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Florida Winter Fishing Tips

It’s December again and so is winter fishing in Florida. As known by many Florida, is one of the best fishing grounds around the east coast. Besides its thousands of miles of scenic beautiful beaches and an unlimited supply of game, there are a lot of experienced charter companies willing to give their fishing services for the fishing experience of a lifetime in Florida.

We, at Hate 2 Lose Sport Fishing Charter knows and understand our client’s needs, that is why we prepared these fishing tips to help you fulfill your fishing passion or to let you experience your first fishing charter trip in Stuart, Florida.  

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Hate 2 Lose Sport Fishing Charters, Stuart Florida’s Premier Fishing Charter offers one of the most exciting outdoor adventure experience – Deep Sea Fishing Charter Trips. With our years of experience both inshore & offshore fishing, the captain with 30 years of fishing knowledge and skills, and with complete fishing equipment and gear, we can provide the fishing experience that you longed for.    

Tip No. 1: Lookout for Cold Fronts

First and foremost, the most vital factor to consider is the weather conditions. Florida cold fronts during the winter season come one after the other and fishes are inactive on those cold waters. Once the front’s storm and windy weather lower down, fishes become active and the perfect time to catch them before the next cold front comes through.

Tip No. 2: Look for the Perfect Spot

Use the internet to get your specific target where to go. The Department of Natural Resources or Wildlife and Fisheries websites offer information about fishes, time of the year, and best angling for certain species.

Tip No. 3: Target Deep Holes and Shallow Flats

If you are fishing on open waters, deep holes and shallow flats are the warmest spots. Looking for them will find a school of fishes in no time. You can use a depth finder in searching for these spots.

Tip No. 4: Track the Flow

Fish feeding grounds depends on currents. Study the current and observe fish activities. Usually fish swim on the down tides and on the wind side that has a current sweeping across it.

Tip No. 5: Start fishing Later in the Day

As compared during warmer months in Florida, the best time to fish is the earliest part of the day. However, for winter months it is commendable to start fishing at mid-day to have an active fishing experience.

Tip No. 6: Patience

Basically in fishing, patience is the most important attitude and still the essential key to achieving your fishing target. Most fish ignore baits for some time, and unknowingly, they just started to feed. If nothing happens try to move to another area, but come back a few times. Sometimes factors like water temperature or barometric pressure are to be considered.

Where can I fish in Florida?

Florida is popularly known as one of the world’s finest and most diverse fishing areas. We’ve hand-picked some of our favorite fishing spots to help you decide which place to check out:

What can I fish in December in Florida?

Below are several types of fish in Florida every December ranging from game fish to saltwater fishes:

Game Fishes:

Saltwater Fishes:

If you are planning to spot on for saltwater fishes for your winter fishing trip in Florida, below are some different types of saltwater fishes:

Contact Stuart, FL Fishing Charter

Whether you are an experienced fishing enthusiast who longs for more adventure or a newbie in fishing, Hate 2 Lose Sport Fishing Charter can help you with your fishing passion or first-time experience to test the famous waters of the Florida coast, both in-shore or off-shore.    

If you are planning to go fishing at Stuart, Florida for your Charter Experience, we can provide all the necessary fishing needs and services for you. You can check out our boat for a tour, meet our captain and find out more about our fishing charters packages at Stuart, Florida.

Contact Hate 2 Lose Sport Fishing Charter at 772-214-1889, or you can book online in advance so we can schedule your fishing trip in no time.

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