Fish Daytona© is a local internet television program about fishing the greater Daytona Beach area. The show is dedicated to all fishing fanatics who love to fish the east-central coastal salty waters of Florida and want to learn techniques, share information and enjoy the comradeship amongst other anglers. Location shoots include: the Atlantic Ocean, Ponce de Leon Inlet, Intra Coastal Waterway, plus Docks, Piers and Bridges along the Halifax River and area creeks.
The Show is hosted by longtime area Captains who’ve been fishing the waters of Volusia for decades, such as Captain David McGaha, Captain Rick and many other local fishing professionals and enthusiasts.
Since premiering in 2008, the web series has gained recognition as a highly qualified informational entertainment TV show only available on high speed internet. That's right - Internet TV! We understand this allows fans to watch programming anytime, at their leisure & frankly we think its way cooler than regular television. Viewers can watch Fish Daytona streaming 10-20 minutes video segments at www.FishDaytona.com. The audience will be engaged with helpful fishing tips & useful techniques combined with shared experiences, instruction from on-camera talented anglers, plus learn environmental information all while exploring natural beauty of our local salt waters.
According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, Florida is the “Fishing Capital of the World”, and the Sunshine State brings in over $7.5 billion annually supporting more than 75,000 jobs. With nearly 3.7 million residents and visitors who fish Florida’s waters every year, fishing is an integral part of the state’s economy. Fish Daytona understands the great need to appeal to both locals and the tourism industry! Season 3 shares enthusiastic goals with local fishing related businesses.
Fish Daytona endorses recreational fishing as a wholesome way for families to enjoy the outdoors.
Fish Daytona supports children education by introducing kids who’ve never fished
Fish Daytona illustrates to locals and tourists, the natural beauty of our waterways and beaches.