3 Fishing Charters
Fishing in Navarre Beach
Deep Sea Fishing
When it comes to inshore fishing, Speckled Trout and Redfish hunts are unprecedented. You can score some wall-worthy specimens by using jigs tipped with shrimp.
To catch your biggest Cobia yet, sight fishing around barrier beaches is your best bet. Live bait in the form of eels and pinfish is the way to boat a lunker.
When you want to target Snappers and Groupers further out (up to 20 miles offshore), cast your line around artificial reefs and wrecks. The deeper the water, the better the chances of catching one of the more exotic species.
Need to Know
Navarre Beach fishing is excellent throughout the year, so whether you’re coming to take a break from the winter chill or to fish to your heart’s content, you won’t be disappointed.
Navarre Beach Fishing Seasons
Winter months are excellent for some top-notch inshore fishing, when Speckled Trout and Redfish abound and the weather isn’t too hot. Black Drum and Red Snapper are also active.
The offshore waters could still be too rough, but the inshore action isn’t slowing down. The inshore waters are cold, so there will be plenty of Black Drum, Speckled Trout, and Redfish to chase.
Temperatures are rising as is the fishing action. When inshore, think Spanish Mackerel, Redfish, Bluefish, and Speckled Trout. Offshore Bonito, Triggerfish, Wahoo, and Red Snapper are biting.
Cobia fishing is excellent in April, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. A slew of inshore favorites is active, and further from land, you can expect anything from King Mackerel to Bonito.
Summer is here, and so are all the beautiful fish! Choose your favorite species (or several) and head out. Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Sailfish, Wahoo, Grouper, Snapper, and more are in the cards.
There’s nothing you can’t catch in June, as the high fishing season is in full swing. Inshore royalty, offshore A-listers, or both – it’s up to you! Anything from Redfish to Tilefish is there for the taking.
Whether you’re bottom fishing or trolling, deep dropping or casting, fishing in Navarre Beach is second to none in August. One day on the water won’t be enough, there’s too much fish in the sea!
Slowly but surely, autumn is coming to town, but the fishing is still hot. Reds and Specks inshore, Billfish in the deep waters, and a plethora of pelagics and bottom dwellers in between are there for the taking.
Offshore fishing is still an option with plenty of Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, and Mahi Mahi. In their inshore domain, Bull Reds reign supreme.
Inshore fishing isn’t giving up, but the offshore waters can be fickle in November. Cobia, Black Drum, Speckled Trout, and of course Redfish are biting and fighting left and right.
The cold front is here to stay for a couple of months, which means most of the offshore superstars have moved to the warmer waters. In the meantime, Grouper, Snapper, Specks, and Reds love the cold and thrive in it.