9 Common Offshore Species Fishing Charters in Naples Will Target

Fishing offshore in Naples is a much different experience than inshore or freshwater. There’s no land within sight and the seas can be a bit topsy-turvy. Once you snag one of the kings of the open ocean though, you’ll understand why veteran anglers love offshore fishing so much.

The Gulf Coast off Naples and throughout Florida is known for the best offshore fishing. Offshore can be considered anywhere from just off the beach to 150 miles out – most fishing charters will go at least 30 miles offshore to find deeper water and more plentiful fish.

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6 Ways to Find a High Quality NC Offshore Fishing Charter

If you’re vacationing in Wilmington or other coastal areas of North Carolina, you may be considering an offshore fishing charter as part of your trip. It is possible to go fishing on your own, but if you’re unfamiliar with the area, your chances of returning with a hearty catch are pretty slim. Continue reading “6 Ways to Find a High Quality NC Offshore Fishing Charter”

6 Signs to Triple your Catch While Fishing Off Cocoa Beach

To a novice angler, fishing is as simple as putting some bait in the water and waiting for something to bite it. To experienced anglers and fishing guides in Cocoa Beach though, having a fun and successful day catching fish requires a bit more observation of the current conditions.

Local residents and charter captains will likely have contacts who will provide insights on what’s currently biting where, but in the end, even the most experienced angler will look at the following signs to see where large gamefish may be.

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5 Species that a Table Rock Lake Fishing Guide Will be Searching For

Table Rock Lake in the Ozark Mountains is a prime fishing destination near Branson, Missouri. This lake created by a dam on the White River is in fact part of a network of three lakes covering southern Missouri and northern Arkansas.

Within Table Rock, Taneycomo and Bull Shoals lakes resides a large number of various fish species. Many of these fish like minnows and shad are really small and serve as food for the larger fish that guides target.

Below are 5 common species that fishing guides around Table Rock Lake will target during an outing. Continue reading for a brief description of each of these fish species, including their appearance, average size, diet and more.

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