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Nothing stands between the angler and the water. Not the deck of a boat. Not a dock on the bay. And definitely not a crust of Jell-O. Like a tiger slinking towards its prey, the angler wades nearly silently into the water, draws back his rod, and casts a line. The spanish mackerel lurking just beneath the surface never sees it coming. Knee-deep in the water, the fisherman raises his catch high and poses for a celebratory photo. Another successful trip for Wade Fishing Florida.
For the the company's fishing guides, getting rid of the boat makes things a lot easier. Groups wade right into the Indian River Lagoon, increasing stealth, allowing for easier casting, and granting access to fish-laded waters inaccessible via boat. Wade fishing also boasts an environmental benefit—it eliminates fuel burning, wake disturbances, and chantey singing.