"Hopping aboard a Port St. Lucie fishing charter will put give you the chance to explore the St. Lucie River, as well as the variety of inlets, creeks, and lakes – and the mighty Atlantic is just a stone’s throw away!" The Fishing Booker/PSL
If you're in the Florida panhandle, you can send Dad venturing into Gulf waters for an outstanding fishing adventure. From Pensacola, Florida to Gulf Shores, Alabama the coast stretches nearly 40 miles and you can't throw a Father's Day necktie without hitting a fishing charter provider. Once again, the Fishing Booker website folks have compiled a summary of charter companies from which to choose. Or if you're in the area, just ask around for a referral.
For information on new Holiday Builders homes in the Florida Panhandle, click here."We’ll start inshore, where a couple of hours can sometimes be enough to get you filling the boat. Bull Redfish and Gator (Spotted Sea) Trout promise to put up a fight, while Sheepshead and Flounder will make for delicious rewards. Come in summer and you can battle it out with a Tarpon, or go after Mackerel and Pompano by the mouth of the bay.When Red Snapper season hits, however, all attention shifts to the reefs. The action is good all summer, and you’ll want to spend 6–8 hours on the water getting your fish on. Go after these prized creatures along with other Snapper species, Groupers, Cobia, Amberjack, and Triggerfish, and head home with plenty of meat to feast on." The Fishing Booker/Pensacola