Stand Up Paddle Boarding Cocoa Beach

Cocoa Beach offers gobs of fun! The region’s natives are known for their unique past times: Surfing, Wind Surfing, Wakeboarding and Paddle Boarding. This is why Cocoa Beach is referred to as “The Surfing Capital of the East.” Paddle Boarding is one of the newest additions to Cocoa Beach’s surfside activities. Anglers have found Paddle Boarding to be an alternative to kayak or boat fishing, it’s fun and less expensive. Continue reading “Stand Up Paddle Boarding Cocoa Beach”

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Naples, Florida Fishing

Naples, Florida is home to some of the most pristine estuaries and back water fishing Florida has to offer. Whether you are targeting snook, redfish, spotted seatrout or tarpon (or all four) the back waters of Naples is a fisherman’s paradise. At any given time of the year you can find skiffs poling around the mangrove islands, or kayak anglers silently gliding over the grass beds in search of a grand slam; catching one of each species. But what makes this area in southwest Florida home to some of the best backwater fishing in the state? And with thousands of miles of shoreline, elaborate network of bays, acres and acres of seagrass beds and a countless number of oyster bars, how does one go about finding fish and what to use to entice a bite? Continue reading “Naples, Florida Fishing”

Bradenton Fishing Charters

Bradenton Florida is nestled in the center of a slew of great fisheries. This single fact makes Bradenton Fishing Charter expeditions an excellent choice for your SW Florida fishing trip. From this launch location you are a simple turn and a short ride to everything from St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay to Longboat Key and Siesta Key. But the heart of Bradenton fishing is in the heart of the town. Continue reading “Bradenton Fishing Charters”

Sarasota, Florida Fishing Insight

Sarasota, Florida Fishing

Last year I got to spend some time fishing Sarasota, Florida specifically while fishing a Tampa area tournament series. It was the one day my local partner couldn’t make it, so I was off to fish on my own – no scouting, and no idea. I sat in a hotel room the night before studying Google maps – made a plan and did a pre-dawn roll out. Continue reading “Sarasota, Florida Fishing Insight”