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WELCOME TO DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA

Daytona Beach is famous for its NASCAR, Motorcycles and racing in general. but the shopping, culture, beaches, big events and fine dining are second to none. From white sandy beaches, to connecting with a Cruise or traveling west to Disney World it’s all in a stone throw distance. Not known by many, Daytona is recognized for having some of the greatest fishing on the east coast of the United States and yes, it does have great saltwater fishing. But the Daytona nature adventures can only be done in the freshwater…while fishing side by side with the alligators and birds just minutes from the speedways. The Daytona Beach climate allows for year round fishing for several great species which including largemouth bass and Crappie (Speck) just minutes from the Daytona Beach airport.

What you might not know about Daytona fishing, Deland is the closest town from the west and Palm Coast is to the north. Both destination close to St Johns River. Many forget about the spectacular freshwater fishing in Daytona, so while your friends are out cruising around in the ocean getting Sunburn, you could be enjoying the sights and sounds of World famous St Johns River in the surroundings of old Florida!

DAYTONA FISHING LOCATIONS

Daytona Bass Fishing - St Johns River Fishing St Johns River is noted for its excellent largemouth bass fishing lake. Bass seem to congregate in this lake. The reason, mouths of the many small feeder streams, and the points and deep holes in the bends of the river, are great places to work a plastic worm and a crank bait. Areas of lily pads are excellent in the spring and early summer months, especially if grass is also present. Largemouths readily spawn and feed in the beds of eelgrass, which predominate the flats. Look for that grass and you are almost certain to find the fish. Lake George is the widest and largest lake on the river and probably the best St. Johns River fishing lake. Approximately 12 miles long and 6 miles wide, it has a very remarkable, averaging about ten feet deep. Lake George also has a significant salt content, primarily from the large Salt, Silver Glen and Juniper springs which discharge through massive saline marine deposits. Additionally, if there are strong, sustained Northerly winds, the incoming tidal flow from the North can reach the lake.

Fish present in St Johns River include largemouth bass, sunshine bass, black crappie, bluegill, redear sunfish, and catfish. [MORE ST JOHNS RIVER…] or reserve below…

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Daytona Fishing - Lake George fishing from Daytona BeachLake George is the 2nd largest lake in Florida and is a “famous big bass lake,” well-known for the quantity and quality of bass the lake produces as well as the wildlife and beautiful sightseeing. The lake is located just west of Flagler Beach and Ormond Beach, it is only 30 to 40 minutes away depending on your from Daytona Beach. It’s a very popular choice for customers visiting Daytona anytime of the year. The reputation on Lake George has continued for many years as producing the biggest largemouth bass in North Florida. On Lake George the two primary ways to fish are with artificial lures or wild shiners. Bass fishing on the “George” with wild shiners is the preferred bait for many anglers for catching trophy bass. It just happens to be the natural food that they feed on daily. Wild Shiner fishing became very popular many years ago when anglers fishing Lake George for largemouth bass would see their feeding habits. It has become the increasingly popular choice!…

Like some of you, we also prefer to fish with artificial lures as much as possible. When fishing Lake George with artificial, you will have the choice of spinning rods, baitcasting rods or fly fishing equipment. Flipping and pitching on Lake George is always real popular, it’s always a great lake for topwater lures do to its shallow depths. We are open to any techniques you’re interested in learning about, just let us know. MORE LAKE GEORGE…or reserve below…

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Lake Monroe Fishing in DaytonaAnglers in Stanford, Deltona and DeBary looking for trophy largemouth action in area, search no more. Most drive right by Lake Monroe, but you can find what your looking for right here. Now may be the time to throw a few cast at Lake Monroe!

Orlando Florida visitors don’t have to travel very far to find quality bass fishing. At least, they haven’t got to now. This year, however, things could be a bit different, off the charts good different.
Why do we suggest anglers to fish Lake Monroe’s 9,406 acres especially in the spring.
Unlike many other central Florida lakes, Lake Monroe has weathered the hype that happens on many other lakes and has quietly produced monster fish under the radar and has consistently lower pressure compared to other area lakes.

Anglers in Stanford, Deltona and DeBary looking for trophy largemouth action in area, search no more. Most drive right by Lake Monroe, but you can find what your looking for right here. Now may be the time to throw a few cast at Lake Monroe! [MORE LAKE MONROE…] or reserve below…

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Lake Okeechobee fishing from North Palm BeachRodman Reservoir is the most “famous big bass lake” in north Florida, well-known for the quality of bass the lake produces on a regular basis. While the North of the lake is not located in Daytona, it’s only located 30 to 60 minutes away from Daytona Beach and is a very popular choice for customers traveling from St Augustine, Jacksonville and Gainesville as well. The reputation on Rodman Reservoir has continued for many years as producing the biggest and best largemouth bass fishing in North Florida. On Rodman the two primary ways to fish are with artificial lures or wild shiners. Bass fishing with wild shiners is the preferred bait for many anglers for trophy bass. It just happens to be the natural food that they feed on daily. Wild Shiner fishing became very popular many years ago when anglers fishing Rodman Reservoir for largemouth bass would see their feeding habits. It has become the increasingly popular choice because once you’ve experienced this style of fishing you’ll quickly recognized that it’s much more than just sitting and watching bobbers. We have a special kind of tackle and a secret way of hooking and rigging shiners.

Like some of you, we also prefer to fish with artificial lures as much as possible. When fishing Rodman Reservoirwith artificial, you will have the choice of spinning, baitcasting or fly fishing. flipping and pitching on Rodman is always real popular, it’s always a great lake for topwater plugs do to its shallow depths. We are open to any techniques you’re interested in learning about, just let us know. MORE OKEECHOBEE…or reserve below…

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In town for a few days, had a half day to kill and I love fishing. Got Bass Online recommended to me from the folks at Bass Pro Shops in town and I know why. What a top notch company and great guides, highly recommend if you're in the area.

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We did a trip on the St Johns River while at Bike Week, it was awesome. Quite, beautiful and very relaxing...yes we caught a lot of fish too.
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DAYTONA FISHING GUIDES

Daytona Fishing Guide - Capt Steve NiemoellerCapt. Steve Niemoeller is a full-time Daytona bass fishing guide, specializing in largemouth bass fishing in Rodman Reservoir, St Johns River and Lake George. Live-bait or artificial, Steve can teach you both of them. Steve’s specialty is St Johns River and going way back into area where boats have never been with big shiners hunting trophy size bass, does that sound like fun or what! You can also read Capt. Steve fishing reports every morning giving his latest fishing tips. Your trip with Steve is guaranteed to be a fun trip, so do not ask for Steve unless you’re interested in a good time. [Read More…]
Daytona Fishing Guide - Capt Kenneth WalkerCapt. Kenneth Walker is a full-time Daytona bass fishing guide, specializing on Daytona area largemouth bass on Rodman Reservoir, St Johns River and Lake George and has been known to be trophy hunter, live-bait or artificial he can catch them. No trip is too long and there’s always more fish to be caught, that’s his motto.
Kenneth’s energetic customer catches can be found on our bass fishing reports every week giving his latest fishing report for the Northern Region of Florida. [Read More…]
Daytona Fishing Guide - Capt Chris DaveyCapt. Chris Davey is a full-time Daytona bass fishing guide and radio show host. Experience includes freshwater and saltwater, Chris’s accomplishments in the fishing industry a mile long support in conservation, moved to Ohio to sharpen him northern skills and moved back to Florida years ago to master guiding in the Daytona Beach area. Chris is sponsored by: iOutdoor.com, Abu Garcia, Penn reels, BassAssassin Baits and BassOnLine.com. Chris’s has become a master of the Daytona area for all your freshwater and saltwater needs [Read More…]

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FISHING DAYTONA BEACH FOR VARIETY!

Daytona Beach is home to a wide variety of beautiful fish species. When fishing sunny Florida in and around Daytona Beach we all know the deep sea fishing in Daytona Beach is excellent year round and you can expect almost everything. But hold on, the Daytona freshwater fishing has its share of exciting species as well. Home of the trophy bass on St Johns River, quoted as the #1 bass fishing in North Florida. And while the local area has its share of trophy bass fishing lakes it have several other species that may peak your interest. Daytona Beach fishing trips are also the home to hard fighting Redfish hear in Inshore fishing and much more.

There isn’t any place in the world to match the opportunity and with measured accomplishments for anglers then when Daytona Beach fishing. It maybe the land of beaches, great food and nightlife but the fishing it what keeps people coming back.