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Deep sea fishing and river fishing charters for Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral, and Orlando

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In Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral, and Orlando

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Welcome to Fin & Fly fishing charters, the top rated charter fishing company in Cocoa Beach, Florida. We provide exciting and unforgettable charter fishing experiences for our customers in Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral, and Orlando.

Fin & Fly offers world class deep sea fishing charters, shark fishing charters, river fishing charters, and nearshore fishing charters in the beautiful, rich waters off of Florida’s Space Coast from Cocoa Beach to Port Canaveral.

Our offshore fishing charters from Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral offer some of the best deep sea fishing for mahi mahi, tuna, wahoo, sailfish, kingfish, sharks, and more!

Feel like staying closer to shore? No problem! The Banana River Lagoon, the Indian River Lagoon, and the Mosquito Lagoon are known as the redfish capital of the world. Our guided river fishing charters are an easy and fun way to access the world class inshore and nearshore fishing available.

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Whether you’re a novice or an experienced angler, the team at Fin & Fly Fishing Charters has the knowledge and tackle you’ll need for an unforgettable fishing experience on Florida’s Space Coast!

Deep Sea Fishing Charters
Half Day (5 Hours)
$450  
Full Day (8 Hours)
$600  
River Fishing Charters
Half Day (4 Hours)
$350  
3/4 Day (6 Hours)
$425  
Full Day (8 Hours)
$500  
Shark Fishing
Half Day (4 Hours)
$400 (Up To 4 People)
Deep Sea - 32ft Blackfin Rates
Half Day (5 Hours)
$700
Full Day (9 Hours)
$900

Deep Sea rates are for up to 3 people, maximum of 4 (+$50)
River/Inshore rates are for 2 people, maximum of 3 (+$50)
Shark charter rates are for up to 4 people.

We can arrange additional boats for more than 3 anglers.
Your captains work hard to give you the best experience possible. It is customary to tip the captain/mate 15-20% for excellent service.

Krista J - Best Fishing Trip
Best Fishing Trip

We had the best time, our guide was so very knowledgeable of the area and genuinely loved what he was doing and that made for the greatest trip!!

- Krista J

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Deep Sea Fishing Charters

Sailfish Deep Sea Fishing

Weather permitting, our boats provide a fast and comfortable trip offshore for deep sea fishing. Several miles off of Port Canaveral lies “the edge” – a steep oceanic shelf that is a haven for deep sea fishing. Our deep sea fishing charters catch kingfish, cobia, sharks, sailfish, mahi, tuna, wahoo, and more! Catching them within sight of the shoreline and Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral is a unique and unforgettable experience, and our friendly and skilled captains make every trip enjoyable!

Explore the Deep Sea

River & Nearshore Fishing Charters

River Fishing

The rivers and canals surrounding Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral are rich with red fish and trout, providing the perfect fishing experience for children, beginners, and experienced anglers looking for a different experience. Our river fishing charters fish the calm waters of the Banana River Lagoon, Indian River Lagoon and world famous Mosquito Lagoon while cruising through beautiful mangroves and watching herons, dolphins, stingrays, and manatees in their habitats.

Explore Our Fertile Rivers

Shark Fishing Charters

Shark Fishing

Shark fishing off of Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach is an extraordinary experience for anglers of all ages and abilities! Sharks can be found at any depth. You can sometimes see them on the surface, tailing their way across the water; some will attack your bait as you're dropping it down or as you're reeling it back up; they may also go after another nice fish that you have on your line; and then others are out of sight, prowling the deep ocean. This is an action packed charter for anglers of any age or experience level!

Explore the Thrill of Sharks

What We Fish For

Red Drum Fishing

Red Drum

The Red Drum, also known as the Redfish or Channel Bass, has a reddish overall coloration and one or more dark spots at the base of the tail. It feeds at the bottom on crustaceans and mollusks. It also takes small fish, especially mullet.

Shark Fishing

Shark

Shark fishing in the Space Coast of Florida in Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach is an extraordinary experience for anglers of all ages and abilities. Wrecks and natural structures in our area hold large quantities of fish and, as a result, attract sharks. The sharks cruise the perimeters in search of their next meal!

Black Drum Fishing

Black Drum

The black drum is also known as Blue Drum for having a hint of blue in its dark color with a silvery-gray belly and black fins. Being the largest of all the drum family, it grows 40 to 60 in. in length and weighs between 50 to 100 lbs. Mollusks, clams, oysters and crabs are the most common preys to black drum.

Tarpon Fishing

Tarpon

The tarpon is a large thick-bodied fish generally silver in color other than its back, which can range from a dark green to grey. It has a large scoop shaped mouth and the last ray of its dorsal fin is greatly elongated. Its scales are large and thick like a coat of armor. The inside of their mouth is like a heavy grit of sandpaper that will wear threw your leader or tippet.

Sailfish Fishing

Sailfish

Sailfish are mainly gray and blue in color. But the colorful dorsal fin also known as a sail is what this fish is mostly known for. One of the fastest water creatures, sailfish can swim at a speed of 47 mph. Forage fish and squid are sailfish’s favorite food.

Snapper Fishing

Snapper

Snappers are active carnivores, feeding mainly on crustaceans such as shrimp, crayfish, and crabs. Some, however, are plankton-eaters. Snappers are of light red color, with more intense pigment on the back. These fish can reach up to 39 in. in length and weigh 60 to 80 lbs. The oldest reported snapper is over 100 years old.

Snook Fishing

Snook

The Snook is a powerful fish and a thrilling catch, much like the freshwater Largemouth Bass. The Snook is overall a silvery-green color with fins that are sometimes bright yellow. Snook aslo have a prominent black lateral stripe that runs from just behind the gills to the tail.