The Intercoastal Waterway in Ponce Inlet, Florida, connects the Atlantic Ocean to inland waters at the Ponce de Leon Inlet, giving anglers the opportunity to catch a variety of fresh and saltwater fish species, including black drum, catfish, flounder, redfish, king mackerel, sheepshead, tarpon and trout. If you fish on the Intercoastal Waterway, you have access to Ponce Inlet's Halifax River as well as area bays and tributaries; in addition, you can access the Atlantic Ocean from the waterway.

Fishing Opportunities

Fishing the Intercoastal Waterway is available at Lighthouse Point Park (volusia.org). The park is maintained by Volusia County, and a daily use fee is charged for each vehicle entering the park. Anglers choosing to take their own boat into the Intercoastal Waterway can launch from the city's Kay and Ayres Davies Lighthouse Park (ponce-inlet.org), located near the Ponce de Leon lighthouse. In addition, several charter boat services and fishing guides, such as Daytona Beach Charters and Port Orange Charters (386) 299-2882 offer complete fishing packages at the lowest rate we found $300.00.

 Rate: $300 and $30 for each additional angler.‚Äč

Daytona Beach Charters by

Captain Michael

(386) 299-2882