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Separating the East Bay River’s access to the East Bay and the Santa Rosa Sound, Navarre already looks like a hot fishing destination. Add a short run to the nearshore reefs into the mix, and even the possibility of a deep sea adventure, and it’s easy to see why Navarre fishing charters are in such high demand. 
Where better to start your journey than on your doorstep? Whether north-side in the East Bay, or south-side in the sound, you’ll come across many of the same fish. Get ready for serious action as you target “Bull” Redfish and “Gator” Trout, along with Flounder, Sheepshead, Jack Crevalle, Bluefish, and Tarpon when the season hits. Head a little further to the Pensacola Bay, and you could even get your hands on Spanish Mackerel, Pompano, and Sharks!
The action doesn’t stop there. In the nearshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico, you’ll come across plenty of productive reefs. Here, you’ll find Snappers, Gag Grouper, Cobia, Amberjack, Triggerfish, and Kingfish. Head even further out and a trip to the deep waters over 30 miles offshore will yield the prospect of Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna, and even Billfish. 
The beauty of fishing here is that you can go out for as little or as long as you want. Choose from a couple of hours on the water to a full day inshore. Meanwhile, nearshore trips tend to last around 6–8 hours. Heading offshore will require a little longer, however, so spend anywhere from 10 hours to a few days out there to make the most of it all. 

Rules & Regulations

Another benefit of fishing aboard a Navarre fishing charter is that your license will be covered. More than that, your captain will also be in-the-know when it comes to the latest bag and size limits, so you don’t have to worry about a thing. 
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January can be a great time to fish in Navarre if you know where to look! Bull Reds are feeding near the beaches, accompanied by Sheepshead and Speckled Trout, so get your fill of inshore fishing!


The average temperature is 55°F, so you'll relish the chance to keep warm with a tough battle. The calm waters inshore are your best bet where Bull Reds and Gator Trout steal the show. 


With spring break on the horizon, more families will be traipsing in from out of town. The inshore fishing is better than ever, while big game fish are starting to get busy offshore and on the reefs. 


Things are really starting to pick up momentum around here, with Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Pompano bustling about the inshore waters. The Cobia migration is in full swing, so don't miss out on the nearshore action!


King and Spanish Mackerel are here, along with some of the warmest weather so far this year. The average temperature is 74°F, which is perfect for a trip to the deep waters in the heart of the Gulf. 


June is a great time to head into the Gulf, with Wahoo, Tuna, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, and Marlin all feasting vigorously around the oil rigs. While you’re here, why not drop a few lines into the deep? 


Escape the summer crowds this Fourth of July and head to Navarre. When the fireworks are over you’ll find great fishing everywhere from the Pier to the deepest waters of the Gulf!


School's out and the fishing has never been hotter! Head offshore for a monster catch or cruise the inshore waters for Redfish, Tarpon, Sharks, and more, and you won't be disappointed. 


It's still warm but the crwods are gone, which means it's one of the best times of year to get out on the water.  Bull Redfish are just around the corner, while offshore fishing is still going strong. 


It’s all about Redfish at this time of year, as attention shifts inshore once again. Try sight fishing for them or head offshore for some deep sea fishing while the weather allows. 


There won’t be much reason to head offshore for the next few months, but that just means you can focus all your attention inshore. You’ll still be catching Bull Reds, along with Flounder, Black Drum, and more. 


Speckled Trout are here to join the Redfish and Flounder inshore. Have a go at all three and bring home bragging rights to an inshore Grand Slam to see out the season in style.

Navarre Fishing Calendar

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July fishing trip
Michael R. fished with Always Tight Fishing Charters on July 22, 2019
Book your trip with Captain Tyler @ Always Tight Fishing
4 hour gulf coast fishing trip
Stephen H. fished with Always Tight Fishing Charters on June 21, 2019
Use Captain Tyler at always tight fishing Charters.
4 hours trip with Captian Mike
Steven B. fished with Coastal Life Charters & Adventures on June 17, 2019
It is nothing like fishing for catfish, crepe or bass. Be ready to us your muscles.
Bad weather day.
Pete A. fished with Coastal Life Charters & Adventures on April 20, 2019
Plan multiple days to accommodate for weather changes.
Morning Inshore Trip with Always Tight, Captain Tyler
Marian D. fished with Always Tight Fishing Charters on March 27, 2019
Bring towels on board and do not wear flip flops.
Afternoon trip with Always Tight
Wayne W. fished with Always Tight Fishing Charters on March 8, 2019
Popping cork and live shrimps. I have a kayak and taking this charter was night and day difference. It was nice to not have to do any work at all and we caught fish the whole time we were out. No lulls in the action. He got me to use a popping cork even though I was skeptical, but I caught fish the whole time! Can't wait to go again!
Awesome Half Day with Capt. Mike
David T. fished with Coastal Life Charters & Adventures on July 31, 2018
Check out the fishing with Mike because you will be on fish all day. Great experience with lighter line and up close action for all types of fish.
Mike is a great captain
Jennifer H. fished with Coastal Life Charters & Adventures on July 1, 2018
It is exciting and fun. Need to try it u will love it.

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