Central Florida and Daytona Beach are perfect for inshore and deep sea fishing year round. Easy access to the Gulf Stream and world famous flats fishing in nearby Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River make the Daytona Beach area one of Florida’s fishing hot spots year round.
Daytona Beach and the nearby fishing ports of New Smyrna Beach and Ponce Inlet are less than an hour drive from Orlando via I-4.
For the best fishing guides in Daytona Beach for both inshore and offshore trips and shark trips...
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Surfing Gator Recommends:
On The Hook Charters
For great inshore and offshore fishing charters in the Daytona Beach area, we recommend Captain Corey’s On the Hook Daytona Beach Fishing Charters. Captain Corey is a native Floridian who knows the best fishing spots in the area. Captain Corey will put you on the fish!
Captain CB’s Fishing Charters
Experience Matters! Captain Chuck ‘CB” Bragg has over 40 years of experience fishing inshore and offshore in the Daytona Beach area. Captain CB offers 4 hour, 8 hour and extended 10 hour deep sea fishing trips in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Daytona Beach, Florida. Captain CB also offers inshore saltwater fishing charters in the Halifax River and the coastal marshes near Daytona Beach. For more information go to Captain CB Daytona Beach Fishing Charters.
Floating Time Charters
Want to go inshore saltwater fishing near Daytona Beach? Captain John Schmidt of Floating Time Charters in Daytona Beach specializes in inshore fishing trips along the Halifax River to Ponce Inlet. He has over 20 years experience as a professional commercial fisherman and guide. Captain John was born and raised in the Daytona Beach area and knows where to catch ‘em!
This Is It Charters
Captain Mike Robinson specializes in offshore deep sea fishing charters off the coast of Daytona Beach. This Is It Charters of New Smyrna Beach is at the center of fishing in the Daytona Beach area. New Smyrna Beach is located just minutes south of Daytona Beach by car (or motorcycle) and just minutes by boat from the Daytona area’s only outlet to the sea, Ponce Inlet.