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Florida fishing charters take advantage of some of the best conditions in the world. More sunny days than most of the country and warm weather makes our area a must for many people and their families. Fin and Fly provides excellent fishing for all our clients on a fleet of new and luxurious yachts.
Why should I charter a boat?
Charters offer more than rentals. The ocean is large and finding the best fishing spots requires knowledge. Driving a boat in choppy water is difficult as well.
Our captains work hard to ensure that you enjoy your entire experience. We understand the area. We know where the fish are.
Where can I fish in Cocoa Beach?
Located just an hour or two from Orlando and the lights of Disney, Cocoa Beach offers the full bounty of the Atlantic. This opens the ocean to anyone willing to charter, rent, or own a boat.
There is also the opportunity to fish the lagoons and inshore areas on the coast. Areas such as the Mosquito Lagoon make this area the Redfish Capital of the World.
Luxurious yachts in Cocoa Beach
Our charter boats are among the best models available for the oceans, inlets, and rivers of Florida. The Ranger 168 Phantom maneuvers shallow shoals and estuaries with ease. Our 32-foot Blackfin Sportfishing boat cuts through the waves with ease.
What fish are available in Florida?
The Atlantic coastline of our state offers some of the most iconic species. Grouper, snapper, Mahi Mahi, and sharks are available for most of the year. There are some restrictions, but we continue to catch fish through warm winters and sunny summers.
Our fresh fish offers an unparalleled catch. We offer more than tuna for your pallet. Bring your family for a day hauling in sizeable and large fish.
What are the fishing limits imposed by the state of Florida?
Limits ensure that our bounty continues unabated for generations to come. Grouper, snapper, and bass restrictions apply across the entire coastline, often enforced beyond state borders.
Harvesters can only bring in three grouper per harvester and ten snappers. Size limits ensure both that the fish have time to keep their numbers high and are large enough to provide the meat you seek.
Warm weather and sunny skies of Cocoa Beach
The beach beacons. Our state sees 233 days of sun every year. Weather is warm with winter temperatures rarely dropping below 55 degrees Fahrenheit with summer temperatures in the eighties.
With typically mild weather, our fishing season lasts around the year. Still, with tropical storms and a hurricane season, you should check the Weather Channel before booking your trip.
Florida fishing charters
Fin and Fly offers luxurious boats captained by experts capable of finding your next haul. Grouper, snapper, and almost anything you desire is available in Cocoa Beach. When you are done fishing, travel to your favorite Disney resort, golf, or lounge on the beach.
Fin and fly offers charter boats for any experience. Get in touch with us today.