how to Do Shrimping in the Indian River
Meet us at the dock at 9 pm sharp, cause we’re going shrimping! This activity brings a whole new meaning to the term “fresh seafood” and it makes for a great family outing.
how to Do Surf Fishing in Crescent Beach
Do you enjoy gazing out into the ocean, letting it capture you with a sense of wonderment? Well, who doesn’t? Surf fishing is the ultimate way to combine action packed fishing and the calming effect of the sea.
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The east coast Florida shrimp run goes from October to June each year. The west coast run is during July and August.
The best places for shrimping are in the Intercoastal Waterway on Florida’s east coast, and the Indian River Lagoon. You can go shrimping from a boat or land.
Besides your gear, you need a Florida fishing license, you can but that here: http://myfwc.com/license/recreational/saltwater-fishing/
What you’ll need
- Florida saltwater license
- Shrimping lights
- Dip net
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Different fish move through our waters at different time of the year, creating year round surf fishing opportunities.
You can go surf fishing on pretty much any beach in Florida but, the most popular beaches for surf fishing are on the east coast, from around St. Augustine to around New Smyrna Beach.
Besides your gear, the only expense for surf fishing is your salwater fishing license, which can be purchased here: http://myfwc.com/license/recreational/saltwater-fishing/
What you’ll need
- Saltwater fishing license
- Rod & reel
- Bucket for bait
- Towel for wiping off bait juice
- Cooler with ice
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