The Treasure Coast of Florida is an inshore angler's paradise. There is no better place in the world to have an opportunity of catching a snook over 40 inches, a trout over 30 inches, and a nice handful of redfish, all in a days trip. All three of these popular inshore species can be caught year round, and many other species can be caught in the mix including jack crevalle, ladyfish, flounder, pompano, sheepshead, and small snapper and grouper. For a fast-paced, memorable fishing trip with the chances of a snook and trout of a lifetime, inshore fishing on the Treasure Coast is the way to go.
Battling the biggest fish that swim in the sea is a challenge for any angler and even a tougher feat from a kayak. The Treasure Coast is home to many species of sharks. A few great whites are sited along the coast each year. However, consistent action comes from the species that venture into the inshore waters including bonnetheads, lemons, black tips, spinners, and bull sharks. For an absolute sleigh ride in a kayak, shark fishing is the way to go.
Throughout the year on the Treasure Coast, tarpon can be found just about anywhere. The deep, backwaters of Indian River Lagoon offer refuge for small tarpon less than 50 pounds during cooler months, while warmer months and large baitfish migrations including the mullet run draw in trophy fish exceeding 150 pounds. Regardless of the size, the silver king is the silver king. Their acrobatic and hard-fighting nature make even fighting a five pounder a memorable experience for every level of angler.
Indian River County is home to some of the top producing, big bass lakes in Florida and even throughout the country. Just as many or more bass over eight pounds are collectively caught from the famous lakes we have in the county (Stick Marsh/Farm 13, Kenansville Lake, and lake Garcia) than the bigger, more popular lakes within Florida including Lake Okeechobee. Whether you're looking to catch to quantity or quality, I can guide you on one of the area lakes to fulfill your bucket list dreams of catching a lot of big bucket mouths from a kayak.
Starting a new guide service venture in 2018. You're not going to find any Google or other reviews for this service just yet, but I welcome you to be the first group of people I can use my skill set to guide you on a kayak fishing trip of lifetime.
Rates and Other Information
All trips are category specific (i.e. bass fishing, inshore fishing, tarpon fishing, or shark fishing).
Trips are 4-5 hours.
$250 per trip for one angler, with $50 extra for each additional angler,and a maximum of four anglers.
Trips can be booked by contacting me at 843-250-0229 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional inquiries regarding availability, deposits, cancellations, what's included, and other info can also be addressed when booking your trip.