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Brevard County a Fishing Destination

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Friday January 20, 2017

Florida's central east coast features some of the richest fishing destinations in America within Brevard County. Deemed "The Space Coast", Brevard County host Kennedy Space Center where NASA launched men to the moon fifty years ago and sent men to the stars in the Space Shuttle.

Many visitors don't realize that our area boast some significant fishing opportunities to the vacationing visitors and residents alike. With the Mosquito Lagoon in the north and Sebastian Inlet's gateway for the World Famous Indian River Lagoon and it's sibling the Banana River, Brevard County has a trifecta of inshore fishing and a bonus of great offshore fishing too.

Brevard's coastline holds the Canaveral National Seashore and Playalinda Beach divided by Port Canaveral and slipping down to Cocoa Beach where Spring Break and surfing are the norm in this semi-rural community. It's not unlikely to see our local hero and native Kelly Slater visiting his local favorite coffee shop "Surfinista" or other well known surfers like the Damienand CJ Hobgood in Satellite Beach sharing a meal with friends in their favorite dives.

A favorite with Brevard residents is fishing in the local lagoons and ocean. Some of the popular fish species targeted is the redfish and it's close neighbor the spotted sea trout. Snook and tarpon are seasonally available to the more dedicated anglers and black drum can be found on a regular basis.

Central Florida's Brevard County has so much to offer for the outdoor enthusiast from it's beautiful beaches on the Atlantic Ocean to the shallow saltwater lagoons. Give us a call and let a full time professional fishing guide take you out for a day on the water.

Fishing Destination, Brevard County, Florida

Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: September 17 2016 09:03:54.

Published by: Captain of Lagooner Fishing Guides©

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Inshore Charter Fishing in the Banana River Lagoon near Cocoa Beach, Florida. Catch redfish, sea trout, tarpon, snook and many other saltwater gamefish aboard the world famous Lagooner flats fishing boat with renowned Captain Richard Bradley.

Amazing start to an amazing vacation! - Port Canaveral was our first stop on a 7 day Norwegian cruise out of New York City... When I didn't find any fishing excursions listed through NCL, I did a Google search and emailed a few different charter outfits. Capt. Gina was quick to respond and super to deal with. When she came right to the ship to pick us up for our trip she greeted us with a warm hug like we were lifelong friends. Capt Richard kept us on fish the entire time. We had many laughs and great conversation. I really enjoyed hearing him speak about his family. Caught some beautiful King Mackerel and a few other fish, WHAT A DAY! I would recommend Lagooner to anyone!
about Lagooner Fishing Charters on March 1, 2015

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