Canoe Fishing Orlando
I own two canoes, a 16 foot Old Town Camper and a 17 foot Dagger Reflection. Both are functional, well designed vessels. Either will accommodate one angler and the guide. While the canoe is harder to paddle than a kayak, and it moves more slowly, it does offer a couple of advantages:
-It is possible to stand up while fishing from the canoe, provided you are reasonably coordinated.
-I am in the boat with you to coach you. I will be standing and poling while you fish.
I offer fishing trips by canoe into the no motor area of the Banana River Lagoon and into the north end of the Mosquito Lagoon. Fishing from a hand powered boat offers an aesthetic that a motor skiff cannot match.
Fishing the no motor zone is a long physical day. It's a big piece of water. Besides exercise, the reward (if it's good) is that there are lots of big redfish and seatrout, along with black drum, snook, and tarpon in season. Total paddling distance could exceed 12 miles.
The north end of Mosquito Lagoon offers lots of slot sized reds and some trout in a much smaller, more intimate environment. Total paddling distance will be about five miles.
Anglers fishing from a hand powered boat must sign a liability release form. During the winter months you will need to wear waders!
I love my canoes!
Book your trip today! 407.977.5207