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Boat Ponce Inlet

Posted by Caleb Gardner On May - 5 - 2014

Ponce Inlet in Volusia County, FL, is one of the most beautiful areas of the state. When you boat Ponce Inlet waterways, you’ll find yourself surrounded by incredible wildlife and with easy access to some great area fishing. In fact, Ponce Inlet is lauded has having some of the best ocean fishing in the state.

Avid anglers will love the Blue Marlin found in the Gulf Stream off of the Ponce Inlet coastline. If you have a trolling boat, Ponce Inlet is also home to dolphin, King Mackeral, sailfish, tuna, and wahoo closer to the coastlines. Ponce Inlet waters contain many underwater reefs where red snapper, grouper, Jack Crevalle, and Amberjack are easily found.

If you don’t own a boat or are visiting the area without your boat, be sure to take advantage of the dozens of offshore charter fishing excursion services available in the area. Or, if you’d like to stay on dry land, shore and pier fishing are very popular as well. Nearby Daytona Beach’s Ocean Pier is one popular pier fishing location.

If you will be towing your boat, Ponce Inlet provides many local marinas where you can find overnight dockage, or temporary dockage while you refuel and restock your supplies. The Inlet Harbor Restaurant & Marina is one very popular local spot. With wet and dry storage as well as dockage available, visitors and locals alike enjoy easy access to great food and entertainment as well as a short trip to visit Ponce Inlet’s many local sights.

If you’re looking for a relaxing day out on the water, you’ll want to try a cruise along the ICW. You’ll be able to spot a lot of waterlife, like manatee and dolphin, as well as dozens of species of Florida birds. Feel free to join the party at Disappearing Island by boat, a local sandbar where the locals love to raft up and hang out. Disappearing Island is located close to the Inlet, north of the Coast Guard station and is a sandbar that appears and disappears at the whim of the tides.

Whatever your nautical speed, there is plenty to explore by boat in and around Ponce Inlet and Disappearing Island.

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