Florida is home to some of the most awesome saltwater fishing in the country. Learn more about Florida’s saltwater fishing and find an awesome saltwater fishing destination for your next fishing trip.
Florida’s Best Saltwater Fishing Destinations
Northwest Florida (View on a map)
- Beaches of South Walton
- Cape San Blas – Port St. Joe
- Emerald Coast
- Mexico Beach
- Navarre Beach
- Panama City Beach Area
Northeast Florida (View on a map)
Central West Florida (View on a map)
- Cedar Key
- Crystal River
- Hernando Beach
- New Port Richey
- Palm Harbor
- Tampa Bay & its Beaches
- Tarpon Springs
Central East Florida (View on a map)
Southwest Florida (View on a map)
- Bonita Springs
- Captiva & Sanibel Islands
- Charlotte Harbor
- Everglades, FL
- Fort Myers Beach
- Marco Island
- Pine Island
Southeast Florida (View on a map)
Florida Inshore Fishing Tips – Fishing the inshore waters along Florida’s coastlines is very popular. Anglers fish for a variety of fish such as redfish, sea trout, tarpon, snook and many others from bridges, piers, small boats, kayaks and from shore. On most days, the inshore waters are fairly calm, which means you don’t need a large offshore fishing boat to get into some excellent fishing. Learn more….
Florida Offshore Fishing Tips – The offshore waters around Florida are home to some of the best fishing in the country. To plan a safe fishing trip offshore, you are going to want to be in a bigger boat. For most anglers, this means that they will be booking a fishing trip with a fishing charter and there are hundreds of deep sea fishing charters available throughout the state. On an offshore fishing trip, you can expect to be bottom fishing the reefs and wrecks for grouper, snapper and a variety of other fish or trolling for fish such as marlin, sailfish, wahoo, spanish mackerel, bluefish and many other fish. Learn more….
Florida Shore Fishing Tips – For anglers that don’t have access to a boat, the surf, piers and jetties are the place to be and there are so many opportunities for shore anglers throughout the state. Learn more….