The Everglades National Park is home to around 300 different species of both saltwater and freshwater fishes. It has a numerous supply of redfish, black drum, tripletail, pompano, and many others. Around a million people visit this area every year and regardless of your preference, the Everglades National Park can host fishing for beginners up to those who have made fishing as their hobby.
The area is divided into two sections – the outside and the inside. The outside, often called the gulf side, is composed of a lot of mangroves, flats, and shorelines. The Everglades is known to have the most mangroves in the western hemisphere. Aside from that, because of the many mangroves, inclement weather is subdued since they cover up those who are fishing in the area. They also help in reducing shadows so that snooks are easier to find.
On the other hand, the inside gives a more jungle-like atmosphere as compared to the outside. The Everglades National Park is actually more popular for its inside landscape. This is also where freshwater catches are more dominant.
But regardless of where you fish and what time of the year you go there, rest assured that you will not leave the place empty-handed. There are a number of islands that protect you from any kind of weather and there are hundreds of fish species that you will come across. The most popular are the redfish, snook, and tarpon.