Florida’s Forgotten Coast Fishing FAQs
Do you have questions about fishing on Florida's Forgotten Coast? We have all the answers you need right here!
Fishing regulations, bag limits and size limits vary greatly depending on the season. For the most up-to-date information, visit the FWC website.
Yes, Florida residents and visitors are required to have a freshwater fishing license or saltwater fishing license when engaged in fishing activities. Click here to find out what qualifies for Florida residency. For more info about licenses, visit the FWC website.
Visit our Tides and Fishing Forecast page for the latest tide info.
Franklin County’s bait and tackle shops have absolutely everything you could possibly need for your angling adventure. Visit our Bait and Tackle Shops page for a full listing.
The Forgotten Coast is home to a number of experienced fresh and saltwater fishing captains. Visit our Guided Fishing page for a full list of local fishing guides!
It’s super easy to get out on the water here in Franklin County. With more than 10 boat ramps stretching from Alligator Point to Apalachicola, you can take your pick of launching points and fishing spots. Visit our Marinas & Boat Launches page for a full listing of Apalachicola boat launches.
Visit our Marinas & Boat Launches page for a full listing of Carrabelle boat launches.
Visit our Marinas & Boat Launches page for a full listing of St. George Island boat launches.
With so many different fishing styles to choose from in Franklin County, it’s impossible to decide which way to fish is the best! Each different way to fish offers its own unique advantages. Whether you prefer fishing from land or on the water, there’s something for every type of angler on the Forgotten Coast. Our area offers everything from guided fishing, boat fishing and shore fishing to pier fishing, paddle fishing and wade fishing. Visit our Ways to Fish page for more details!
Top Photo Credit: Southern Salinity® Guide Service – Capt. Davidson