Indian River Lagoon Fishing Guide, Sebastian Inlet Guide
I'm Captain Larry Walter, and if it's a flats fishing adventure you are looking for, you've come to the right place.
The Indian River Lagoon, Sebastian Inlet, Sebastian River, and Near Shore Atlantic waters provide the most diverse and productive fishing in Florida. You can fish the inshore flats and estauaries for "Gator" Seatrout, hard fighting Redfish, along with miles of mangroves for Snook, which is a local favorite. For non stop rod bending action, you can tangle with some leaping Ladyfish, Jack Crevalle, Bluefish, and over 40 other species that inhabit our waters.
Fish the world famous Sebastian Inlet and Near Shore Coastal waters for Cobia, Kingfish, Flounder, Mahi Mahi, Giant Snook and Redfish.
If it's a relaxing day on the water or a fishing adventure you're looking for, Indian River Lagoon should be your #1 fishing destination. It's an easy drive from Orlando, West Palm Beach and Daytona.
"Can you think of a better way to start your Florida vacation or Business trip?"
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, or if you just want to talk fishing.
When it comes to fishing in the world famous Indian River Lagoon you are going to want to fish with a Captain that knows the area waters very well. The Indian River Lagoon covers many square miles of prime fishing grounds from Titusville, Cocoa Beach, and Cape Canaveral in the north to Sebastian Inlet, Vero Beach, and Fort Pierce on the southern end. A guide that fishes Indian River Lagoon must have experience in many types and styles of fishing because the fish and the bite can vary from city to city.
Because it is your Florida fishing guide that determines how successful your fishing trip will be you want to select a guide that has many years of fishing experience under his belt for your specific fishing region. In addition there are certain qualities you should look for when hiring your Indian River Lagoon fishing guide. Does your guide display patience towards his clients and does he seem friendly? Does he mind helping his clients that may not have much fishing experience? These are just a few qualities in addition to his fishing experience you may want to look for when you hire your next Indian River Lagoon fishing guide.
Captain Larry Walter possesses all the qualities that you would want your fishing guide to have. Besides having tons of fishing knowledge and expertise he also has all the personal qualities that were mentioned above. Not only is he a great fisherman and sportsman but he is one heck of a nice guy. He takes absolute pride in his work and believes in showing his customers a great time on the water by any means necessary. If that means taking the time to be a teacher or helper to his less experienced angler clients then that is what he does. Captain Larry welcomes the experienced angler as well as the novice angler and looks forward to showing you new techniques and tactics so you can catch a fish that you can tell stories about.
Captain Larry possesses the number one quality that any great angler or guide must have and that is patience and plenty of it. Capt Larry has the patience to look for the fish, the patience to wait for the bite to turn on, and best of all, patience with his customers. He will take the time to show you how to cast, how to fight the fish, even help you get your fish in the boat if needed.
Captain Larry Guides in all these Central Florida locales:
- Indian River Lagoon
- Cocoa Beach
- Cape Canaveral
- St Cloud
- Palm Bay
- Sebastian Inlet
- Vero Beach
- Banana River
- Fort Pierce
- Captain Larry is U.S.C.G. Licensed and insured. Over the last 15 years he has spent an average of over 200 days on the water specializing in light tackle saltwater fishing on the flats and Spoil Islands of the Indian River Lagoon.
- Captain Larry is a member of the Evinrude Pro Staff and also Co-host a popular local television show. "The Indian River Area Fishing Report" Click on www.irafr.com for weekly fishing reports and upcoming events in the area.
- Captains Larry Walter and fellow guide, Captain Jeff Brauer also created a new flats circuit called the "Treasure Coast Flats Circuit," which enables local anglers with all different skill levels a chance to compete in up to eight tournaments for a chance to earn up to $16,000 in cash and prizes. Most importantly, they get to fish for braggin rights on the Treasure Coast. Check it out at www.tcfcircuit.com