West Palm Beach, Florida Fishing Overview
Everything You Need to Know About West Palm Beach, Florida Fishing
How is the fishing in West Palm Beach?
Regardless of the time of year, the Palm Beaches are a haven for great fishing on the Atlantic side of Florida.
Sailfish Alley in Palm Beach
If you want to chase trophy sailfish - head out into the gulf stream to the legendary Sailfish Alley, known for tons of great bites. If you aren't feeling the sailfish, the Palm Beach area is also known as a hotbed for dorado, and if the pelagic action isn't your speed you can always hit the reefs for snappers, groupers, and hogfish.
Palm Beach Inshore Fishing
The Palm Beaches area also has plenty of skinny water for you to explore for light tackle trips. Redfish and snook will be here year-round and both provide an awesome fight and great eating.
West Palm Beach Bass Fishing
For freshwater action, any canal nearby will do for peacock bass and the enjoyable clown knife fish, but you can always head to Lake Okeechobee inland for some of the best largemouth bass fishing that Florida (and some might argue the country) has to offer. A seemingly endless supply of big-bellied females make this a prime spot for someone looking to catch the big one.
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