Our area has an abundance of redfish. Redfish is one of the most sought after saltwater game fish. They put up a great fight and are excellent table fare. We do catch them year round, but mid October thru mid May are the best times. We offer sight fishing opportunities as well, for both fly fishing and light tackle. The best times for this is April and May.
Our region is known for lots of trout and big trophy gator trout. Trout can be caught year round. Trout is the most sought after due to higher limits than redfish and their excellent table fare. The best times is mid October thru mid May. If you are looking to catch big numbers, January and February is the best time. If you are looking for an opportunity to catch a trophy gator trout, mid March thru mid May is your best chance.
Tripletail is by far one of the best eating fish there is. They are super fun to catch as well. It’s one of our favorite target species. The best time to target these are mid May thru September. If this is something you would like to target, contact us for more details. We often travel to different areas to target these.
Late spring all through summer is a great time for shark fishing in our area. The most common species are black tip, bulls, spinners, bonnet heads, hammer heads, Atlantics, and more. Our favorite way to target these is with lighter tackle.
We often catch many other species throughout the year. Flounder, spanish mackerel, snook, cobia, tarpon, and many more.
Scallopjng is fun for people of all ages. We often refer to it as an adult Easter egg hunt. You will snorkel around in the shallow water grass flats looking for the delicious bay scallops. Fresh scallops are much sweeter in taste compared to ones you can buy elsewh. The season typically opens mode June until Labor Day. This is extremely popular and we often book prime dates a year in advance, so don’t wait too late to book this trip.
We offer coastal duck hunting. The most common species includes redheads, bluebills, and buffleheads. Other species which have been taken are teal, wood ducks, pintail, and more. See our duck hunting page for more information
These trips are often night trips targeting flounder, sheepshead, and mullet. It requires little to no wind for best visibility.
We offer shallow water spearfishing trips targeting mullet, flounder, cobia, sheepshead, and more.
These trips can be day or night. Daytime the target species are typically mullet and stingrays. Night opportunities are flounder, mullet, sheepshead, and flounder and stingrays.
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