Are you planning a Florida vacation? Wanting to release the stress from the daily grind? Then Bradenton, Florida is where you want to go. The waters in and around Bradenton are teeming with a wide variety of species both inshore and offshore, and there are loads of Bradenton fishing charters to take you out for an action-packed day on the water.
Your Bradenton fishing charter is operated by local captains and crews that will not only put you on the fish but will share special fishing spots and fishing tips to make your day on the water more fun and enjoyable with lots of hits and bites.
Grab a ride with an inshore Bradenton fishing charter and explore the flats and mangroves of the Manatee River, both the Tampa Bay and Sarasota Bay. This is where many of the feisty fish you want to catch call home, including the highly sought-after Redfish, Snook, Trout and Tarpon. Most of these fish are found year-round along with others like Mangrove Snapper, Flounder, Mackerel, Pompano and more. When you spend a day with your experienced guide aboard a Bradenton fishing charter, you are in for a fantastic, fun day. These trips are perfect for families and experienced anglers. Also, you can try casting a fly in the water and watch one of the big fish gulp it down. You might even land a Florida Grand Slam of a Redfish, Trout and Snook all in one day.
You can have fun inshore, but there is some real action offshore. Your Bradenton fishing charter will take you to the reefs and underwater structures where large great tasting fish are waiting for your hook. You can be spent the day pulling in Snapper, Grouper, Hogfish, Kingfish, Bonita, the occasional Cobia or Tripletail. Going out to the deep blue of the Gulf is where your Bradenton fishing charter will bring you to battle some of the desired trophy fish of the Gulf. During your day, you might have Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna, Amberjack or Billfish bite and give you a fight for your life.
Bradenton is not as well known as other fishing spots on the west coast, which makes it so much better for you. There will be fewer crowds and fewer boats, allowing you more fish to take your bait. When you come back to the dock, you will have a cooler full of fish and lasting memories you can tell your friends and family for years to come.