Trip Details

Are you ready to fish the famed Indian River Lagoon?

Are you ready to fish the famed Indian River Lagoon?

The Indian River Lagoon is an extremely diverse eco-system providing the opportunity of hooking up to a large variety of inshore and nearshore species.  Snook, Redfish, Speckled Seatrout, Tarpon, Pompano and Flounder are just a handful of possibilities while fishing the Lagoon.

While working the locations, preselected based on your desired species, we will drift, pole and/or utilize a trolling motor in search of your desired species.  In some instances, we may find the need to utilize the tactic of blind casting during low light conditions or diminished water clarity situations. The possibility of hooking a Redfish, Sea Trout, Snook or Jack can provide hours of fun and the opportunity for a mixed bag.

When clarity and visibility are prevalent we will site cast. The locations we target are specifically due to habitat, food sources, tidal flow and past successes.

Want to experience the Lagoon at Night?

The Indian River Lagoon comes to life as night falls on the waters of our diverse eco-system. Every angler knows that the bite turns on during certain moon phases, such as the full and new moons. Likewise, we've all experienced those slow mid-morning bites during a full or new moon phase trip. This is in part to the fish feeding primarily at night. Anglers for years have known this and thus will target Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Trout and many other species at night using the proven method of fishing dock and bridge lights, which attract predatory species, during the large tidal swings. If you have the desire to fish dock or bridge lights, pole across a moonlit grass flat or work a mangrove shoreline under the light of the moon, then consider booking a night time charter.

For all of our charters we provide the following:

  • All Fishing Licenses and Permits
  • USCG Safety Equipment (PFD's, etc)
  • Connley Custom Fishing Rods with Penn or Shimano Reels
  • Artificial Lures and Terminal Tackle
  • Sage Salt Fly Rods w/ Tibor Fly Reels, Cortland Fly Line
  • First Aid Kit
  • Yeti Coolers loaded with Ice
  • Water and Gatorades

             ** Equipment may vary based on style of Charter  

Based on your desired target species, and to make the best use of your time, we may work from one of the various boat ramps listed below

Boat Ramps

Wabasso Causeway Boat Ramp
 3105 Bridge Road
 Vero Beach, FL 32963

Riverside Park Boat Ramp
 350 Dahlia Lane
Vero Beach, FL 32963

Round Island Park Boat Ramp
 2200 S Highway A1A
 Vero Beach, FL 32963

Stan Blum Boat Ramp
 613 North Causeway Drive
 Fort Pierce, FL 34949