Charter Fishing in Cocoa Beach to Vero Beach
Fishing the Indian River Lagoon could mean fishing anywhere from Ponce de Leon Inlet in Volusia County south to Jupiter Inlet in Palm Beach County.
Are you ready for some spectacular, fun, and "Fishful" charter fishing in Cocoa Beach? How about charter fishing in Melbourne, Palm Bay, or Vero Beach? You have most likely heard of all these popular fishing spots because they are all part of Florida's Space Coast and the Indian River Lagoon which has been called the world's "most biologically diverse estuary." Indian River Lagoon is a long shallow body of water, 156 miles long to be exact, that is protected from the Atlantic Ocean by a long barrier island. Fishing guides in Cocoa Beach south to Vero beach and Fort Pierce all fish in the Indian River Lagoon, it's that large.
Fishing Guides Cocoa Beach, Vero Beach, and Sebastian Inlet
For fishing guides in Cocoa Beach or any of the other mentioned fishing hot spots the decision of where to fish on the Indian River Lagoon can be a challenge in itself. Do they guide in Cocoa Beach where the fishing is spectacular or do they guide in Vero Beach or Sebastian Inlet where the fishing is also spectacular? Wow, what a great predicament to be in? It doesn't matter if you choose charter fishing in Cocoa Beach for those big redfish the area is famous for or try fly fishing for trophy sized Snook in Vero Beach and the Sebastian Inlet region, because it's all great fishing with lots of action that will inject fun into any Florida vacation. The fact is a day fishing in any of these well known hot spots should be on the "must do' list for all sportmen visiting Indian River Lagoon and the Florida Space Coast.
Indian River Lagoon Inlets
The Indian River Lagoon has Port Canaveral in the Cocoa Beach area and five other inlets that provide access to the Atlantic Ocean.
- Port Canaveral
- Fort Pierce Inlet
- Jupiter Inlet
- Ponce De Leon Inlet
- Sebastain Inlet
- St. Lucie Inlet
More Indian River Lagoon Facts
- There are 4 main fish species - Redfish, Tarpon, Trout, Snook
- In total there are 685 species of fish in the Indian River lagoon
- The average depth of the Lagoon is only 3 feet.
- The Indian River Lagoon has 36 rare and endangered animal species
- Indian River Lagoon is not a river. It's where freshwater from the land and saltwater from the ocean mixes.
- The Indian River Lagoon has 310 species of birds.
- The Indian River Lagoon has over 4000 plant and animal species.
- Indian River Lagoon is 156 miles long and Cocoa Beach, Titusville, Palm Bay, Melbourne, Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fort Pierce all border the Lagoon.
Indian River Lagoon Fishing and Fun
You know Cocoa Beach fishing guides and other area guides have great fishing in all the regions of the Indian River lagoon but what if someone in your party is not particularly interested in only fishing?
Well for those folks there are many other interesting things to see. The Indian River Lagoon has over 4000 plant and animal species. Visitors can experience the Lagoon's natural beauty by viewing things like the seagrasses and mangroves which are part of a flourishing aquatic habitat. There are over 300 species of birds in the Indian River Lagoon and it is home to many marine mammal species like bottlenose dolphin and protected species like manatees.
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