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Inshore vs offshore, what’s the difference?

Updated: May 26, 2022

Offshore fishing or “deep sea” fishing, goes beyond thirty meters deep, by most definitions, and includes a wide range of deep sea fishing activities. Meanwhile, Inshore fishing, also known as “bay fishing,” largely refers to just about anything else, such as fishing near the coast or in an inlet from a boat


When fishing inshore, you are able to cast your line more frequently which means catching more fish – always try to beat your personal best! Typically, inshore fishing targets smaller fish while offshore fishing targets those bigger “trophy” catches.

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Snapper and sharks (such as blacktip sharks) are common; however, larger gamefish like Tuna are typically “offshore” fishing game. Varies depending on the time of year, but potentially includes sharks and game fish.



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