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See Why The Palm Beaches Are a Top Destination for Anglers Worldwide

April 28, 2022 | Read Time: 5 minutes

With its close proximity to the Gulfstream waters off Florida’s East Coast, The Palm Beaches are the undisputed epicenter for word-class angling. Sports fishermen from around the globe are drawn to the bountiful Atlantic waters and the Bahamas nearby. Whether it’s flyfishing for bonefish on the Bahamian flats, deep dropping along the continental shelf for tile fish or offshore trolling for big game tuna or billfish, experienced anglers find the perfect homeport in The Palm Beaches.

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The Palm Beaches are a hot spot for some of the most sought-after species and offer a variety of fishing excursions year-round. From kite fishing rigs extended from towering outriggers to electronic deep-drop reels for bottom fishing, every day brings a new adventure for serious anglers. Plentiful local catches include mahi mahi, grouper, tripletail, kingfish, and snapper. For the ultimate thrill, The Palm Beaches are also a part of Sailfish Alley, where record-size sailfish congregate closest to shore. Inshore waters, bridges and local structures attract tarpon, redfish, snook, pompano, and more.

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Top-Rated Events and Tournaments

The Palm Beaches are also well-known for their annual fishing tournaments, bringing the sport’s top fishing teams to the area to compete in high-stakes tournaments for impressive rewards. From November through May, numerous annual Sailfish and Billfish tournaments occur along the east coast, including the Silver Sailfish Derby in January. For those looking to target game species like wahoo, kingfish, and mahi mahi, the KDW Classic in June, the Kingfish Mayhem Pro Series, and more provide plentiful competitions.

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Additionally, the Palm Beach International Boat Show is a favored yearly event, featuring more than $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories. Lining the marinas at Flagler Drive, this event brings hundreds of boats from around the world, including superyachts nearly 300 feet in length.

Intracoastal Waterway Boating Access

The waterways within The Palm Beaches are world-renowned for both their scenic beauty and their connectivity. Two major inlets lead from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway, allowing easy access to any inshore or offshore adventure. Not only is Palm Beach Gardens a destination unto itself, but the area’s prime location puts the city near other world-class locales. Day trips to Fort Lauderdale and The Bahamas are a breeze, just 37 and 55 nautical miles away respectively. The Florida Keys are also a popular weekend destination, with vibrant city life and numerous fishing excursions to explore.

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Waterfront Restaurants Abound

After a long day spent out on the water, The Palm Beaches’ reputation for delectable fine dining is sure to please any discerning palate. Reminisce the day’s activities while watching the sunset over the water at Sailfish Marina, River House, and Seasons 52. Or cruise over to Jupiter’s 1000 North, Love Street, or U-Tiki to enjoy tropical libations while planning the next offshore adventure.

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Underwater and Above Water Adventures

Whether paddle boarding the Intracoastal Waterway or snorkeling offshore, a long list of watersports guarantees plenty of entertainment for visiting family and friends. The area’s warm, clear waters boast one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world, ensuring spectacular diving and spearfishing experiences for any age and skill level. Whether you’re swimming alongside sea turtles or exploring the spectacular coral formations at Peanut Island, Coral Cove Park, and The Breakers, unforgettable moments abound for the entire family. Experienced divers can venture even further to explore Phil Foster Park’s underwater sculptures, and Cable Crossing’s natural coral reefs and caves. The reefs and ocean waters are also popular destinations for spearfishing, including Palm Beach Triangle, Nunns Ledge, and Larsens Valley.

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New Marina-Front Residences Make an Ideal Home Port

Mere minutes to the Palm Beach Inlet, Landing at PGA Waterway provides the rare opportunity for a waterfront homeport, where residents can lease a limited collection of boat slips within their own backyard. Accommodating vessels up to 75 ft. in length, future residents will enjoy an unprecedented waterfront lifestyle, with resort-style amenities, including a 100-foot infinity-edge heated pool, a waterfront private Intracoastal Waterway park, a multi-level Clubhouse, and a myriad of attentive services that ensure luxury at every turn.

From a private entry foyer and insulated glass to multi-zone air conditioning systems and smart home automation, every aspect of these 98 spacious condominium residences has been designed for energy efficiency and convenience. Each ultra-luxe three, four, and five-bedroom residence is designed for optimal enjoyment and entertainment, with soaring floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces providing elevated and unobstructed views of the picturesque Intracoastal Waterway. Landing at PGA Waterway’s residential levels will rise above two floors of parking, where each resident has two dedicated parking spaces with service available for EV rapid car charging stations.

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Residences at Landing at PGA Waterway start at $3.9M with pre-sales to commence June 1st. The project is slated to break ground in the third quarter of 2022. Join the VIP list to stay updated and be included as more information is released. Please visit LandingPGAWaterway.com or call 561-403-1011 for more information.