The Northeast Florida
Welcome to our northeast Florida fishing guide! What will you discover here? This page provides an overview of what fishing is available, and reviews a few of the best fishing destinations in the northeast Florida region.
The fishing opportunities of northeastern Florida are as varied and plentiful as in any other area of the Fishing Capital of the World!
The Northeast Florida Fishing Guide explores the possibilities of recreational, light tackle, deep sea, surf, and other typesof fishing opportunities available in northeastern Florida.
We'll review what you can expect to catch - whether fresh water fishing, salt water, inshore, offshore, or deep sea fishing - Northeast Florida Fishing is for everyone!
Ready? Let's go fishing!
The Northeast Florida Fishing Guide takes you to... - area includes Amelia Island, Jacksonville fishing Fernandina Beach, Florida, Neptune Beach, Cumberland Island, Orange Park - areas reviewed include St Augustine fishing South Ponte Vedra Beach, Crescent Beach Florida, Vilano Beach, Anastasia Island - Green Cove Springs Florida Fresh water fishing on the St Johns river and tributaries, creeks, lakes in rural northeast Florida Flagler Beach fishing - includes Crescent City, Palm Coast, Palatka Live Oak fishing - also Lake City, Suwanee Valley, White Springs Gainsville fishing - area covers High Springs, Micanopy, Starke Daytona Beach fishing - also New Smyrna Beach, Ormund Northeast Florida Fishing Guide Florida Saltwater Fish Identification
Grouper Kingfish Cobia Sheepshead Black Sea Bass Red Snapper Florida Pompano Bluefish Flounder Tarpon Sailfish Snook Redfish Amberjack Spotted Seatrout Black Drum Northeast Florida Fishing Guide Florida Fresh Water Fish Identification
Largemouth Bass Striped Bass Sunshine Bass Speckled Perch Bluegill (or Bream) Redear Sunfish (or Shellcracker) Redbreast Sunfish Spotted Sunfish (or Stumpknockers) White Trout Black Crappie Catfish
Florida has many fishing adventures waiting for you at regional lakes, rivers, and state parks. Let's check out a few of each:
Northeast Florida Lakes - Rodman Reservoir, Crescent Lake, Lake George, Silver Glen Springs Run, Lake Oklawaha, Lake Ponte Vedra Northeast Florida Rivers - Ocklawaha River, St. John's River, Guana River, Nassau River, St. Mary's River
If your fishing vacations take you away from the northeast region, you may want to check out our review of
Florida's Top Fresh Water Fishing Lakes and Rivers. You never know where you'll end up fishing in Florida! Florida State Parks Fishing...see our review of Jacksonville fishing for more information about these great Florida state parks:
Surf Fishing - Amelia Island State Park has lots of white sand beaches, for strolling, relaxing, and fine surf fishing. Bridge Fishing - A mile-long, pedestrian-only bridge at George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier State Park. The bridge spans the Nassau Sound, and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Light tackle fishing - The coastal salt marsh of Little Talbot Island Beach fishing - Again, Little Talbot Island is superior for the variety of saltwater fishing available on its 4 1/2 miles of beaches, complete with 5 boardwalks for easy access. Tidal creek fishing - The recently opened Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park has three access points to tidal creeks located adjacent to the park. Fish from the bank or your boat. - The half-mile long pier at Freshwater and Saltwater Pier fishing Fort Clinch State Park separates Cumberland Sound from the Atlantic Ocean, where surf fishing is also available.
Florida Fishing Vacations Advisor's Northeast Florida Fishing Guide Items of Interest
Bringing your own boat? As long as its licensing is current in your home state, and you will be in Florida waters less than 90 days, you won't need additional licenses for your boat while in Florida.
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Florida weather and tides, click here to visit our Florida Travel Resources page.
We trust that you have found the Northeast Florida Fishing Guide to be useful. Enjoy your Florida fishing vacations, and, as we like to say...
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