Archives for Daytona Beach

Fall Mullet Run!

The fall mullet run has been really good if you would like to know what it's like to fight 1 of these big red fish here in Daytona Beach area book a charter with me captain Brad visit my website charters by captain brad and I will guarantee you a fish of a lifetime!
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Seasonal Inshore & Offshore Fishing

Hey Anglers! I get asked a lot what are the best seasons to catch different species of inshore and offshore fish. Let’s start off with inshore fishing. The best time of year would be to start around October through April. During that time period we usually try to fish for trout and redfish, black drum, and sheep head. During winter time inshore fishing we usually try to go in places that are permitted like the world famous Mosquito Lagoon. The water is crystal clear though that time of year they’re so it’s easy for sight casting, and leads to some
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What you’ll catch on your first fishing trip

Hey Anglers! A lot of people always ask what can I expect to catch on my first fishing excursion so here is some help. It really depends on the time of year as fish migrate a lot. The most active fish around for a sure catch are bluefish, redfish, trout, sheepshead and that’s during the winter. In the summer we focus on jacks, bonita and of course sharks and snapper. You can catch all these by booking a fishing trip with me, right here in Daytona and New Smyrna Beach! Till then tight lines.  
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A great day of offshore fishing!

What’s up Anglers! We had some rod bending action going on, on our latest offshore fishing charter! We caught mahi, Kingfish, mango Snapper, triggerfish. The bite was on! Summer is really heating up so don’t hesitate to book a charter with me for Daytona Beach, or New Smyrna, Offshore or Inshore, we’re readying to go! See you on the water!
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Using The Correct Bait For Fishing

Hi there Anglers! Here are a few quick baiting tips for your next fishing trip. Using the correct bait or lures during certain times of year help a lot when you’re out fishing in Daytona Beach. First water clarity will determine what artificial baits work best like if the water is tannic brown use lighter colors. If the water is really clear I like using a variety of colors like pink or yellow or chartreuse. Live bait works well in any conditions, its the size of the hook and leaders that matter in this situation. The clearer the water the
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