Inshore fishing is either saltwater fishing that's done from or near the shore, or freshwater fishing as opposed to saltwater fishingView 326 listings
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About Inshore Fishing
Inshore fishing, simply put, is the opposite of “offshore fishing”. While offshore fishing requires a seafaring vessel that may withstand a sudden storm, inshore fishing often refers to fishing the sea not far from the shore, where waters are relatively shallow and you can access your fishing spot from the coast, or using a smaller boat. Alternatively, inshore fishing may mean fishing in inland bodies of water (rivers, lakes, creeks, ponds), as opposed to fishing in the sea.