Florida Saltwater Fishing Makes For an Excellent Trip

If you choose to fish Florida for Redfish, you should not overlook Waccassasa Bay. Though it is not the most popular site for redfishing in Florida, it is probably a better fishing location because of that. There is only one boat ramp, there are some good sized rocks around, and oyster shells form bars that can get you into propeller trouble if you are not careful. Many fishermen just do not want the added hassle of fishing here, and for that reason, the redfish abound. If you are willing to take the extra precautions and go to the added trouble of fishing this hard bottom location, chances are you will maximize your catch by doing so.

If you want Florida saltwater fishing to really happen, take to the locals and ask some questions. You are easily able to find locations to fish, but can you find the prime locations where fish are teaming? Or, can you find those hidden fishing holes that are going to give you the largest catch? Always make at least part of your experience in a new area talking with the locals.

There are many popular saltwater species in the state of Florida, and these are just a few, but should you choose to fish Florida, with these hints, a little planning, and some good luck, you are sure to catch a coup!

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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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