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Saturday October 01, 2016

Fishing enthusiast often come to Florida to get their saltwater fix with a charter fishing trip in the inshore, offshore and coastal waters bordering Florida's beautiful shorelines.

Whether you're visiting Florida for the first time or traveling the Sunshine State regularly it's time to treat yourself to one of Florida's finest activities and 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 for the vacationer from it's theme parks, it's natural inland beauty to it's pristine clear waters in the inshore lagoons. Ocean fishing on a calm summer afternoon and soaking up some extra sun before heading back home to show your tan and the photographs of an awesome fishing adventure on Florida's Atlantic Ocean or Indian River Lagoon.

Saltwater Inshore Lagoon Fishing

During the cooler months of October thru May anglers can expect to have some world class sea trout and red fishing in the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoons near Kennedy Space Center. A wonderful 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 the crowded south Florida is the sleepy cottage community of Cocoa Beach and Merritt Island where the Banana River and Indian River Lagoons meet at Dragon Point and flow from Sebastian Inlet and north to New Smyrna and Ponce Inlet.

Inshore fishing is accomplished in our shallow water lagoons with specialized boats called "Flats Boats" which are named for their ability to traverse the very shallow or skinny water lagoons and 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 a combination of artificial and live baits. Many people enjoy the calmer inshore fishing during the winter than the rough cold winter water offshore.

Offshore Big Game and Ocean Fishing

Warm summer months produce some mighty fine fishing off Florida's east coast for anglers wanting to expand their fishing adventure to an offshore trip for larger big game like tarpon, cobia, mackerel and mahi-mahi. We're not known for our billfish, but we do have an occasional sailfish light up in the prop wash when fishing the deeper waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Larger vessels are typically used for offshore ocean fishing and our fishing guides use 24 foot coastal boats with towers and ample cooler space for anglers wanting to keep their limit in saltwater game fish. If the ocean is unfishable due to high winds and seas we often switch our crew to inshore waters where anglers can enjoy saltwater fishing on lighter tackle and remain safe and comfortable. Look for great summertime fishing in Florida during the warmer months and check out what's biting with our fishing report below.

Orlando Fishing Guide

Hello Florida Visitors and Fishing Enthusiast,

Florida holds some of the world's finest fishing and thanks to improved management our fishing here is better than it's been in decades. We've been having some of the best inshore and offshore fishing that many of us has seen in a lifetime and it's never been a better time to go fishing than now.

If you're visiting the Florida area in the next few months or year, please look us up and give us a call for some of the world's finest saltwater inshore and offshore fishing. Whether it's a family vacation or a business trip a Florida fishing adventure is always a good time that everyone will have fun and enjoy.

Captain Richard Bradley
Lagooner Fishing Charter Captain

Looking for information about fishing in Florida and it's inshore and offshore angling opportunities? Call (321) 868-4953 and Ask for Captain Gina. She'll be more than glad to talk to you in length about setting up a fishing trip while you're visiting the southeast United States.

Florida Fishing Trips and Charters

Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: September 13 2016 18:56:12.

Published by: Captain of Lagooner Fishing Guides©

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Professional Florida Fishing Guide

If you truly want a full time, experienced and fully licensed, insured charter fishing captain and fishing guide that has the professional qualifications, please give us a call and we'll put you Florida fishing trip together so you can catch the big fish and enjoy your day.  Contact Captain Gina and setup a charter at (321) 868-4953 or simply fill out the form on the page to inquire about an Orlando Fishing Trip with a qualified professional Fishing Charter Captain and Guide.

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Cocoa Beach's premier saltwater fishing guide with over 25 years of charter fishing experience in his native waters.
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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.

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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