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COCOA BEACH Fishing
In Cocoa Beach Fisihing is a way of life. There are so many differert types of fishing that Fishing in Cocoa Beach is a fisherman's dream. Redfish, Snapper, Grouper,snook, yellow tail snappers, Tarpon, Sea Trout and many more types of fish can be caught near Cocoa Beach. Much of the fishing areas in Brevard County, where Cocoa Beach is located, is protected. This makes the local fish populations healthy. There are still plenty of places to fish and plenty of fish to be caught in Cocoa Beach.
Cocoa Beach Pier
The Cocoa Beach Pier is the easiest choice for visitors wanting to fish. On any given day people will be at the end of it casting out. Visitors do not have to worry about brining their gear either as pretty much anything a fisherman needs can be rented or purchased on the pier. No fishing license is required for fishing off the pier either. The Cocoa Beach fishing pier lets visitors and locals fish without even getting wet and without the need to rent a boat.
For many people fishing means being out in the ocean and the ability to catch big fish ocean fish.
Banana River and Cocoa Beach's Thousand Islands
Freshwater fish can be caught in the beautiful Banana River Lagoon and the Mosquito Lagoon, part of florida's Intracoastal Waterway. Mangroves line the shores of the Thousand Islands, just off of Cocoa Beach. Fishing guides take visitors down the rive or rent a canoe or kayack and a pole and explore the area. World Record sized redfish and Sea Trout have been found in these areas in this shallow water.