FISHING IN CAPE CANAVERAL FLORIDA
Fishing in Cape Canaveral Florida
Cape Canaveral is convenient to Orlando, Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island, Sebastian, Titusville, Daytona, Melbourne and the Kennedy Space Center.
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Tuna and Wahoo and Flounder – Ohh my! There are so many tasty fish in the Cape Canaveral waters in so many places, you will have a blast Offshore fishing in one of iOutdoor’s charters! Offshore fish that have been caught on iOutdoor’s charters include: Kingfish, Cobia.. Read more..
No matter what the game fish, what the method of fishing, the type of vessel required or where you are located in Cape Canaveral, Florida, iOutdoor can put you with one of our captains and boats to accomplish your fishin’ mission! We have Boat Charters for any of the fishing possibilities the Cape; from flats fishing to offshore trolling.. Read more..
Our Cape Canaveral locations:
- 800 Scallop Dr, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920-4544
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Know your Fish in Cape Canaveral:
Cape Canaveral offers a fishing adventure extravaganza! There are so many species, you never know what you’ll pull into the boat! Fish the thousands of wrecks and reefs for every kind of Grouper, Snapper and Cobia. Check our list of fish native to Florida! Read more…
Redfish are one of the most popular backcountry and flats game fish. Redfish will take a wide variety of flies, lures, and topwater plugs. This makes Redfish are one of the most sought after fish by light tackle anglers. They are one of the hardest fighting fish on the grass flats. Because of this reputation and the fact that they spend most of the year in shallow water they are a great fish to sight fish with light spinning tackle or fly rod! Read more…