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!

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – September 2023

September is the start of snook season. Snook fishing in the ocean is some of the best, especially when the … Sep 5th, 2023

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – September 2023

Cobia are out front! Get out there with your bucktails tipped with squid and look around – no place specific … Sep 5th, 2023

Mullet Madness

As we approach the backside of summer on Florida’s east central coast, shorter days, prevailing easterly breezes, and longer cooler … Aug 31st, 2023

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – August 2023

For trout, redfish, and black drum go early in the morning.  Usually, we have west winds in the mornings and … Aug 1st, 2023

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – August 2023

August fishing can be a challenge sometimes, but it’s always a fun time. The cold-water upwelling is still around and … Aug 1st, 2023

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – July 2023

July is the heat of Florida’s summer – fishing on calmer, hotter days with afternoon showers makes early morning fishing … Jul 3rd, 2023

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – June 2023

  Juvenile tarpon fishing in the canals will start to heat up in June with more rain in the afternoon. … Jun 1st, 2023

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – June 2023

From the beach to deeper reefs – tarpon, jack crevalle, bonita, Spanish mackerel and kingfish have all been close to … Jun 1st, 2023

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Forecast – May 2023

  Fishing the flats has improved the last few months in the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River. A lot of … May 2nd, 2023

Fired Up Offshore Forecast – May 2023

Kingfish will continue to do well this month. Best bait is going to be the bunker (menhaden shad). If not … May 2nd, 2023