Florida Matanzas Inlet Redfish Fishing
Florida Matanzas Inlet Redfish Fishing has been at its finest. All species of fish are gearing up for the warm summer months. In this process, Inshore Red Fish are becoming more active in the inlets. Matanzas Inlet is very productive fishing hole currently.
Captain Steve Niemoeller and Chris Davy are highly knowledge guides for this area. They have been actively searching out waters and catching quality Red Fish.
Sight fishing these amazing, hard fighting fish is some of the most exciting techniques to catching the Reds. The Captains are paying close attention to where the bait fish are moving as the Red Fish will surely follow. You really have to stalk out the school by watching for ripples or fins on the surface of the water.
Palm Coast is beautiful this time of year. Many people love to sight see and explore the inshore flats. Part of the inlet is an aged set of Cannons. It is a land mark that is unique to this part of Florida.
The Matanzas Inlet is a channel in Florida between the barrier islands connecting the Atlantic Ocean and the south end of the Matanzas River. It is not stabilized by jetties and has constantly shifted over the years.
If you ever get a chance to visit Palm Coast, experience a trip that can provide information and knowledge of the local landmarks.
Come Catch Yours Today with Captain Steve Nieomeller on the St. John’s River.
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