Fish you might catch: Redfish, Trout, Snook, Grouper, Cobia, Spanish Mackeral, King Mackeral, Baracuda, Snapper, Shark, Trippletail, Bluefish, False Albacore, and Sheepshead
Special Structures: Reefs
The habitats of the Gulf of Mexico are very diverse. Florida has seagrasses, oyster reefs, salt marshes, barrier islands, coastal wetlands, reefs, and open water.
These areas provide plants and animals with their basic needs and support hundreds of species that call the Gulf of Mexico home.
The following section will provide information about some of the fish species that you might see along the Florida coastline. These are some of most well-known.
Estuaries and Shallow Waters
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Captain Phil Muldrow
"Native Son Charters"
Captain Steve Kroll
Captain Steve Hart
"Legal Limits" Charters
Captain Robin Williams
Captain Jr. Holland
Robinson Brothers Guide Service
Mexico Beach Florida
Captain Chuck Gilford
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