Take a Scroll Below to View our Bait Shops. Later . . . .

under the bridge - moonset at dawn


Big Als Bait Shop

boys and their dad fishing


Boat Dealer & Boats for Sale
Construction - Builders
Construction – Related
Financial Services
Food and Beverage
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Legal Services
Phone Books

North of the Beach Service


If you own and operate a Flagler Beach (only) beachside business and would like to see it listed for free on these Community pages or featured on a weekly rotation as a "Living the Dream" page, contact Sodi.

gar fish

turtle on a log

egret eating bait fish
turtle stuck on the tip of a half submerged log

.... visit One of our Fine Sea Food Bars and Restaurants.

  The Pier Bate Shop


  The fishing pier

  Flagler Beach's boat ramp      

Real Estate
Repairs and Maintenance
Retail – Gifts & Jewelry
Retail - Hardware
Retail - Household
Retail - Miscellaneous
Retail - Sports
Services - Business - Other
Services- City
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Services – Recreation
Spiritual Worship
Title Companies
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Mainland Service


  great blue heron wading in the Intracoastal Waterway

  ship's wheel

  Turtle and cormorant competing for space

  bridge-after afternoon rain

Flagler Beach Fishing

people on the Flagler Beach PierPlease patronize these merchants and service providers for their convenient location.

They, like you and I, on this side of the bridge, share our aesthetic lifestyle and location preferences. We all . . . "Thank You!"

Click below, on the side categories to find the shops, business and services packed into our little Flagler Beachside community.

These listings are provided as a matter of service to our beachside customers and not intended to be recommendations or references for quality of service - for that please check with your friends and neighbors.

Fishing off the Pier

Tide Schedules
for Smith Creek (the Intracoastal Waterway) and the beach (Daytona Sunglow Pier). Also includes sunrise, sunset, moon rise, moon set and height of the tides.

Florida Fish and Wildlife

Right Whale Handbook (will be downloaded)

Fishing and bonding

Bait Shops

Big Al’s Bait and Tackle
N 2nd Street

Flagler Beach Pier Bait & Tackle Shop
215 South Scenic Highway A1A

Boat Mechanics:

J M Marine Service
Moody Boulevard

Marine Mechanics
115 Lehigh Avenue

Sea Note Marine, Inc.
201 S. Flagler Avenue

Boat Charters

Osprey Fishing Charters
Captain Bob Ottlein
386-439-2636 or 386-451-1213

Fish Markets

Fisherman’s Net
500 S. Scenic Highway A1A

Flagler Fish Company
180 S. Daytona Avenue

Yacht Club

Flagler Beach Yacht Club
1524 S. Central Ave
3rd Thursday 6:30 pm

The Boat Ramp is located . . . .

under the high bridge (over the Intracoastal Waterway). It is accessed from the east side of the bridge from route 100, north onto North Flagler Avenue, immediately left onto Moody Boulevard, along the bridge, left into the park at the Intracoastal Waterway.

If you must leave Flagler Beach, there is another boat ramp about 12 miles north of Flagler Beach, on the west side of route A1A at Bings Landing (opposite Malacompra Road).

Or: take route 100 west, over the high bridge, north onto Colbert Lane. Go about five or six miles north and on the east side is Herschel King park with another boat ramp. (Thanks to Linda Kasper for these notes.)

A bad day of fishing is still better than a great day at the computer.

If you own and operate a Flagler Beach business east of the Intracoastal Waterway and would like to see it listed for free on the Community pages or featured on a weekly rotation as a "Living the Dream" page, contact Sodi.

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