Daytona Beach Fishing Reports

Daytona Beach Fishing Report May 2024

Daytona Beach Fishing Report May 2024

Fishing Report 5/13/24 The winds are still keeping a lot of the smaller boats close to shore with some of those reefs holding nice sand trout and weakfish. Fairly aggressive feeders when schooling these fish are fairly easy to catch. Depending on the tide you can use a 10lb line with a 15lb mono leader with a 1 oz sliding sinker and a #2 circle hook. They are easy to spot once you’re on the reefs because they will school from the bottom...

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Daytona Beach Fishing Report February 2024

Daytona Beach Fishing Report February 2024

Inshore  The water is slowly warming up but there are still plenty of blue fish to ravage your tackle. Sometimes you don’t even get your hook back, meaning if you do reel it in don’t get your fingers too close to his mouth. This fish will grab a finger or whatever he can get, it won’t look the same if you get it back. There are also lots of sheepshead around the rocks and pylons. These fish have been in the 1 – 3lb range with some larger ones...

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Daytona Beach Fishing Report July 2023

Daytona Beach Fishing Report July 2023

Our two days of Red Snapper season here in Daytona Beach was much like the parking lot at the ramps. Anyone that fishes the offshore here knows the endangered red unicorn is a myth, it is a challenge to get baits down for fish you can keep due to the aggressiveness of the red snapper. The offshore sites near Daytona Beach are holding some nice mangrove snapper, vermillion and lanes. I have had reports of some really nice gag grouper, there are...

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Daytona Beach Fishing Report February 2023

Daytona Beach Fishing Report February 2023

InshoreThe water is slowly warming up around Daytona Beach but there are still plenty of blue fish to ravage your tackle. Sometimes you don’t even get your hook back, meaning if you do reel it in don’t get your fingers too close to his mouth. This fish will grab a finger or whatever he can get, it won’t look the same if you get it back. There are also lots of sheepshead around the rocks and pylons. These fish have been in the 1 – 3lb range with...

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Daytona Beach Fishing in Late March 2022

Daytona Beach Fishing in Late March 2022

The last couple weeks in Daytona Beach winds have made it challenging on the offshore for many, but the guys that are able to make it out are reporting hefty red snapper, cobia, mangrove and lane snapper. Live baits do the trick every time but chunk bait, sardines and squid are great if you’re a hungry fish. There are No doubt some huge sharks outside right now, a report from Capt. Jim Ross in Rockledge showed a pic of a what appeared to have...

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Daytona Beach Fishing in Early March 2022

Daytona Beach Fishing in Early March 2022

It’s early March here in Daytona Beach and temperatures are still up and down a bit as is the water temp. The surf fishing is still producing pompano, whiting and those pesky bluefish, watch your fingers with those. Offshore fishing in Daytona Beach is still thick with the endangered Red Snapper, there are lane and mangrove snapper on the wrecks if you can keep the reds from getting your bait first. There are still some cobia on the wrecks that...

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