Fishing in Deltona

$206 for $375 Worth of Outdoor Supplies — Cast and Blast Charters

Cast And Blast Charters

Apopka

$375 $206

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$25 for $50 Worth of Outdoor Supplies — New Smyrna Outfitters

New Smyrna Outfitters

New Smyrna Beach

$50 $25

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Full-Day Fishing Trip for One from Pastime Princess (51% Off)

Pastime Princess

New Smyrna Beach

$75 $37

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Aboard 100-foot-long boat, hands supply anglers of all experience levels with necessary gear, including bait and fishing licenses

$250 for Four-Hour Private Fishing Trip for Up to Four from Tightline Fishing Charters ($475 Value)

Tightline Fishing Charters

Port Orange

$475 $250

Knowledgeable guide who has been fishing in local waters for half a century leads inshore private fishing trips rich with views of wildlife

4-Hour Inshore Fishing Trip for Up to Three People at Final Point Charters (45% Off)

Final Point Charters

On Location

$500 $275

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Six-Hour Pan-Fishing or Bass-Fishing Trip for One or Two from The Villages Fishing Guide (50% Off)

The Villages Fishing Guide

Carney Island

$240 $120

Guides take anglers on the water for six-hour fishing trips

Two-Hour Fishing Trip for Two or Four from Shark Bait Fishing Co. (Up to 52% Off)

Shark Bait Fishing Co.

Merritt Island

$78 $39.99

An experienced captain takes anglers out to sea on a 26-foot catamaran, providing all equipment and helping to bait hooks and clean catches

$200 for Near-Shore Fishing Trip for Up to Six from Ofishal Business Charters ($400 Value)

Ofishal Business Charters

Cocoa Beach-Cape Canaveral

$400 $200

The 32 ft. Stuart Angler glides through Port Canaveral and local ocean spots on four-hour fishing jaunts with a pro fishing captain

Half-Day Deep-Sea Fishing Trip for One, Two, or Four from Jumanji Attractions (Up to 44% Off)

Jumanji Attractions

St. Augustine

$139 $79

Spend four hours on the water casting from a fishing boat's deck with provided bait and gear

Half-Day Kayak Fishing Trip for One, Two, or Four from Elite Saltwater Adventures (Up to 47% Off)

Elite Saltwater Adventures

Sebastian

$150 $80

As you travel the Indian River, cast your line for fish that live in the water's shallows and keep what you catch

Select Local Merchants

Growing up, Butch Finnigan frequented the Atlantic Ocean with his father and grandfather, reveling in the rush of netting a big catch. Matt Riley found similar solace atop the ocean's seemingly endless bounty, where he and his family enjoyed each other's company as they fished. More than two decades later, the veteran anglers have become captains and co-founders of Xtreme Saltwater Angler. They assemble all necessary components for fishing excursions into the big blue, including signature lures and apparel, portable lighthouses, and the expertise needed to guide fishing charters and eco-tours.

The captains and their staff switch up their charters from brief inshore jaunts into the famed Mosquito Lagoon, Canaveral National Seashore, and Indian River Lagoon system to lengthier saltwater fishing trips into the Atlantic. Close to shore, anglers snap up species such as red and black drum, sea trout, and famished free divers, while deeper waters teem with cobia, kingfish, grouper, and yellowfin tuna. The sailors also nurture relationships with nature on eco-tours that explore more than 2,100 plant species and 2,200 animal species, including some of the U.S.'s most diverse flocks of birds.

1 Max Brewer Cswy.
Sanford,
FL
US

Owner, instructor, and personal trainer Dan Case loads up the roof of his boat with a fleet of standup paddleboards. On his small boat, he's on his way to Ponce Inlet Intracoastal waterways with groups of up to seven. When they've reached their requested destinations, clients get to paddle through the mangrove trails, keeping an eye out for local wildlife such as manatees, dolphins, and Bear Grylls hiding in a tree. Inexperienced paddlers can take lessons on the placid waters of Lake Killarney, and more experienced visitors can try their hand at surfing or standup-paddleboard yoga.

2500 Lee Rd, Unit 227
Winter Park,
FL
US

At Fired Up Fishing Charters, US Coast Guard–licensed captains Chris Cameron and Kyle Larson outfit anglers to catch fish such as mahi-mahi, tarpon, sailfish, and more Atlantic-dwelling species. Their 29-foot boat comfortably accommodates up to four fishermen or five passengers for eco and sightseeing tours and is equipped with twin Yamaha 200-horsepower motors, radar, GPS unit, freshwater shower, and restroom.

PO Box 1966
Apopka,
FL
US

Once a support vessel that transported oil-rig workers around the Gulf of Mexico, the 100-foot-long Pastime Princess now takes up to 75 anglers on deep-sea fishing trips between 11 and 23 miles off shore. Beyond transporting fishermen into these Atlantic waters, the Pastime Princess maintains guests' comfort with air conditioning, bathrooms cleaned daily, and a galley where chefs prepare a menu of grilled fare. The boat's crew supplies anglers of all skills levels with necessary gear, including bait, and furnishes passengers with fishing licenses. They also clean catches, which guests can tote home or have cooked at Dolphin View Seafood Restaurant upon returning to land. To enhance revelry aboard the boat, hands organize a winner-take-all jackpot for whoever catches the largest edible fish or still-useable mattress. A FAQ page anticipates common questions and lists some recommendations, such as advising anglers to arrive 45 minutes before departure and to bring coolers no larger than 20 inches.

107 N Riverside Dr.
New Smyrna Beach,
FL
US

At Daytona Beach Parasail, flightless humans can highlight day trips to Daytona Beach with a parasail adventure. After taking off from the flight deck of a boat piloted by a USCG-licensed captain, customers soar 2,000 feet in the air, which is the perfect height for catching scenic glimpses of the world-famous shoreline. No previous knowledge of parasailing is required. The entire excursion takes about 45 minutes, which includes the boat trip out and back. Single flights last about 8 minutes; customers can team up with Groupon-bearing friends for a tandem flight, which will keep them floating for 14–16 minutes. Pack your camera if you want a friend to snap pictures of your airborne antics. Ferry customers receive free shuttle service to and from the boat.

4936 S Peninsula Dr
Ponce Inlet,
FL
US

The waters off Florida's Atlantic coast teem with fish whose bright, sometimes breath-taking colors belie their fierceness. Take a blue marlin unfurling its cobalt sail as it strips line off a fisherman's reel, or a mahi-mahi flashing its chartreuse sides before bolting away at up to 50 miles per hour. At Sea Spirit Fishing, Captain Mike Mulholland and his crew supply anglers with all necessary tackle for hooking these trophies, welcoming passengers aboard the US Coast Guard?licensed Sea Spirit. Rated for up to 65 passengers, this 65-foot, custom-built party boat quickly motors out to the deep sea thanks to its twin 650-seahorsepower engines. After showing passengers how to land piscine prizes, Sea Spirit's crew also cleans the catches so anglers can make their own seafood stews at home without adding Goldfish crackers, for once.

133 Inlet Harbor Rd
Ponce Inlet,
FL
US