Captain Eric Greenstein © 2013 ~ Daytona’s Premier Inshore Saltwater Charter Fishing Guide Service

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Capt. Eric Greenstein

Embark on an All Inclusive Inshore Fishing Adventure

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Frequently asked questions

Where will we be fishing?

We fish the protected inshore waterways in Ormond and Daytona Beach. The shallow marsh of the Tomoka Basin and its endless maze of shallow tributaries. We do not go out into the ocean and typically fish in water 6 feet or less.

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What kind of fish will we be targeting?

We typically target the popular inshore saltwater gamefish.  These fish include Redfish, Trout, Snook, Black Drum, and Tarpon.  Other fish that we commonly catch are Jack Crevalle, Sheepshead, Mangrove Snapper, Ladyfish, Pinfish, Catfish, Pufferfish, Stingray, Lizardfish, Bowfin, Gar, Bass, and more.  

Do we need a license?

No. Captain Eric purchases a group license every year so you don’t have to,  All you need to bring are things to make you comfortable like food, drinks, and sun protection.  Everything fishing related is provided!  


How do I book a trip?

Simply call or text 386-449-9043


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About the Captain

Captain Eric Greenstein is a native to Florida and has spent his entire life fishing in Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach, Flagler, and Ponce Inlet.  Capt. Eric’s professional goal as a fishing guide is to tailor each trip specifically to his clients wants and needs.  He understands that no two people are alike and everyone has their own agenda. Click Here for more information about the Capt.

Looking for something special to do for yourself, your family, or your friends? How about an inshore fishing charter with the #1 rated fishing guide in Ormond Beach, Captain Eric Greenstein. Everything you need is provided. Licenses, fishing gear, bait, tackle, ice, water and more. For those that want to keep a few of the fish they catch, Capt Eric will even fillet them for you at the end of your trip.

2018 is going to be a Great year!