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Local Fishing Guide Services

East Central Florida offer anglers an amazing array of opportunities: visit the world famous Mosquito Lagoon for sight fishing Redfish, explore hundreds of miles of inland rivers with banks often lined with mangroves holding Snook, grass flats with world record Sea Trout and high flying Ladyfish. Enjoy the extraordinary Snook, ocean Redfish and Flounder fishing in the Sebastian Inlet. Offshore find the pelagics via Port Canaveral and Sebastian Inlet. For freshwater anglers the St Johns River is known for the spring run of American Shad, largemouth Bass, specks and catfish and the Stick Marsh is famous for largemouth bass. If your bucket list is catching a huge Yellowfin Tuna or fly-casting for Shad… world records and lifetime memories are made fishing the varied waters of East Central Florida.

When we say “going offshore” to fish: the targeted species are Dolphinfish (Maui-Maui), Yellow and Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo, Sailfish, Groupers, Snappers, Seabass, Triggerfish, Flounder and Tilefish (to name a few). If those are your targets, check out the Offshore Guides listed below.

Nearshore, often in site of world famous Cocoa Beach, we are catching Cobia, Tripletail, Tarpon, Jacks, Kings (Mackerel), Spanish Mackerel, Flounders, Bluefish, Shark, Snook and ocean Redfish. During the fall ‘mullet’ millions of mullet migrate along the beaches – a veritable smorgasbord for the fish we target. If this is your kind of fishing, check out the Nearshore Guides listed below.

River & Lagoon fishing includes fly & light tackle often sight fishing for tailing Redfish (Red Drum), Spotted Sea Trout, Ladyfish, Snook and Black Drum. Called “rivers”, technically the Indian River Lagoon system is 156-mile

long estuary considered a national treasure. Often during river trips you will see Manatees and Porpoises. If this is your kind of fishing, check out the River & Lagoon Guides listed below.

The FSFA welcome you to enjoy and encourages respect of our home waters. Be safe, tight lines and please safely release those fish you will not use.

Offshore Guides:

Fin Factor. Capt Joe Smith.  Port Canaveral /Sebastian Inlet.  Tarpon, dolphin, Cobia,  www.finfactorcharters.com, 321-405-4551

Ocean Obsession. Party boat. Port Canaveral.  Red Snapper (in season) Black Sea Bass. Triggerfish and all bottom dwelling species. fishobsession.com 321-435-3474

Nearshore Guides

Fine Line Fishing. Capt Jim Ross. www.finelinefishingcharters.com, 321-636-3728

Fin Factor. Capt Joe Smith.  Port Canaveral /Sebastian Inlet.   www.finfactorcharters.com, 321-405-4551

Going Coastal. Capt Glyn Austin. Sebastian Inlet.   www.goingcoastalcharters.com, 321-863-8085

Local Lines Charters.  Capt Alex Gorichky, III  Port Canaveral www.locallinescharters.com, 321-480-3255

Native Sons Fishing. Capt Peter Deeks, Jr.   Port Canaveral, Sebastian Inlet. (2015) Guided new world record   www.nativesonsfishing.com (321) 720-3723

Capt. Troy Perez www.troyperez.com, 321-268-1194

Sebastian Fishing Charters, Capt Doug Kaska www.sebastianfishingcharters.com (321) 368-9444

River & Lagoon Guides


Captain Mark Wright
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Mosquito Lagoon area. http://captmarkwright.com/m/

Easy Days Guide Service   Capt Terry Lamielle    Fresh Water and South IRL   321-725-7255

Flatline Guide Service, Capt Rick Worman, www.flatlineguideservice.com 321-525-3893

Florida East Coast Fishing Adventures. Capt Mark Wright www.captmarkwright.com 321-302-3474

Fine Line Fishing. Capt Jim Ross. www.finelinefishingcharters.com, 321-636-3728

Going Coastal. Capt Glyn Austin. Sebastian Inlet.   www.goingcoastalcharters.com, 321-863-8085

Local Lines Charters.   Capt Alex Gorichky, III  Port Canaveral www.locallinescharters.com, 321-480-3255

Native Sons Fishing. Capt Peter Deeks, Jr.   Port Canaveral, Sebastian Inlet. www.nativesonsfishing.com (321) 720-3723

Capt. Troy Perez www.troyperez.com, 321-268-1194

Sebastian Fishing Charters, Capt Doug Kaska www.sebastianfishingcharters.com (321) 368-9444

Kayak Guides

Local Lines Charters.  Capt Alex Gorichky, III  Port Canaveral &  No Motor Zone.  www.locallinescharters.com, 321-480-3255


The "Florida Sport Fishing Association" is a 501(c)7 non-profit organization. PO Box 1216 Cape Canaveral, FL 32920

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