From the looks of it, 2018 is going to be a great year for fishing in Daytona Beach!
Fishing has been great this Spring despite a lot of windy days. At left is First Mate Melissa with a couple of Mahi cuaght on an offshore fishing charter in May. At right a guest angler holds a large redfish he caught fishing this spring with Captain Corey who’s standing (leaning) just behind him.
Captain Corey and guest on the left with a big Flounder. Flounder can be caught on Inshore and Offshore Fishing Trips. Captain Corey on the right with two Mangrove Snappers. Mangrove Snappers are more common offshore but can also be caught on inshore fishing trips.
First Mate Melissa at left holds up a nice Red Snapper caught by the guest next to her. Captain Corey also holds up a Red Snapper caught by the lady next to him. Red Snapper are a common catch on our Offshore Fishing Trips in Daytona Beach. They are currently “Catch and Release” only but special “Keeper” seasons come up from time to time. Many other Snappers such as Mangrove Snappers, Lane Snappers and Vermillion Snappers are “Keepers” as long as they are within size limits. They are all delicious!
We caught big Bull Redfish off the coast of Daytona Beach this Spring! This Spring has been great for catching bull redfish like these just off the coast of Daytona Beach. Young redfish (slot size “Keepers”) live inshore and can be caught on our inshore fishing trips. Big mature, Bull Redfish like these live just off the coast and can be caught on our offshore fishing trips! These big breeder redfish are a lot of fun to catch but must be released to breed.
More Pictures from our fishing charters in Spring 2018.
It was a chilly start to Spring 2018 in Daytona Beach but the fishing was Hot from the Start! Below: Having fun catching Triggerfish while fishing the artificial reefs of Daytona Beach.