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kurt68 08-16-2022 03:02 PM

Daytona Beach, Florida fishing
 
Headed there this weekend to move my daughter into the dorms at Embry Riddle Aeronautical College and have a morning to fish. $17 for out of state license I believe. Should I just wade the surf with a spoon and see what bites in the Atlantic?

old shrimper 08-16-2022 03:17 PM

You can do that or they also have a pier. Depending on wind conditions should be a lot of Spanish mackerel in close this time of year

Matt_C 08-16-2022 03:48 PM

The beach will probably be crowded. I would do the pier. It gets you out away from most of the wannabe surfers and folks in the water.

salth2o 08-16-2022 03:57 PM

I'd confirm, but this page says a license isnt required if fishing at the Daytona Pier.

https://www.codb.us/529/Daytona-Beach-Pier


Also, Our Deck Down Under is a great hole in the wall restaurant.

CWendling 08-16-2022 05:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by salth2o (Post 16353335)
I'd confirm, but this page says a license isnt required if fishing at the Daytona Pier.

https://www.codb.us/529/Daytona-Beach-Pier


Also, Our Deck Down Under is a great hole in the wall restaurant.

And a pretty great reggae/house band plays downstairs. One of the places we usually hang out in Daytona for sure. Brickyard Lounge has a great burger. And Cruisin Cafe has some cool memorabilia and a heck of a police/fire patch wall


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