Halifax River and Ponce Inlet

Here, the Atlantic Ocean and inter-coastal waterway meet. This transition area offers not only redfish, trout, snook, flounder, summertime tarpon, but SHARK also enter into the picture. Sight casting to these hard fighting species on light tackle is a whole another ball game. They are pound-for-pound some of the hardest fighting fish you’ll find. Part of the Atlantic Inter-coastal waterway, the Halifax River is the main inshore body of water in the area.

Here you’ll fish oyster bar points, ledges, under docks and around other structure primarily for redfish and speckled sea trout. Depending on the skill level of the angler, and what the fish are wanting, we’ll use a variety of fishing techniques including artificial baits, cut bait, as well as live bait. Targeting all types of fish from shallow to "deep" well deep for the river. This is not a typical seasonal fishery as each season we are chasing different fish.

Flagler Beach, Tomoka Basin and Ormond Beach

Ormond Beach has its own style of main river shallow fishing targeting multi species per trip from trout, redfish, snapper, drum, flounder, snook and many more. I love this area Late Winter into the end of Spring and Late Summer to the end of Fall.

The Tomoka River feeds into the Tomoka Basin and then the Halifax River, the Tomoka River and it’s basin offer a wide range of fishing opportunities. Here, not only are redfish and trout a possibility, but black drum, tarpon, flounder, and snook are also fish that you’ll target while fishing this area. A particularly great time in this area to target tarpon is from late spring until end of summer.

Flagler Beach and Smith Creek provides a different style of back country fishing targeting redfish, snook, trout, and flounder. This are can be fished with live baits or for the more experienced anglers can use a wide range of artificial baits from top water to fineness jigs. best time of year is winter into late spring.

Lures Only

This is for the advanced fishermen that want to have a tournament style trip only fishing lures. While chasing redfish, snook, tarpon, trout, and flounder. You may pick up a new trick or two. The trip is also great for someone that want to expand and learn different techniques or styles like top-water, swim baits, jigs, spoons, flukes, and others. Don't forget that this trip can be great for beginners that want to get into throwing artificials.  All this in the beautiful waters of Central Florida.  While targeting Redfish, Trout, Snook, Flounder and more.

What I Provide & What to Bring

What I Provide:

Saltwater Fishing license for everyone on board up to 4 pepole, bait, tackle, rods & reels, ice, bottled water, sun screen, as well as fish cleaning. for those that want to target Crappie/Specks and Bass the State of Florida will not allow me to provide a freshwater license. Click Here to get one online

What To Bring:

 Camera, and a hat or cap to protect yourself from the sun. Polarized sunglasses are also very important, particularly for sight fishing. During cooler months a light jacket for early morning and colder days is also wise. If you plan on taking fish home with you, bring a cooler. Also, the balance owed on the trip is due on the day of your trip, so please be prepared to pay with cash, check, or credit card. If you are going out on a guided bass trip and wish to fish with live bait, please be prepared to pay an additional bait cost.

Charter Pricing

Boat Ramp Locations

Port Orange Dunlawton Ramp

Ormond Beach Cassen Park Ramp

High Bridge Ramp

Flagler Beach SR100 Ramp