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Fishing in Titusville

Titusville fishing hot spots are aplenty – bountiful backwater lagoons, tidal pools full of fired up fighters, and opulent offshore action all await anglers! No matter what time of year you decide to visit this angler’s haven, you’ll be met with great fishing and the chance to beat your personal best.

Known For

Indian River Lagoon

Titusville is bordered by the famous Indian River Lagoon to the east, one of the world’s most biodiverse locales. It’s home to premier inshore fishing where you can land a 50 lb Redfish on the first cast. The top stars of inshore fishing can all be hooked up in this area such as Spotted Seatrout, Black Drum, Flounder, as well as the occasional Snook or Tarpon.

Mosquito Lagoon

The amount of incredible inshore and backcountry fishing you can find around Titusville is almost unfair. Almost. The Mosquito Lagoon is another world-renowned region with miles and miles of flats, grass beds, and coves teeming with fish. Snook, Tarpon, incredible Redfish, and Spotted Seatrout are the main targets in this lagoon. Just remember to bring a can of bug spray, it’s not called this without a reason!

Atlantic Ocean

Just because Titusville fishing is primarily all about the action inshore, it doesn’t mean there isn’t exciting rod-bending in the ocean too! Colorful Mahi Mahi, speedy Kingfish, delicious Mangrove Snapper, feisty Jack Crevalle, and many other species can all be reeled in not far from shore. This is one of those few blessed places on the planet where you can hook up monsters inshore in the morning and spend the afternoon reeling in pelagics further from shore!

Types of Fishing


Light tackle fishing in this area is one of the most popular styles – for good reason. The shallow waters of the Mosquito and Indian River Lagoons are perfect for casting a jig or fishing on the fly. Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Snook, and Tarpon are all reliable targets in this locale. Redfish and Seatrout are great year-round.


The coastal waters of Titusville are chock-full of exciting angling opportunities. Kids and novices alike can hook into Spanish Mackerel or Mangrove Snapper. Trophy-chasing anglers can go after the hard-fighting Cobia, Amberjack, and Jack Crevalle. Trolling, bottom fishing, and casting are the main techniques used in nearshore fishing.


Head into the blue for some of the finest bluewater species you can land in the Atlantic. The Gulf Stream carries torpedo-sized predators just 30 miles away from shore. Yellowfin Tuna, Kingfish, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, and other offshore species can be targeted here. You’ll mostly be trolling for them, though you can also try kite fishing or deep dropping in the deep blue.

Need To Know

Rules and Regulations

You need a valid Florida fishing license to fish on your own, but all trips with a charter captain are covered. Slot limits for Redfish, Snook, and other species change frequently – ask the local captains to be up-to-speed with regulations.


The price of a Titusville fishing charter depends on the type of boat you take and the fish you target. If you’re chasing tails inshore you’re looking at $200-350 for a four-hour excursion. A full day in the shallows costs around $500. Bluewater action is slightly more expensive with a half-day trip costing in the $350 range and 8-hour trips going for $600 and above.

Getting There

Titusville is very well-connected with roads and highways – it’s less than an hour away from downtown Orlando by car. There’s also a local airport near the center of the settlement. You can also take the U.S. Route 1 that runs north-south bound through the town.

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Titusville Fishing Seasons

January is an inshore fisher’s paradise around Titusville. Gator Seatrout and Bull Redfish stalk the crystal-clear waters under bright blue skies (when the weather cooperates). If you’re looking for a trophy, now’s the time.

It’s red-hot rod-bending action inshore but nearshore is very good too. Amberjack, Barracuda, Striped Bass, Cobia, and many other species can be hooked into. Make sure to dress for the weather though.

Sight fishing for Redfish is still very good during March. Spotted Seatrout and Snook are great. Cobia, Amberjack, Mahi Mahi, Bonito, and more species are all good in coastal waters.

You can find Redfish around oyster bars and under vegetation. Further out in the ocean, you can go after Barracuda, Amberjack, Cobia, Mahi Mahi, and other hardy fighters.

Kingfish, Wahoo, and Yellowfin Tuna fishing is excellent in offshore waters of Titusville in May. In the lagoons, you can look forward to good Snook. Redfish get more active as the water warms up.1

You can look forward to many small Tarpon appearing in the area, followed by giant Silver Kings – the perfect time to tick that off your bucket list. Further out, you’ll find great Barracuda, Mahi Mahi, and Kingfish action.

Red-hot weather and red-hot fishing, that’s the name of the game! Offshore anglers can go after Yellowfin Tuna and Wahoo, while inshore it’s all about landing as many Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, and Tarpon as possible.

Torpedo-sized Tarpon show up in the Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River Lagoon this time of year. Night fishing for Snook, day fishing for Redfish, and a lot of other rod-bending action happens all over the area.

Seatrout move to the edges of the flats while Redfish chow down on the plentiful Mullet. Flounder starts appearing near the entrances to inlets, so make sure to get your gig ready.

If you’re looking to land a Cow Striper, now’s the time. Redfish move into the deeper waters of the Indian River Lagoon and they’re in a feeding frenzy – live bait fishing is very rewarding in October.

Big breeding Redfish are the perfect target to break your personal best. Black Drum, Spanish Mackerel, Jacks, and Bluefish are very good in coastal waters.

It might be cold but the fishing hasn’t slowed down one bit! Offshore you’re looking at great Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Cobia, Bonito, and Amberjack action. Inshore it’s all about big Redfish and Spotted Seatrout.

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What People Are Saying About Titusville

"Fishing with Caleb"

Gene R. fished with Southern Waters Guide Service on November 24, 2018

give Caleb a call. He will work hard to put on fish. he was great with the grandson. If I ever get down this way again, I would book him in a heartbeat

"Extreme Sight Fishing Charter"

Paul S. fished with Xtreme Sight Fishing Charters on March 17, 2018

March is all about the weather. Water is warming, but fish are still sluggish.

"Flyfishing reds on the flats"

Ellis W. fished with Xtreme Sight Fishing Charters on November 16, 2017

Be patient with the weather and flexible with your time.

"Fishing with dustin"

Donald S. T. fished with Xtreme Sight Fishing Charters on July 31, 2017

Not sight casting more for experienced fishermen

Top Targeted Species in Titusville



Spotted Seatrout

Snapper (Mangrove)

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