Charters by Captain Brad provides the best charter fishing trips around. The professional guides know the waters intimately and will share the knowledge with passengers.
PRESS RELEASE: Daytona Beach FL, 20-MARCH-2015 – Charters by Captain Brad is pleased to announce that the NSB Charter service offers inshore fishing jaunts to some of the best locations in the waters around Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach. The Daytona Beach fishing charter professionals take anglers to these locations at the right time and using the right equipment to ensure that the catch is plentiful and exciting.
The charter trips last from four hours to eight hours. Longer trips can also be arranged. Moving the boats near the docks and other structures allows anglers to check out the shadows to see what fish are lurking there. There are many species which can be sought in the inshore areas. These include redfish and seatrout, as well as black drum, tarpon, and ladyfish. Other anglers prefer to seek snook, bluefish, mango snapper, or sheephead.
The clarity of the waters allows passengers on the boats to be able to see the fish trailing the lures through the waters before striking. Then the fight is on. The boats used are Rangers Banshee, intended for two passengers in shallow waters.
The success of the charter trips depends in large part upon the talents and experience of the professional guides. Captain Brad has been fishing the waters for more than a quarter-century and knows the habits of the prey, as well as the best locations to find them. The professionals are also willing to share in the best baits and techniques for rigging with their charter passengers.
Learn more about inshore charter fishing trips in the New Smyrna Daytona Beach area by paying a visit to the web pages at https://www.chartersbycaptbrad.com today. Members of the press and those who have further questions about the contents of this press release are encouraged to contact Captain Brad at the location provided below.
Contact Person Name: Captain Brad
Company Name: Charters By Captain Brad