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Fishing offshore out of Daytona, Ponce inlet Florida

Daytona, Ponce inlet Florida is one of the best places in Florida to Fish offshore in Florida… I love fishing out of Ponce Inlet.



TROLLING for Dolphin, Kings, Wahoo, Sailfish, out of Daytona, Ponce inlet Florida…

If you want to get on the troll, and try trolling for some Dolphin, Kings, Wahoo, Sailfish, you might want to look for several factors to come together. You know where the bottom structure is, so head out to proven fishing grounds and then try to add the other elements, temperature breaks, bait, weed, rips and floatsom.


One of my favorite areas is called the Rolldown… it is out about 68 mile NW and produces a lot of large game fish.


If you put several of these factors together, you should find some action. It is a little bit of a run to get to good fishing grounds but worth the drive.






















BOTTOM Fishing the Reefs Daytona, Ponce inlet Florida…

There is plenty of species of fish on the reefs out of Daytona, Ponce inlet, areas like the Party grounds, East Eleven, Ten Fathoms, 16 Fathoms, 27 Fathoms,  The Mound, Steeples, Turtle Mound, Half North, Inside Eleven, East Ridge, Mango Hole, Long John, Red Snapper Sink, and Plenty of Artificial reefs that hold some nice fish… But I like the natural Reefs better… Especially the deeper ones…


There are a couple of good offshore maps you can but, but my Favorite is map is posted on our clubs forum…


If you would like to learn how to fish Florida, you owe it to yourself to check out ShrimpNFishFlorida™’s free online forum.

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