Fernandina Beach Fishing Charters

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Fernandina Beach: 111 fishing charters available

Amelia Light Tackle Charters
Amelia Light Tackle Charters
 State licensed

Fernandina Beach • 21 ft • 4 persons

Amelia Light Tackle Charters welcomes you aboard a FANTASTIC day of fishing around Amelia Island.

"Wow! Jesse is the best and most entertaining captain we have had yet and I am an avid angler as well as my family." —⁠ Sam,
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trips fromUS $300
Big Fin Charters
Big Fin Charters
 Federally permitted

Fernandina Beach • 30 ft • 6 persons

Northeast Florida is blessed with an absolutely fantastic fishing location: the bountiful Intracoastal Waterway makes for amazing inshore fishing while the Gulf Stream brings pelagic predators from the south.

"We booked a last minute fishing trip with Big Fin Charters for Father’s day for my husband and father in law." —⁠ Jo,
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trips fromUS $500
Amelia Family Fishing Charters
Amelia Family Fishing Charters
 Federally permitted

Fernandina Beach • 28 ft • 5 persons

Amelia Family Fishing Charters strives to give you a memorable fishing experience on the waters surrounding Amelia Island, FL.

"I’ve been on more fishing trips around the country than I can count with different charters and captains." —⁠ Logan,
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trips fromUS $300
Beat The Oddz Charters LLC
Beat The Oddz Charters LLC
 State licensed

Fernandina Beach • 27 ft • 5 persons

Beat The Oddz Charters is here to ensure that you have a great time on the water while staying safe.

"This was my youngest sons first experience with fishing on a boat." —⁠ Victor,
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trips fromUS $360
Liberty Sport Fishing
Liberty Sport Fishing
 State licensed

Fernandina Beach • 24 ft • 4 persons

Liberty Sportfishing seeks to give you and your family a fishing trip that will make you want to come back and visit again and again.

"My fiance and I booked the Advanced 3 hour trip with Liberty Sport Fishing as a birthday gift for me." —⁠ FishingBooker Member, NC
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trips fromUS $350
Amelia Backwater Fishing Co
Amelia Backwater Fishing Co

Fernandina Beach • 22 ft • 4 persons

Book your next trip with Amelia Backwater Fishing Co and find out what makes the fishing in Fernandina Beach so unique.
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trips fromUS $350
No Hobby Charter Fishing
No Hobby Charter Fishing
 State licensed

Fernandina Beach • 22 ft • 4 persons

Spend the day with No Hobby Charter Fishing and get hooked on fishing in Fernandina Beach!
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trips fromUS $350
Ultimate Fin Chasers
Ultimate Fin Chasers
 State licensed

Fernandina Beach • 4 persons

Spend the day with Ultimate Fin chasers to experience the thrill of catching a shark.
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trips fromUS $400
D&R Charters Fernandina Beach, Fl
D&R Charters Fernandina Beach, Fl
 Federally permitted

Fernandina Beach • 33 ft • 6 persons

If you’re looking for a fun and productive fishing experience with a skilled and friendly crew, D&R Charters is the right choice.

"This was my 3rd booking through Fishing Booker. We had my two adult sons and three young grandchildren signed up for a 2-hour trip with Captain David of D&R Charters." —⁠ Malcolm,
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trips fromUS $400
Sea Dolphin Charters
Sea Dolphin Charters
 State licensed

Fernandina Beach • 24 ft • 4 persons

If you’re looking for a place where you have countless estuaries, hidden bays and inlets, and all-round excellent inshore fishing, you’re looking for Fernandina Beach.
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trips fromUS $375
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Fishing in Fernandina Beach

Located on Florida’s Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach got its name in honor of Spain’s King Ferdinand VII. This isn’t the only connection it has to nobility, though. With the amount of famous exotic fish and prized game species calling these waters home, Fernandina Beach fishing charters give you the chance to hook some serious Floridian royalty!

Inshore, the bountiful Intracoastal Waterway, winding backwaters, inlets, and jetties hold Redfish, Trout, Drum, Flounder, and Tarpon. For anglers looking to pack their cooler, local reefs offer Grouper, Sheepshead, Cobia, Kingfish, and others! Opt for a federally-licensed charter and offshore Mahi Mahi will also be within reach.

A half day trip allows for plenty of angling action and is perfect for novice anglers and groups with kids. If you extend your trip by a couple of hours, you’ll get a better chance at maxing out on your limit, making these 3/4 day trips well worth it. Finally, full day adventures are typically reserved for offshore adventures to the federal waters.
 
In Fernandina Beach, you can find charters sprinkled throughout the town. Fernandina Harbor Marina is one of the popular locations as it gives quick access to some of the area’s best inshore spots. Closer to the Saint Marys Entrance is the Dee Dee Bartels Public Boat Ramp, a popular launching point for offshore trips.
 

Rules & Regulations

Fishing permits for guest anglers are covered by all licensed saltwater fishing charters in Florida. If you plan on fishing with a professional captain, you won’t need to worry about buying a fishing license. If going alone, you’ll need a Florida fishing license before baiting your hook. You can purchase these online or at any local bait shop.

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Fernandina Beach Fishing Seasons

January

One of your new year’s resolutions should definitely involve heading down to Fernandina Beach in January for some first-class fishing! Sheepshead are especially rife around the reefs.

February

The Sheepshead bite only gets better, so make sure you opt for a federally-licensed charter that’ll take you out to the plentiful reefs. Inshore, Redfish are biting hard around the jetties!

March

With the Redfish bite staying strong, March is an excellent time to visit – head to the shallows and jetty waters to target this species. Black Drum are plentiful around the reefs.

April

March winds may bring April showers, but that shouldn’t stop you from fishing! Around the reefs, Cobia start to make an appearance. Want to battle feisty Wahoo? Head offshore for your angling adventure.

May

As the weather heats up, so does the fishing – huge Cobia lurk around the reefs, Tarpon are inshore, and Mahi Mahi appear offshore. After you’ve got your fill, head to the annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival!

June

Whether you want to battle Tarpon in the shallows, hook bull Reds, plumb the depths of the reefs for huge Kingfish, target Wahoo and Mahi Mahi offshore, you’ll have your pick of the bunch in June! 

July

Offshore fishing is particularly fun in July, with Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and Tuna just waiting for you to come and hook them. The reefs are brimming with tasty Kingfish, so opting for a federally-licensed charter is a must!

August

Reef and offshore fishing stays strong. Mix up your angling action with a visit to the annual Fernandina Beach Fishing Rodeo, and see how the experts do it! Pick up some tips and tricks, then hook a trophy-sized catch.

September
If you’re looking for first-class inshore fishing, come visit now! The waters around the jetties are especially productive. Combined with mild weather, this is the perfect time for a family-friendly vacation.
 
October
Jetty fishing stays strong, with huge bull Redfish and Shark species on offer. Hardcore anglers should come visit for the chance to battle the last of the Tarpon – don’t miss your chance to hook the “Silver King!”
 
November

This is when the season slows down, but inshore fishing still provides plenty of exciting opportunities for anglers looking to take advantage of quieter waters. Target the last of the bull Redfish, as well as Black Drum.

December

If you’re looking to take home some tasty table fare, December sees Fernandina Beach’s waters brimming with Spotted Seatrout. If you want the jetties and backwaters all to yourself, this is a great time to visit!

Fernandina Beach Fishing Calendar

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Top Types of Fishing in Fernandina Beach

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