh...read more
Mahi Mahi Dolphin, Mahi Mahi, Dorado Mahi-mahi are one of the best tasting and most sought after gamefish in the world. When hooked they "light up" with bright blue green and yellow colors that are the envy of any other species. Lagooner...read more
Bonito Little Tuny, False Albacore Atlantic bonito belong to a group which have the dorsal fins very near, or separated by a narrow interspace. Its body is completely scaled, with those scales in the pectoral fin area and the lateral line usually larger in...read more
KingFish King Mackerel, King Fish, Mackerel Scomberomorus cavalla Kingfish have colored iridescent bluish green on their backs with silvery sides a streamlined body and tapered heads. There is no black color on the front of dorsal fins and the lateral line...read more
Cobia Ling, Crab Eater, Lemon Fish Cobia is hard fighting, massive fish that never seem to give up the battle even after they're boated. Average size of this fish appears to be over 25 lbs with 35-40 lbs not uncommon. Brown to black colored with no teeth,...read more
Red Snapper American Red Snapper Red Snapper is a brilliant Color of pinkish red over their entire body, whitish below; long triangular snout; anal fin sharply pointed; no dark lateral spot. Snapper is an important commercial fish that is superb on the...read more
Florida Coastal and Pelagic Sharks Florida has an abundant number of shark species along its coastline including the Blacktip Shark, Bonnethead Shark, Bull Shark, Great Hammerhead Shark, Lemon Shark, Nurse Shark and Tiger Shark. Each shark is unique in its...read more
Sailfish Atlantic Sailfish or Sail Fish, Billfish Sailfish are colored dark blue on top, brown-blue laterally, silvery white underbelly; upper jaw elongated in form of spear; first dorsal greatly enlarged in the form of a sail, with many black spots, its...read more
Blackfin Blackfin Tuna or Thunnus atlanticus Blackfin tuna (Thunnus atlanticus) is the smallest tuna species in the Thunnus genus, generally growing to a maximum of 100 cm (39 in) in length and weighing 21 kg (46 lbs). Blackfin tuna have...read more
Grouper Gag Grouper, Grey Grouper This species of grouper has brownish gray in color with dark worm-like markings on sides. Gag or Grey Grouper are often confused with Black Grouper. Probably the most popular grouper targeted on Florida's coastline, the...read more
Mangrove Snapper Gray Snapper Mangrove Snapper have dark brown or gray with reddish or orange spots in rows along the sides and a dark horizontal band from snout through the eye on young fish; two prominent canine teeth at the front of the upper jaw and...read more
Port Canaveral Offshore Fishing Report I took a day to go fishing offshore of Port Canaveral a few years back and decided to repost this video as part of my Port Canaveral Offshore Fishing Report. The video may be a few years old, but the report is the...read more
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