Inshore fishing is like the cozy corner of the ocean, where the water’s not too deep, and the shoreline is always in sight. It’s where the big fish play close to home, making it a fantastic choice for anglers of all levels.
Inshore waters are home to a variety of fish species, including redfish, speckled trout, sheepshead, flounder, and more, depending on the season.
Inshore fishing is great for all skill levels. Experienced anglers and beginners can enjoy it, and we provide you with the guidance and equipment to do it successfully.
Nearshore fishing is like the sweet spot between the deep sea and the coast. It’s where the action happens just a stone’s throw away from the land. You can practically feel the salt spray on your face while keeping an eye on the shoreline. It’s the perfect blend of adventure and accessibility.
Nearshore fishing adventures usually keep you relatively close to the coastline, typically within a few miles, allowing you to fish in waters that are deeper than inshore but not too far from land.
Nearshore fishing offers the chance to catch a variety of fish like snapper, spanish mackerel, king mackerel (kingfish), cobia, and even the occasional sharks species, depending on the time of year.
Offshore fishing takes you far from the shore, where the deep blue sea stretches as far as the eye can see. It’s an adventure that beckons to those who crave the excitement of open waters and the thrill of reeling in the ocean’s giants.
Offshore fishing is renowned for targeting trophy fish like red snapper, triggerfish, vermillion snapper, spanish nackerel and king mackerel.
Offshore fishing can be challenging for those prone to seasickness due to the longer duration and potentially choppier waters. It’s advisable to take precautions or consider our other options of inshore or nearshore fishing if you are concerned.