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Top Fishing Charters in Florida

Florida: 2858 fishing charters available

Landing Zone Fishing Charters
Landing Zone Fishing Charters
 State licensed

Holmes Beach • 26 ft • 4 persons

Welcome to LZ Fishing Charters, located in beautiful Anna Maria Island, FL, specializing in offshore fishing in the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay!

" Captain Zack asked what we wanted out of this fishing trip before we arrived." —⁠ Orlana,
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trips fromUS $475
 State licensed

Sarasota • 24 ft • 6 persons

Voted Best Charter on Siesta Key! We Guarantee Fish on every trip at Sarasota Sport Fishing!

"Sarasota sport fishing is a great charter. I took me and my four kids for a three hour fishing trip." —⁠ John,
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trips fromUS $299
Uncharted Adventures
Uncharted Adventures
 State licensed

Goodland • 24 ft • 5 persons

Uncharted Adventures takes you out on a fun and exciting fishing trip to the bountiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

"This was my 12 yo son and my first fishing charter. Before the trip Captain Matt was prompt responding to my texts/emails with questions." —⁠ William,
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trips fromUS $400
Always Somethin' Charters
Always Somethin' Charters
 State licensed

Daytona Beach • 18 ft • 3 persons

Spend the day with Always Somethin' Charters and find out what the fishing in Daytona Beach is all about!

"Captain Srb is a very experienced and knowledgeable fishing guide and boat captain for the estuaries and backwaters of the Atlantic Ocean." —⁠ DEREK,
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trips fromUS $289
Old Coast Charters
Old Coast Charters
 State licensed

St. Augustine • 30 ft • 4 persons

Comabt Veteran Owned and Operated Buisness . Book your next trip with Old Coast Charters and find out what keeps anglers coming back to St.

"Old Coast Charters LLC                                     View all Old Coast Charters LLC 5." —⁠ Frank,
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trips fromUS $350
Red Snarpon Charters Inc.
Red Snarpon Charters Inc.
 State licensed

Marco Island • 22 ft • 4 persons

Red Snarpon Charters Inc. is located in Goodland and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"We started the morning getting bate fish which took a bit longer than usual." —⁠ Drew,
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trips fromUS $450
One More Charters
One More Charters
 State licensed

St. Petersburg • 20 ft • 5 persons

One More Charters is a St. Pete, Clearwater fishing charter service.

"Came all the way across the country from Washington State for spring break with my two sons and fishing with captain Torin was the highlight of our trip!" —⁠ Phil,
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trips fromUS $450
Wicked Cuda Sport Fishing
Wicked Cuda Sport Fishing
 Federally permitted

Fort Lauderdale • 28 ft • 4 persons

Based out of Fort Lauderdale, Wicked Cuda Sport Fishing is your ticket to a memorable time on the water.

"Our experience with Captain Taylor was as good as it could get." —⁠ Tyler, IN
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trips fromUS $450
AMI Charter Fishing – Fish Guaranteed!
AMI Charter Fishing – Fish Guaranteed!

Holmes Beach • 25 ft • 6 persons

Voted Best Charter on Anna Maria Island. We Guarantee you catch Fish at AMI Charter Fishing!

"It was an awesome experience! Our captain was the best!! His experience and knowledge alone makes the charter worth it." —⁠ Kendall,
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trips fromUS $299
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 23 ft • 4 persons

*****IF YOU DO NOT SEE THE DATE OR AVAILABILITY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR PLEASE LOOK AT OUR OTHER CHARTER BOATS: “LETS GO FISHING - PCB” - CAPT.

"Awesome time with Captain Justin! We really enjoyed our time with him and definitely plan to book again." —⁠ Michaela,
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trips fromUS $600
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Florida

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Fishing in Florida

Florida fishing charters have built up a serious reputation among anglers from around the world. Known as the  “Sportfishing Capital of the World,” Florida is nothing less than an angler’s paradise. Choose between the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, or the state’s endless freshwater fisheries. Wherever you go, you’ll find gamefish galore and enough tasty table fish to feed an army. Florida, quite simply, has it all.
 
Regardless of what you’re after and how you plan to do it, Florida will deliver. From Catfish to Swordfish, all types of marine critters can be targeted in various parts of the state. Redfish tends to top the target lists in the Gulf, Sailfish is the king of the state’s Atlantic coast, while Red Snapper reigns supreme nearshore. As you can see, trophies await all around!

There’s so much going on in Florida, it’s impossible to cover it all. You can, however, get a great taste of what fishing here is all about in a variety of ways. From short inshore excursions with the kids, to multi-day adventures offshore, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution here. It’s all going to come down to what you’re looking to accomplish and which target you want to pursue!

Florida’s angling hubs are located in multiple cities across the state. Once again, it’d be hard to say which one to visit first since it’s all going to depend on the experience you’re looking for. Some of the more popular destinations are certainly Destin, Tampa, Miami, Florida Keys, and Lake Okeechobee. They all have unique offerings and finding out more about them could help you narrow down your search.
 

Rules & Regulations

You don’t need to buy a license on a Florida saltwater fishing charter, although you will need to pick one up for freshwater fishing. Many species have strict closed seasons which can change year on year so get informed on these before wetting a line.

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Florida Fishing Seasons

January
The West Palm Beach Silver Sailfish Derby kicks off the year with incredible Billfishing. Lower temperatures and rainfall make for great sight fishing in the Keys, but may make fish sluggish further north.
February

Islamorada offers awesome Sailfish action, while Redfish and Trout inhale live baits across the state. The Fort Lauderdale Billfish Tournament kicks off, as it has done for over half a century.

March

Cobia start to make their way up the Atlantic Coast, hitting Fort Lauderdale by the middle of the month. The Marlin bite is incredible down across much of Southern Florida.

April

Fish are on the move across Florida. Cobia make their way up the Atlantic Coast as Tarpon hit Cape Coral in the west. This is one of the best times and places to battle the Silver King.

May

Tournament season kicks off with the Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo, Miami Billfish Tournament, Florida Keys Dolphin Tournament, and more. Tarpon are on fire in Boca Grande.

June

It’s Red Snapper Season, and Destin is full of anglers looking for a piece of the action. Tarpon are still putting tackle to the test along the Gulf Coast, while Cobia hit Jacksonville in the Northwest.

July

The Del Brown Permit Tournament is the most important fly fishing event in the state, and anglers flood Key West to enjoy it. Speaking of fly fishing, Tarpon are still around in Tampa Bay!

August

The heat and humidity can be exhausting this time of year. Beat the heat by fishing at night for Tarpon or Flounder. Otherwise, head offshore in search of huge Amberjack — it’s open season.

September

Snook are open for harvest from September onwards. The guys are as great to eat as they are to catch, and make inshore angling incredible. Kingfish show up in Jacksonville, making their way south.

October

The Destin Fishing Rodeo is the biggest tournament in the country, drawing tens of thousands of anglers each year. Blackfin Tuna are biting hard in the Keys and along the Gold Coast.

November

Lake Parish opens its gates for the exclusive Fish United Way Tournament. This is some of the best Crappie fishing around, if you can get in. Lower temperatures make for fun inshore action everywhere.

December

Sailfish are back across Southeast Florida, and the Stuart Sailfish Club Light Tackle Tournament has been making the most of it since the ‘50s. Reef fishing can be amazing this time of year.

Florida Fishing Calendar

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Featured photos from Florida

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What anglers said about fishing in Florida

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Top Types of Fishing in Florida

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Top Fishing Techniques in Florida

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Top Targeted Species in Florida

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