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 – July 2019

Fishing has been damn good lately. A few mahi have been showing up and a few cobias as well. Most … Jul 12th, 2019

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – July 2019

The hot summer days have finally arrived, but that doesn’t mean there are no fish around. Try fishing in the … Jul 12th, 2019

Shrimping Forecast – July 2019

Winter shrimping ends with full pulls in Volusia and North Brevard County. The hot weather and aggressive mosquitoes are enough … Jul 12th, 2019

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – June 2019

May we had a great month and the fish started to turn on. The bunker finally areconsistent as we were … Jun 6th, 2019

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – June 2019

As summer in east Central Florida settles in, the summer doldrums begin. Calmer seas allow those of us with shallow … Jun 6th, 2019

Shrimping Forecast – June 2019

The winter shrimping is officially over in Volusia and North Brevard Counties. Your best chance to catch a few more … Jun 6th, 2019

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – May 2019

Good numbers of dolphin have been caught the last few weeks and should only increase this month. Start in the … May 6th, 2019

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – May 2019

Fishing on the Indian River and the Mosquito Lagoons is starting to come alive after a long winter. Redfish could … May 6th, 2019

Shrimping Forecast – May 2019

Central Florida shrimping sea- son is in its last month of decent sizes and productivity. May normally marks the end … May 6th, 2019

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
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