For many visitors to Ponte Vedra Beach, fishing is a fun part of their outdoor experience.
Whether it’s an ocean outing, a quiet excursion to the lake, or combining fishing and a on-water kayak experience, the options in Ponte Vedra Beach will be memorable.

What better way to start a morning than watching the sun come up, standing on the sand in bare feet while waves come in, and casting your line to the perfect spot. This will be an experience you will truly remember from your Ponte Vedra Beach visit.

Try a more relaxing fishing experience by taking in Guana Lake. You can make it a bit more challenging by taking a kayak and choosing the perfect spot anywhere on the lake.

Ponte Vedra area provides anglers with unique coastal experiences. Choose from skiffs, paddleboards or kayaks for inshore charters.

Lake Ponte Vedra is large and generally shallow and is positioned at the north end of the Guana River Wildlife Management Area, just west of Mickler’s Landing.

Launching from this area is dependent on water levels and these can vary, check in advance to confirm that water levels are high enough. The Lake allows anglers to reel in spotted sea trout, redfish and flounder.

Mickler’s Landing is located on the south end of Ponte Vedra Beach and is a beautiful, easy-to-navigate beach. The beach access point provides ample parking, restrooms, showers and a handicapped accessible dune walk-over.

Surf fishermen pulling in some impressive catches share the beach with seashell and shark teeth hunters.