DBC offers great fishing trips at affordable prices! Come fish the Atlantic Ocean with Captain Michael, one of Daytona Beach’s most experienced fishing guides in his fast, 22 foot offshore fishing boat at a price you can afford.
Angling in Florida. Whether you’re a novice or an expert angler, Daytona Beach is the place to go for charter fishing. The waters of the Atlantic Ocean are brimming with sport fish like cobia, kingfish, mahi mahi and tarpon. We offer both part day and full day fishing trips. You'll have no trouble lining up...
Saltwater Game Fish
Learn tips and tactics for catching some of the most popular game fish.
A broad variety of saltwater game fish awaits anglers of every persuasion, from weekend afternoon snapper and grouper fishermen looking for a tasty dinner, to the most hard-bitten tournament and competitive anglers on blue water or tidal flats.
Seaworthy offshore boats take their choice among billfish, tuna, kingfish or dolphin, but have no edge on fun and excitement over the inshore game fish angler hunting the shorelines and inshore waters for redfish, snook weakfish or flounder. Saltwater fishing may be simple and economical or time and money intensive, but the challenge and the lure remains the same for anglers at all levels of expertise and commitment.
Our inshore, backwater fishing charters include fishing the Halifax River to Ponce Inlet and the Intracoastal Waterway. The Halifax River actually runs through Daytona Beach! Fishing Charters Rates for Inshore, Backcountry, Intercoastal and Near Shore Fishing Charters, Shark Fishing Trips and Guided Tours in the Daytona Beach Area.
Daytona Beach fishing charters with a professional fishing guide for inshore fishing, shark fishing and all saltwater fishing trips in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Fishing charters in Daytona Beach & New Smyrna Beach. Our prime location makes it very easy travel to extremely high fish populated areas offshore as well as the beautiful ecosystems o neighboring waterways like Mosquito Lagoon, The Indian River, Banana River and The Halifax sport fishing areas including the Spruce Creek Natural Wildlife Preserve.
See why we are the best fishing charter in Daytona Beach , Florida.
Ponce Inlet fishing lives up to its reputation. Known for outstanding variety and fun for all ages, charters here know how to provide family fun - not to mention a much-needed escape from Disney World for the parents, too.
Rolling out mile after mile of freshwater, brackish and marine water bodies, the Intracoastal Waterway in Florida is an angler's vacation paradise. Gear up and discover the best in sports fishing from the Atlantic seaboard to the Gulf Coast when embarking on an ICW fishing adventure.
What Life Is Really Like Inside Florida’s Shark Bite Capital Of The World.
Florida is known as being many things—beautiful, pristine, exciting, and family-oriented. But another way many people can identify Florida is with quite a few shark stories. In fact, there is one small city in Florida that has been dubbed the “Shark Bite Capital of the World” for the fifth year in a row. Before you start imagining sharks swimming rampant and churning waters filled with fins, think again.Volusia County, Florida has been dubbed the "Shark Bite Capital of the World" with the town of New Smyrna Beach being a primary source of the problem.
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Quick Facts About Red Drum
Red drum have also been called redfish, spottail, red bass, and channel bass.
The life span of a red drum can exceed 40 years.
Red drum inhabit inshore and offshore waters along the Atlantic coast from Massachusetts to Key West and throughout the Gulf of Mexico.
The majority of the red drum life cycle is spent in nearshore waters and estuaries.
Since estuaries are such vital nursery grounds for red drum, we must realize that deterioration of water quality or loss of suitable habitat can have drastic effects on the number of young fish that survive into adulthood.
Since red drum are not normally long distance travelers, they don't stray far from the areas in which they were born.
In Florida waters, red drum can reach lengths up to 45 inches and weights up to 51 pounds.
Red drum begin spawning in the fall when daylight hours decrease and water temperature begins to cool.
Commercial harvesting of red drum is prohibited throughout the gulf coast states with the exception of Mississippi, which has a very limited inshore fishery.
The red drum is an extremely popular Florida game fish due to its ability to fight for extended periods of time and to its popularity as a food fish.