Damn Good Fishing Charters In Flagler Beach, Florida

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What are the best fishing charters in Flagler Beach?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 67 trips in Flagler Beach, and the most popular trips in the area are Inshore Light Tackle Trip - 20' Pathfinder guided by Mike, Daytona Inshore Slamin guided by Austin, and Captain's Choice - 24' Tidewater guided by Adam.

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Other popular cities nearby for booking a charter include Banana River, Key Largo and Miami.

What types of fishing charters are common in Flagler Beach?

Inshore fishing is the most popular in Flagler Beach as well as offshore fishing, nearshore fishing, and flats fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Flagler Beach are: 1. redfish, 2. king mackerel / kingfish, 3. speckled trout / spotted seatrout, 4. cobia, and 5. flounder.

The most common fishing techniques in Flagler Beach are light tackle fishing, live bait fishing, and artificial lure fishing but bottom fishing and heavy tackle fishing are popular as well.

How much do Flagler Beach fishing charters cost?

in Flagler Beach prices can range anywhere from $350 to $2,700, but the average price for a half day in Flagler Beach is $543. The average price for a full day in Flagler Beach is $1,140.

When is the best time to go fishing in Flagler Beach?

The most popular season for fishing in Flagler Beach is fall, and most anglers book their trips 44 days in advance.

Where can I get a Flagler Beach fishing license and what are the bag limits in Flagler Beach?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Flagler Beach, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Flagler Beach. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Flagler Beach.

Flagler Beach Fishing Overview

Flagler Beach brings anglers a variety of fishing opportunities within reach with world-class fishing in all directions. Freshwater fishing in the nearby St Johns River and Lake George is top notch. These rich waters create the perfect environment for prized inshore species to thrive. This also benefits massive reef fish and pelagic species that live in deeper waters which help make it a top fishing destination on Florida’s Atlantic coast.

Flagler Beach Freshwater Fishing

Amazing freshwater fishing opportunities are only a short drive west and offer a unique experience. Lake George is a few miles west of the coast but the St Johns River flows from the lake to the coast and becomes brackish. This lake is very productive for crappie and bass as well as several other inshore species. Lake George has a wide variety of species anglers can target which means there is no shortage of fish to catch. If you want a rewarding freshwater fishing experience Flager Beach is the place for you.

Flagler Beach Inshore Fishing

Flagler Beach has great inshore fishing opportunities that can be found in the backwaters, rivers, inlets, and along the shoreline. These waters offer quality shots at some of the most sought-after inshore species. The inshore species available include trout, redfish, snook, and black drum with an added bonus of tarpon depending on the time of year. The brackish backcountry waters near Flagler Beach are a great place to target more inshore species such as flounder, sheepshead, and pompano. With such a wide variety of fish and environments to target, Flagler Beach offers top-notch inshore fishing that will make even the most veteran anglers smile.

Flagler Beach Nearshore Fishing

With an array of wrecks and reefs to explore looking for larger nearshore species, you will find all the action you can handle. Dropping bait near structure will be the best approach for catching various snapper and grouper species. Trolling will provide amazing opportunities to catch prized game fish like kingfish, Spanish mackerel, and mahi-mahi, which are plentiful off the Atlantic Coast of Florida. These nearshore fish species crush bait and fight hard which is the perfect recipe for an exciting day of fishing.

Flagler Beach Offshore Fishing

Head out to the offshore blue water to target the heavy-hitting pelagic species. The range of incredible species that patrol these waters include blackfin tuna, wahoo, mahi-mahi, kingfish, and sailfish. Many of these fish come through the area during their migration with tuna and sailfish coming in strong in the spring. Summer lends itself to a strong mahi-mahi and kingfish bite while huge wahoo are hot in the cooler months. Offshore trolling is exhilarating with long fights, huge blowups, and even bigger fish.

Other Things to Do in Flagler Beach

Flagler Beach has an abundance of activities on or off the water that is sure to make for a memorable trip. A trip to the coast means spending at least one day at the beach. The Beaches near Flagler Beach have clean sand and beautiful water making them a great place for rest and relaxation. When it’s time to fuel up or wind down, there are plenty of beachfront restaurants and bars to choose from.