Space Coast Fly Fishing Charters specializes in offering charter fishing from Cape Canaveral to Sebastian Inlet including Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Port Canaveral, the beaches and all points throughout the Space Coast. Whether you're looking for a fishing charter company to take you along Brevard County's Indian River, Banana River, Sebastian Inlet, or along the beaches Space Coast Flyfishing Charters will make your fishing excursion the highlight of your trip to Central Florida's Space Coast.
Growing up along the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean allowed me to experience some of the best fishing in the world. Fishing the mullet run for giant Tarpon and Sharks, the extensive flats for Redfish and Trout, and the mangrove shorelines for Snook provided me with a lifetime full of memories.
As your guide I want you to have the same adrenaline rush that I've experienced while chasing Florida's gamefish across these famous flats and inlets.
Sebastian Inlet is known for its world-class Snook, Tarpon, and giant Redfish. The inlet is extremely rough with a swift current. It carries baitfish out into the ocean where they're ambushed by trophy Snook , giant Tarpon, and monster Redfish. Also, the backcountry waters of the Sebastian River are home to thousands of Tarpon and Snook that are anxious to eat a fly or live bait. An incredible winter Flounder run brings doormat size Flounder into the inlet along with big Bluefish, Ladyfish, and Jacks that are more than willing to blast a top water plug, live bait, or fly.
The Indian and Banana Rivers are world famous for giant Redfish, Speckled Trout, juvenile Tarpon up to 60lbs, and trophy size Snook. Miles of lush grass flats lined by mangrove covered shorelines provide rod bending, drag screaming action as well as some of the best scenery found anywhere. Schools of Redfish feed in the shallow flats where anglers can sight cast to these tailing fish. Speckled Seatrout provide great top water action and both lagoons host some of the biggest and best Seatrout fishing found anywhere in the world.
Juvenile Tarpon and Snook are stalking the mangrove shorelines ready to crush a live bait or fly that is put in front of them.