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      The worst part of the experience was the scheduling. It was booked and cancelled two times I reluctantly tried one more time. I glad I did this was probably one of the best parts of my vacation. I fished the Everglades with captain Joe Gruny....More

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Inshore fishing in New Smyrna the most popular of all fishing trips

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Freshwater fishing in New Smyrna for largemouth bass and crappie trips

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Deep Sea fishing in New Smyrna, good way to catch variety of all fishing species

Fishing in New Smyrna

New Smyrna deep sea, freshwater and inshore fishing have long been renowned way beyond the Sunshine State. These waters are brimming with the likes of  Snook, Redfish, and Tarpon inshore, shark, mahi mahi, kingfish and jack offshore and of corse trophy largemouth bass during most of the year. With a wide range of other species to keep you busy on even the slowest of days of fishing.

In fact, there’s such a variety of species cruising the New Smyrna waters  year-round, you’d be seriously hard-pressed to find a local fishing guide that recalls the last time the clients came back from the trip empty-handed. The sandy beaches line countless miles of waterways, Ponce de Leon Inlet, Indian River, and Mosquito Lagoon. Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway and the Indian River draws a whole ecosystem right by the town’s doorstep.

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It’s easy to get lost in the town of New Smyrna – in a good way. Florida’s Minutes from downtown, you can explore a plethora of deep creeks, channels, oyster bars, mangrove islands, bridges, and causeways to fish. Many of the locations you will find the greatest inshore New Smyrna Beach fishing experiences, as we explore the endless waters in search of the area’s famous Bull Redfish and Gator Trout. This is arguability the only place in the world Redfish stay in the same area all year round.
The beauty of these waters it places like the Mosquito Lagoon, which is a favorite destination among New Smyrna fishing charters and guides. The greatest things taken hom about a New Smyrna fishing charters is very rarely the fishing, almost every fishing charter will have the presence of herons, pelicans, manatees, porpoises, and other wildlife.

Boating out of Ponce Inlet, and you will be in some of the most beautiful and abundant waters on the east coast. This area doesn’t experience the same amount of tourism or overfishing as you find in other locations. offshore, there are more wrecks and artificial reefs than anywhere else on the east coast. Just 25 miles offshore, you can find the Oculina Coral reefs, another hotspot for bottom fishing, for species such as Snappers, Groupers, Triggerfish, and Amberjacks.

With all this structure around, the conditions are also ideal for attracting pelagic fish. The Gulf Stream is accessible on longer day trips, and with it comes Mahi Mahi, Yellowfin Tuna, King Mackerel, Wahoo, Sailfish, and even Blue Marlin on occasion. With the continental shelf dropping 40 miles offshore, big pelagics and deep waters are certainly accessible for those with the engine power to make it there and back in a day.

Freshwater fishing is all around New Smyrna, with the conditions offshore and inshore unpredictable at times it’s always a great option. Florida known as the trophy largemouth bass capital of the world. So if you find yourself wanting a more laid back day, or the weather has your feeling seasick, New Smyrna bass fishing is a great option.

Types of Fishing?

Your typical New Smyrna fishing trip can begin with casting jigs or lures around the various bridges or even live-bait that in current of the inlet and bay. Fishing there can be rewarded with the famous Bull Red, which also live around creeks, inlets and grass flats, and rock piles. New Smyrna is home to a good time, laid back lifestyle and charter boats. Whether are looking for a fun day out with your friends and family or for a corporate outing, there are dozens of packages available for you. Go for light tackle action for Redfish, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel, Snook, and Trout, catch Tarpon on a fly. Bottom fish for Grouper, tasty Snapper, or Amberjack. Enjoy trolling offshore for Wahoo and Mahi-Mahi. Whichever trip you have in mind, you will be able to make a great catch possible.

New Smyrna Fishing Charter Seasons

January

With clear waters in the backcountry, winter in New Smyrna Beach is a paradise for anglers. Sight fishing is the name of the game at this time: look out for tailing Redfish making their way through the shallow waters.

February

Inshore fishing continues to be very rewarding, with beautiful blue skies and nice temperatures sending away the winter blues. Bottom fishing for Snapper, Grouper and Amberjack is very good over the reefs and wrecks.

March

As the waters warm up for spring, numbers of baitfish increase. This brings the backcountry to life. Nearshore, watch out for migrating Manta Rays – there will almost always be a Cobia following them northwards up the coastline.

April

With average temperatures between 60 and 79 degrees, April in New Smyrna beach is very comfortable. Get out on the water and make the most of the nearshore bite: Cobia, Kingfish, and Sharks are all picking up this month.

May

Escape the crowds of Orlando and enjoy a relaxed day on the water in the lagoon or the Atlantic ocean. Warmer currents offshore bring pelagics like Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo within fishable range.

June

Tarpon fishing heats up along the beaches as the weather gets very warm. Afternoon storms are common, meaning a lot of charters will fish earlier in the morning. With calm nearshore waters, this is a perfect time for family fishing.

July

Some real rod-benders can be caught out of New Smyrna Beach in July. Summertime is perfect for battling a Shark in shallow waters close to shore, or even heading offshore for Tuna and Mahi Mahi. Bottom fishing is very good.

August

Temperatures are high and afternoon storms are common. With beaches full of vacationers, this is a good time to get out onto the peaceful waters inshore or to battle a Tarpon in Ponce Inlet. Offshore fishing remains very good. 

September

The Fall Mullet run attracts migratory fish close to shore. This is the time of year for huge Bull Redfish around the beaches and inshore waters. Don’t miss the annual FishStock festival for days of tournaments, talks, and bargains. 

October

The weather begins to get cooler, while the migration southwards continues. Catch Sailfish, Kingfish, Wahoo and more offshore, or make the most of the incredible Seatrout and Redfish bite in the Indian River.

November

As the weather transitions to winter, the inshore lagoons look increasingly appealing. Speckled Seatrout, Redfish, and Snook can be caught through February, while Wahoo, Sailfish, and Kingfish are biting well offshore.

December

Bottom fishing is great at this time of year, with Snappers and Groupers moving to closer reefs and wrecks. Inshore, you will find large quantities of Sheepshead making for some fun fishing and great eating over the holiday period. 

With clear waters in the backcountry, winter in New Smyrna Beach is a paradise for anglers. Sight fishing is the name of the game at this time: look out for tailing Redfish making their way through the shallow waters. 

Inshore fishing continues to be very rewarding, with beautiful blue skies and nice temperatures sending away the winter blues. Bottom fishing for Snapper, Grouper and Amberjack is very good over the reefs and wrecks.

As the waters warm up for spring, numbers of baitfish increase. This brings the backcountry to life. Nearshore, watch out for migrating Manta Rays – there will almost always be a Cobia following them northwards up the coastline.

With average temperatures between 60 and 79 degrees, April in New Smyrna beach is very comfortable. Get out on the water and make the most of the nearshore bite: Cobia, Kingfish, and Sharks are all picking up this month.

Escape the crowds of Orlando and enjoy a relaxed day on the water in the lagoon or the Atlantic ocean. Warmer currents offshore bring pelagics like Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo within fishable range.

Tarpon fishing heats up along the beaches as the weather gets very warm. Afternoon storms are common, meaning a lot of charters will fish earlier in the morning. With calm nearshore waters, this is a perfect time for family fishing.

Some real rod-benders can be caught out of New Smyrna Beach in July. Summertime is perfect for battling a Shark in shallow waters close to shore, or even heading offshore for Tuna and Mahi Mahi. Bottom fishing is very good.

Temperatures are high and afternoon storms are common. With beaches full of vacationers, this is a good time to get out onto the peaceful waters inshore or to battle a Tarpon in Ponce Inlet. Offshore fishing remains very good. 

The Fall Mullet run attracts migratory fish close to shore. This is the time of year for huge Bull Redfish around the beaches and inshore waters. Don’t miss the annual FishStock festival for days of tournaments, talks, and bargains. 

The weather begins to get cooler, while the migration southwards continues. Catch Sailfish, Kingfish, Wahoo and more offshore, or make the most of the incredible Seatrout and Redfish bite in the Indian River.

As the weather transitions to winter, the inshore lagoons look increasingly appealing. Speckled Seatrout, Redfish, and Snook can be caught through February, while Wahoo, Sailfish, and Kingfish are biting well offshore.

Bottom fishing is great at this time of year, with Snappers and Groupers moving to closer reefs and wrecks. Inshore, you will find large quantities of Sheepshead making for some fun fishing and great eating over the holiday period. 

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Inshore Fishing Charters

New Smyrna Inshore fishing, the most popular of all fishing trips.

Freshwater Fishing Charters

Freshwater fishing in New Smyrna for largemouth bass and crappie trips

Deep Sea Fishing Charters

Deep Sea fishing in New Smyrna for Grouper, Snapper, Shark and others

      The trip was awesome. We will be doing it again next year. Captain was well versed and knowledgeable.More

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    12/02/2018

      Captain Brad and his first mate Rick treated us like family. Extremely knowledgeable and patient. We had a blast. Will be booking with them again.More

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    1/12/2019

      We had Robert Miley for a guide and he was excellent. We caught lots of fish from a pound to 3.5 lbs. Will definitely be back when the top water bite is on. Robert kept us moving when the bite slowed at a spot he...More

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    12/18/2018

      If there was a "Coach of the Year" award for Bass fishing it would go to Captain John Leech! I am new to Bass fishing and was trying to prepare for a local tournament the day after our trip together. Capt Leech taught me more...More

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