Vero Beach Fishing, Vero Beach Charter
Vero Beach fishing is a wonderful way for anglers to spend a day. Located in East Central Florida, on the Atlantic Ocean, the town offers a huge array of fishing opportunities, in both fresh and saltwater. Freshwater fishing can be found at numerous lakes and reservoirs, along with the Sebastian River. Freshwater Vero Beach fishing is great, but the real attraction for anglers is the saltwater angling. There's the Atlantic, of course, and there are also Sebastian Inlet and Indian River Lagoon, which covers almost a third of the state's east coast. Fishing Vero Beach means lots of prime locations for every angler.
Fishing can be done from shore, in the surf, from a boat or kayak, or from public fishing piers, catwalks, and jetties. Cast a line over the miles of grass beds, among the numerous mangroves, or around the structures for a variety of fish species. Regular inshore catches include redfish, snook, tarpon, spotted seatrout, black drum, mangrove snapper, barracuda, sheepshead, grouper, flounder, bluefish, sharks, pompano, whiting, and jack crevalle. Both artificial baits and live baits can be productive. The best live baits include finger mullet, pinfish, shrimp, and small croakers. You can catch your own bait by using a small hook and a morsel of dead shrimp, or you can use a cast net. if you don't want to catch your own bait, visit one of the numerous bait and tackle shops in the area.
If you want to get more serious, try one of the Vero Beach charters. There's a whole fleet of great boats manned by seasoned captains and crews to provide you with an unforgettable fishing experience. An expert guide can take you into Sebastian Inlet or the Indian River Lagoon for some inshore action, and something is almost always biting. Because of the great variety, it's common to land several species during one fishing trip. Most charters in Vero Beach include just about everything you'll need for a superb day on the water, including your fishing gear, bait, and license.
If you prefer fishing deeper waters, book one of the offshore Vero Beach charters. Your knowledgeable captain will choose drift fishing, trolling, or bottom fishing to help you catch grouper, king mackerel, snapper, sailfish, mahi-mahi, cobia, wahoo, and/or amberjack. Most fishing charters in Vero Beach welcome kids, and it's a wonderful experience for youngsters.
Vero Beach charters are available for four hours, six hours, eight hours, and more. There are day charters and night charters available, too, so it's easy to arrange some angling time into your schedule. Also, because of the mild climate, productive fishing in Vero Beach and in East Central Florida, in general, can be done all year. Just contact one of the charter boat captains to learn more about which fish species are in season.
Vero Beach fishing
is a unique experience for all anglers and would-be anglers, so just come on down!