Fishing in the Waters of South Florida

If you’ve been to South Florida, chances are you were near some body of water. The ocean, lakes, and inlets are everywhere you turn. Florida is populated by many older, retired folks with a ton of time on their hands looking for enjoyable and relaxing hobbies to take up. As you can imagine, these two factors alone are enough to mean that there a lots of older fishermen and women in Florida reeling in the fresh catch of the day. Along with hobbyists in the area, South Florida also has many seafood restaurants that catch their food the day before serving. This is a different type of fishing but gets the same result. A tasty snack and a day spent out on the water. If you’re wondering what types of fish are out there, keep looking.

Lobster

Lobster is one of the most desired animals to catch in Florida because of its delicious taste and diversity.

Oysters

As a fellow oyster lover, I love seeing these things shucked on the menu. Many times I have tried my hand at shucking my own oysters, but every time I end the task frustrated and ready to make my way to a restaurant. Crustaceans are more than raved about down here, so if you don’t like oysters, don’t tell anybody!

Yellowtail

The best fish in the world? Yep, it is yellowtail. Yellowtail is a beautiful fish that goes very well in ceviche, sashimi, and sushi because you can really appreciate it in its raw form, unlike most other fish variations!

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