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Daytona Inshore Fishing Charter
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Daytona Inshore Fishing Charter

Go fishish in the calm waters of the Halifax River on a private fishing charter from Daytona Beach. Go fishing on inshore waterways with a variety of species including the redfish, a local favorite. Bring up to four people on a trip that lasts for your choice of 4-8 hours. The tour is suitable for all levels of experience, and fishing license and gear is provided.
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martypaul1946 wrote a review Mar 2020
Cary Illinois56 contributions17 helpful votes
A nice family oriented marine center. we did get to feed the rays and touch them the staff were very informative and friendly. this would be a good choice for young kids to see and school groups the fee was $4 there is a hospital for the marine life that you can see.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Ralphcos wrote a review Mar 2020
Crossville, Tennessee25 contributions5 helpful votes
The Marine Science Center is actually intake facility for hurt, sick, or lost marine life. While I was there the staff was helping a sick turtle. It was fascinating to watch how they were helping this helpless turtle. They also had manta rays that you can pet. It was an eye opening experience.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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taunja g wrote a review Mar 2020
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We had both Teenagers and youngsters. This is a small place but we enjoyed ourselves. The hospital was an amazing area to learn. We were told by one of the volunteers that the lower the water, the sicker the animal or reptile in the case that we saw. The kids enjoyed touching the stingrays and seeing the turtles!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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NorthStar624739 wrote a review Mar 2020
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Extremely small but very interesting. Don't expect to spend a long time but you will enjoy your time here. It was very interesting being able to see the turtle hospital and the enclosure they keep recovering sea turtles in. Very small ray touch tank that was extremely crowded but as we've done much larger touch tanks we were not disappointed. Adults were very nice about letting the kids get up front. Something that doesn't happen often at large aquarium touch tanks.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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BuffaloGryde wrote a review Feb 2020
Buffalo629 contributions141 helpful votes
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This little gem is a rehab stop for many of the injured sea turtles and birds that are found along the coast. You can see many of them on display in the tanks outback. There is also a large room full of all types of fish, turtles and more on display. Our kids favorite, of course, was the Touch Tank in the center of the room. There is a room full of snakes and gator displays and a movie about the lives and travels of sea turtles, which is very interesting. On the other side of the property is the rehab area for the injured birds. All types are on display from Gulls to Eagles. Wonderful place to spend a few hours with nature !
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Date of experience: February 2020
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