Florida Saltwater Fishing 10358
Clients come from all over the world to fish the flats on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Famous for it’s world class tarpon fishery and many other species that roam the flats and this outfitter targets all of them. Fish such as big redfish, snook, and sea trout are daily targets nearly year round. Others such a cobia, triple tail, mackerel, and giant tarpon migrate through our area at different times of the year. Don’t forget about the sharks that cruise the shallows in search of their prey. From Bonnet Head Sharks and Black Tips to the much larger and very aggressive Bull Sharks, Hammer Heads, and the fierce Oceanic Tiger Shark. Fishing these gin clear waters is a special treat and one you won’t soon forget. Freshwater fishing is also an option. Anglers from around the country travel south to find the best in big bass fishing. Central Florida is the king of trophy large mouth bass. Trolling or casting wild shiners along heavy weed beds is the best approach in search of that ten pound bucketmouth that every bass fisherman dreams about. Going through 50 shiners in a day is a not an unusual practice during the peak spring and fall months. Artificial lures such as plastic worms or top water plugs can also produce good numbers of fish. Flipping in heavy cover is everyone’s favorite for catching the big boys. Any type of bass fishing you prefer, these guys can do it. From Okeechobee to the Withlacoochee River, they cover the top spots for giant large mouth bass. Crappie fishing is also available. Florida also is home to many lakes that produce high numbers of crappie. In the fall and winter months they typically land daily limits of crappie up to and over 2 pounds. That’s a big crappie. And they are superb table-fare.