Fishing is the only sport where you're allowed to consume your opponent, not counting baseball before 1971. Catch a bite with this Groupon.
- $105 for a private, half-day fishing trip for up to three (a $210 value)
Four four hours, guides take groups of up to three into the Indian River Lagoon. They supply each angler with a rod, reel, and artificial lures (live bait is available for an additional fee). The group wades out into the water, where they cast lines and pull in various fish species, such as bluefish, spotted sea trout, and spanish mackerel. Each person must provide his or her own fishing license.
Wade Fishing Florida
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.