Spend a weekend enjoying nature’s finest wonders on the riverbanks of Florida’s Indian River. Come follow the ample and productive stream of the Indian River to discover some of the best fishing spots hidden in the foot of the Indian River Lagoon system. With a FishAnywhere Indian River fishing charter captain or fishing guide, an adventure lurks behind every twist and bend.
The Indian River and FishAnywhere have one thing in common – they are both an angler’s go-to source for finding trophy spotted seatrout. Mix them together, and you’ll have yourself a fishing experience of a lifetime, plus a fun trip for the entire family!
Thanks to its ample currents and the availability of countless species, you can expect to encounter Spotted Seatrout, Tarpon, Pompano, Redfish, Flounder, Snapper, Jack Crevalle, Sharks, Snook, and more! The 121-mile long river flows in the foot of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, creating terrific opportunities for fishing and relaxation.
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Come cast a line in the Indian River during the Spring months when the riverbanks are perfect. Even though the sun-kissed surface of the flowing water attracts keepers of various species all summer long, the period from March through July is considered the fishing season’s peak in the Indian River.
Anglers from all over the country flock to Florida to experience the best inshore and backcountry fishing on the planet and breath-taking riverscapes, but also to fish the Indian River for Redfish and Snook. The northern part of the Indian River is the best to go after schools of Redfish. In case you are taking your kids along, Spotted Seatrout is another common species in the Indian River that’s great for novices and kids.
Join them aboard our Indian River fishing charters and spend a day practicing your spinning, wading, and fly-fishing moves.
No matter the technique used, there’s never a shortage of fish in the Indian River!
The Indian River is among the top US waters for catching Snook, but that’s not all you can hope to reel in from this generous body of water. From Tarpon and Mangrove Snapper to Jack Crevalle and Flounder, this refreshingly diverse river has it all including: Snook, Redfish, Black Drum, King Mackerel, Flounder.
Whether you’re a rookie or an experienced angler, fishing the Indian River is as exciting as it is fun. Share this unique experience with a selected group of friends aboard our Indian River fishing charters. Let our friendly guides and captains make your family trip one you’ll never forget!
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