Schedule and Rates
Inland Fishing Charter Schedules & Rates
Enjoy the beautiful lagoon in the area as we make our way to our fishing destination.
Most of our charters last for approximately 5 hours. We usually begin our trips in the early morning.
Inland Fishing Charter boat is licensed for 4 passengers but if there are more in your party please give us a call on 386-527-6561 and we will be happy to arrange for extra boats with quality licensed captains to charter your party together.
You will be supplied with all the fishing equipment you will need including bait and safety equipment. When booking your charter please mention any children or young adults.
All you need to bring with you are sunglasses, headgear protection, sun skin protection, towels, and refreshments for everyone. Everything else will be supplied by Inland Fishing Charter.
We are situated about an hour's drive from Orlando and Disney World so if you would like a day away from the theme parks this may be just the thing for you. We normally launch from Riverbreeze Park in Volusia County
Our Daily Rates Are As Follows.
|1- person - 5 hours||$400.00|
|2 - people - 5 hours||$450.00|
|3 - people - 5 hours||$500.00|
|4 - people - 5 hours||$550.00|
Inland Fishing Charter will take you there to fish and enjoy Mosquito Lagoon. Captain John is available to talk to you personally about your proposed trip. Call or Contact Us using the form provided.
Captain John Frazier usually launches from Volusia County's Riverbreeze Park. It's the closest launch for access to the dozens of islands that fill the waterway from Oak Hill northward to the New Smyrna Beach Causeway and beyond.Riverbreeze Park is in Volusia County and to reach it you would drive north on US 1, two miles from the yellow caution light in Oak Hill.
Look for a brown sign identifying the park. Go east to the park entrance on the left.
Canaveral National Seashore
The boat ramp immediately past the north entrance of Canaveral National Seashore is another great place from which to launch into Mosquito Lagoon. To reach the north entrance of Canaveral National Seashore take SR 44 east to A1A from the I-95 or US1 in New Smyrna Beach. Go south approximately seven miles on A1A.
An area of abundant fish and wildlife ....
We are sure that you will enjoy the trip and catch plenty of fish. The waters are clear and shallow and when you look down you may see horseshoe crabs, redfish, mullet, and stingrays. The deeper waters between the boat launch and Shipyard Island are a good place to see manatees and bottle-nosed dolphins. It really is a wonderful place to fish.