Come and Join us as we fish in the World Famous Mosquito Lagoon, known as the red fish capital of the world! You too may have the opportunity to catch a fish of your lifetime as our crew have.
Fishing in one of the most biodiverse estuaries in the Northern Hemisphere is an exciting way to spend a half or full day while visiting the Cocoa Beach area. Enjoy our exciting guided fishing tours onboard The Opa. Designed to be a fishing vessel, it’s been outfitted with rods, reels, and proper tackle to catch many different kinds of saltwater fish found in the Indian River Lagoon.
Our crew will guide you to the best fishing spots in the river. Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned pro, you’re sure to catch fish or have a great time trying. We’ll show our beginners how to cast, bait your hook and even remove your fish from the hook, but not before you get some fish selfies. No fishing license, no worries. Our license has you and your entire crew covered.
Fishing with our crew, we’ll ensure your junior anglers receive a crash course and are ready to bend their rods and reel in their catch. You’ll be fishing for snook, redfish, sea trout, tarpon, sheepshead, flounder, and more during our guided fishing tour experience.
If you’re not a fisherman, but the rest of your crew is, sit back, relax, and enjoy the amazing one-of-a-kind sights and sounds of the Indian River Lagoon. Snowy white egrets, great blue herons, kingfishers, and osprey will enthrall you with their majestic beauty and ability. Book your Fishing Tour trip today and spend the day fishing in one of Florida’s most diverse and vibrant waterways.
*Extended fishing trips are available.
*Wheel Chair Accessibility
10% OFF for Seniors 65 and Over & Active Military
All tours depart from Kelly Park.
Length: Half Day or Full Day
Max: 6 people
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Schedule: Seasonal/Call for availability
Included: Cooler, Ice, Water, Bait, Tackle, Fishing License
Boat Type: Pontoon
Family Friendly: Yes (not suitable for children under 5)
Join us to hear a Black Drum croak or watch a Puffer Fish blow up before your very eyes