Top Florida Saltwater Fishing Spots

Clearwater Beach

Clearwater beach has a gigantic amount of Gap Grouer. Claimed to be the best beach in the Gulf of New Mexico, it sure does prove it with having an astounding variety of 300 fish species. This includes Grouper, Snapper, Trout, Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, King-Fish, Shark, Sailfish and Mackerel, just try not to catch the shark.

Bayside Bridge

Bayside Bridge does an exceptional job at making invading fish privacy fun and simple. The bridge provides excellent shade that fish love to hide under for comfortable warmth that makes them easier to find. Also, the high water current allows for your line to sway   letting you catch quick fish like a 20 foot knife in a 10 foot closet.

Picnic Island

Fishing is easy as pie in Picnic Island. Because the people count is so low, the fish count is exponentially higher. Another great feature of Picnic Island is being able to fish on the pier, allowing you to live any prolonged Tom Sawyer fantasies.

Lake Seminole

In Lake Seminole, Cat Fish will be scratching at your line unkowing of the peril that awaits the other side. Not only do they have a huge Cat Fish populace, but they also have a huge variety of other sea creatures. They also have downstream fishing spots that practically put the fish on the hook for you, Hara-Kiri style.

No matter how prestigious a fishing spot is, it’s possible you have the perfect fishing spot in your hometown, though it’s unlikely. But with the prestige generated from these spots, any avid fisherman can’t help but travel to them and obtain a fair share of loot. Especially with the saltwater of Florida seasoning fish into becoming fine victims of your line, you should be even more tempted.

These spots we’ve listed will provide you with another tall tavern tale to tell and allow you to pick up some nice, respectable, wenches.

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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