Florida is known for its numerous pristine white sand beaches and its notorious children’s amusement park, Disney World. In addition to these well-known attractions, it is home to some exceptional fishing spots for both fresh water and salt-water fishing. Since it is a destination known for family centered vacations, many of the best fishing spots are designed specifically for the whole family to enjoy.
They include parks and recreation near the fishing spots and excellent camping grounds. Most importantly, because these spots are highly populated with fish, “non-fishermen” are more likely to stay interested in the adventure, since they are likely to find a “big catch” or two, of their own! So before you head off to Florida to catch some big fish, you will need a fish finder and an inflatable kayak to reach those tough to get to spots!
Whether you are interested in charting a boat for some incredible deep-sea fishing or prefer to reel in an enormous bass off one of the plentiful fresh water piers, there is something for every angler, from the youngest to the most seasoned. Your exhilarating day of fishing will lead to delicious dinner caught by your own hands.
Destin bears the infamous nickname “Luckiest Fishing Village in the World!” The emerald-green water is the envy of oceanic waters across the nation. In addition to attracting millions of people, these beautiful waters are home to many exotic fish. Chartering a boat for a day of fun filled offshore fishing will surely lead to a dinner a tasty fish. After catching your limit, you can come back ashore as baste on the impeccable white sand beach. If you want to take day off from fishing, the whole family will enjoy the many tourist attractions that fill the days and nights of beautiful Destin.
#2 Long Key State Park, Florida Keys
Take the family for a camping trip in the Long Key State Park and enjoy fishing the incredible Florida Keys. These sixty campsites are in high demand, so be sure to plan your fun filled adventure about one year in advance to ensure you are able to secure a spot. You will enjoy the scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean as you prepare the day’s catch for the family dinner at your campsite. This fishing spot is known for outstanding bone fishing. If you enjoy kayak fishing or fly fishing, you will certainly enjoy fishing this attractive spot.
#3 Lake Okeechobee
If you are in search of the enormous largemouth bass, this famous bass fishing lake is exactly what you are looking for. It is home to some of the largest fishing tournaments in North America. You can stay at a nearby hotel, camp out at one of the local campsites, or stay in one of the many resorts on the lake. In order to make the most of your experience, take advantage of the numerous charter boats or informative fishing guides. You will not need to exaggerate the size of your catch at Lake Okeechobee. At this site, it is even possible to set a world record on a leisurely day of fishing!
This Southwest coastal fishing village faces the stunning waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Take advantage of the plentiful charters and guides, as well as the numerous public access points. Some fish that you may encounter in this adventure include, redfish, dorado, trout, snook, and grouper. Do not forget to stop by the Siesta Key, named “One of the best beaches in the United States) before you leave!
#5 Lake Panasoffkee
Lake Panasoffkee us the perfect place for a family fishing expedition. You have the option of staying in one of the local lodges or indulging in the full experience by camping out at one of the campgrounds surrounding the water. Big long-nosed gar and bass are a couple of the fish that take up residence in the breath-taking lake. Located in a remote area, only fifty-five miles from Orlando, Lake Panasoffkee offers more than just fishing. You can take in the picturesque scene through a serene horseback ride, or through an adventurous biking or hiking trip.