Orlando Saltwater Fishing

Here in Orlando we are lucky enough to have great access to freshwater and saltwater fishing alike. Orlando Saltwater Fishing is some of the best in the state. Please enjoy these articles below to help you catch more fish while in Orlando!

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – April 2019

Cobia fishing – continue to look around the 50-foot range for rays and leatherback turtles holding fish. Free swimming cobia … Apr 5th, 2019

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – April 2019

On the lagoon flats, fish early morning and late evening with your favorite top water plugs for extreme trout and … Apr 5th, 2019

Shrimping Forecast – April 2019

The 2019 shrimping season is one for the history books. Water temps are running into the high 70’s and catfish, … Apr 5th, 2019

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – March 2019

March Madness is here – bring on the cobia! This is the historic time frame along the east central Florida … Mar 5th, 2019

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – March 2019

On the lagoon, increasing water levels will draw slot size redfish schools up onto the shallow shorelines of the flats, … Mar 5th, 2019

Shrimping Forecast – March 2019

March is wake up month in the world of big shrimping. The run has started in Volusia County albeit 4 … Mar 5th, 2019

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – February 2019

Near shore fishing has been great and should continue this month. Massive schools of redfish have been near the port … Feb 6th, 2019

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – February 2019

As water levels on the St Johns River continue to drop, the American shad run will continue to improve as … Feb 6th, 2019

Shrimping Forecast – January 2019

The 2018-2019 season has everyone on edge every time the temperature drops below 60 degrees. This is not the one … Jan 9th, 2019

Backcountry Extreme Fishing Forecast – January 2019

Cold front, cold front, cold front – one right after another, but there is a silver lining. With just a … Jan 9th, 2019