Shark Fishing Trips
with On The Hook Charters
Daytona Beach, Florida
Shark Fishing along the coast of Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach and Volusia County.
Just beyond the breakers along the shores of Daytona Beach you’ll find some of the best shark fishing in all of Florida.
Captain Corey’s Shark Fishing Trips are nearshore, along the fertile fishing grounds found along the Atlantic coast just off the shoreline. These waters produce an abundance of sharks for the taking. These include a wide variety of shark species including Bull Sharks, Black Tip Sharks, Atlantic Sharpnosed Sharks, Lemon Sharks, Bonnet or Shovel Head Sharks and many more species. The sharks we catch on these Shark Fishing Trips typically range in size from 3 to 6 feet in length however much bigger sharks are often caught by anglers fishing with Captain Corey.
Forget About Shark Week!
Shark Fishing is Year Round in Daytona Beach!
Daytona Beach is one of the best places to go shark fishing in Florida! And remember, shark fishing in Daytona Beach begins just off the coast. So there’s no long traveling time lost getting to the fishing grounds when you’re shark fishing with Captain Corey and On The Hook Charters in Daytona Beach.
“Keepers” and “Catch and Release”
In local waters, the state of Florida has regulations that determine which of these shark species and which sizes are considered “Catch and Release” and which are “Keepers”. Captain Corey is familiar with all the Florida regulations that determine which species and sizes of sharks you will be allowed to keep and which must be released. Either way, shark fishing with Captain Corey is an exciting adventure and no one who hooks a fierce fighting shark with Captain Corey will be disappointed.
Shark Fishing is great year round in the waters off Daytona Beach. Call Captain Corey for more details and to arrange your next Daytona Beach Shark Fishing Trip!
Captain Corey holds the line while a guest angler brings in the Shark!
The waters off the shores of Daytona Beach are home to many creatures including big sharks like this nurse shark.
Not all sharks species are “Keepers” and some are just too big and dangerous to bring aboard but it’s all about Having Fun, Making Memories and capturing some great photos!
Below: Underwater photo of the big nurse shark above.
Captain Corey shows off a nice size Atlantic Sharpnosed Shark this young lady caught while shark fishing with On The Hook Charters in Daytona Beach, Florida.
There’s nothing more fun than catching Sharks in Daytona Beach with Captain Corey and First Mate Melissa! That’s Captain Corey holding an Atlantic Sharpnosed Shark!