Florida Fishing Licenses & Resources
Florida residents and visitors are required to possess a Florida fishing license when engaging in fishing activities. A license is required to attempt to take fish and any native or nonnative marine organisms, such as crabs, lobsters and marine plants. Certain individuals are exempt from holding a license including, including youth under 16 years of age and Florida resident seniors ager 65 or older with proof of age. A full list of those exempt can be found on the Florida Fish Wildlife Conservation Commission website. Anglers fishing aboard licensed charter boats do not need a fishing license—the captain’s charter includes licensing for all fishermen aboard the vessel.
Mexico Beach Boat Slips And Boat Ramp
Mexico Beach is very boater friendly! The City Boat Ramp features three spacious concrete launch bays, generous docking space, and quick access to the Gulf of Mexico. The parking area offers ample parking. The Mexico Beach Boat Ramp is located a half mile west of the Highway 98 bridge. Its GPS coordinates are: N 29 57.223′ W 85 25.503′.
The City of Mexico Beach has a variety of boat slips available to meet your needs while vacationing. Slips are located adjacent to Canal Park on the Gulf side of Canal Parkway.
Make your Mexico Beach fishing trip safe, fun and productive with these online handy guides to saltwater fishing in Florida’s Gulf of Mexico.