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A Sport Fishing Guide to the Palm Beaches

POSTED ON: JANUARY 16, 2019

A Sport Fishing Guide to the Palm Beaches

With roughly 236 sunny days a year on average, fishing is South Florida is fantastic year-round. As we enter the winter season, inshore catches include pompano, trout and tarpon, while offshore brings in tripletail, wahoo, and sailfish. When you're living in North Palm Beach, surrounded by some of the best fishing in the world, now may be the right time to jump on board. Here are some key things to keep in mind:

A Sport Fishing Guide to the Palm Beaches

Cast Off from a Great Marina

North Palm Beach offers an abundance of top-quality marinas with convenient locations that allow boaters to get out on the water at first light. Some to note are North Palm Beach Marina, Old Port Cove Marina, Seminole Marina and Soverel Harbour Marina. Conveniently located next to Old Port Cove Marina, Water Club North Palm Beach, a luxury waterfront condominium by Kolter, offers it residents direct waterfront access and day docks. For boaters' convenience, Water Club has docking rights at the full-service Old Port Cove Marina.

For non-boat owners there are hundreds of charters that dominate the area that can take you out as shallow or as deep as you want to help you find the biggest catch. North Palm Beach is always willing to cater to a love of fishing.

A Sport Fishing Guide to the Palm Beaches

Big Tournament Competition

The active fisherman of North Palm Beach are more than eager to put their skills to the test with the multitude of fishing competitions in the area. There are hundreds of fishing tournaments held every year, but one of the biggest tournaments is the Anchorage Aweigh Fishing Tournament. Returning for its 14th year, the tournament is open for both adults and juniors. Inshore competitors will have all day to search for sheepshead and snapper, among others, while offshore competitors will look for the largest dolphin and wahoo, among others. When three o'clock arrives, the anglers return back to the Anchorage Park Marina for weigh in, with awards going to the weightiest catch. Competitions and Tournaments are fun for both the spectators and the fishermen. Usually coupled with live music and food, it's exciting to watch the weigh ins, and fun to be surrounded by others who love the sport as much as they do. That's what makes North Palm Beach so special: nearly everyone gets it.

A Sport Fishing Guide to the Palm Beaches

Inshore and Offshore Opportunities

But what allows North Palm Beach such amazing catches? How did this oceanfront city get to be the place where fish come in droves? A quick look at a topographical map would reveal the answer. The town is in the perfect spot for the best big game-you just have to go past the horizon. Intrepid fishing enthusiasts set out from North Palm Beach for deep water and are rewarded with extended struggles against giant sailfish and dorado, among others. Those who stick to the inshore spots can pull snook, mullet, and other great catches. Parks and piers offer great opportunities for inshore fishing. Local fishing enthusiasts will argue over which one is the best – some swear by Simpson's Barge, due to its relative isolation, others claim that they've been able to find all kinds of species swimming around Coral Cove, thanks to its endless spots for fish to hide. One of our favorites is Juno Pier, for being one of the most reliable spots for fishing, drawing in hundreds of catches. Plentiful waters, a community that is dedicated to fishing, and a beautiful waterfront make it a scene that's picture perfect.

North Palm Beach draws in people interested in not just its fishing culture, but also its vibrant shopping, its amazing dining, and its luxury residences. Water Club is the last of its kind, a waterfront location in North Palm Beach -- taking full advantage of the panoramic views of the Intracoastal and the Ocean.

With only a few move-in ready residences left in the first two towers, pre-sales on the final tower, The Encore have begun. The building design of The Encore has evolved into something much more intimate, with only 2 residences per floor, just 30 in total, ranging from 2,315 sq. feet to 2,913 sq. feet. Each residence has been conceived using the latest innovations – wider expanses of glass, new construction materials, and the most current technology for all of the appliances. The Encore adds even more resort amenities, bringing the total to over 80,500 sq. ft. of tropical pools, guest suites, fitness, pickleball, dog parks and more

A Sport Fishing Guide to the Palm Beaches

The Water Club Sales Gallery and model residences are open daily at 2 Water Club Way, North Palm Beach. Call 561.799.2837 to schedule an appointment. Move-in ready residences are priced from $1 million and pre-construction pricing is available on the third and final tower recently released for sale.