Top 10 Florida Fishing Spots

Top 10 Florida Fishing Spots

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Florida is full of many wonders and opportunities for adventure. It’s the perfect state to retire, enjoy a family vacation, and most importantly, go fishing! We’ve put together this list of some of the hottest fishing spots in Florida – however, this by no means covers even a fraction of Florida’s amazing fisheries. With such a large state surrounded by two major bodies of water, it’s impossible to include all of Florida’s hottest fishing destinations in one video.

When it comes to variety, Florida’s got plenty of it. Whether it’s weaving through mangroves, casting over flats, bottom fishing over reefs, or trolling the deep blue waters of the Gulf – you’ll be able to experience it all here!

Florida boasts some of the most diverse fisheries in the entire world. You can chase big pelagic fish, such as Marlin and Tuna or target delicious Grouper and Snapper species. You can cruise along the Keys, hop on a party boat in Miami, or enjoy a relaxing family vacation in Naples. Your options are endless!

The best part is, planning a trip is extra easy. All Florida saltwater charters provide licenses for their customers, and rods, reels, and tackle are included in the price as well. Just remember to pack some sun protection and bring your favorite snacks and drinks for the ride.

Get ready to bask in the Sunshine State, catch lots of fish, and create unforgettable memories. Click on the link above the description, take a look at some of the charters in the area, and start planning your Florida getaway today!

3 Comments

  1. MikeHawk on September 22, 2021 at 11:21 pm

    Smallest black drum I’ve ever seen 😂

  2. Mike Paulo on September 22, 2021 at 11:35 pm

    Great video!

  3. J C on September 22, 2021 at 11:41 pm

    I’ve heard Apalachicola is really good too. Honestly, fishing is pretty awesome everywhere in Florida. I fish the Amelia river and I catch Reds,Sea Trout, and Flounder. I release them all back into the water so you can come catch them too.

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