Go fishing on Honeymoon Island#1 Causeway Boulevard, Dunedin , FL 34698
Originally dubbed Hog Island by pioneers, the name changed to Honeymoon Island after a New York developer built 50 palm-thatched bungalows for honeymooners. Although a fair amount of couples now exchange vows on the island, honeymooners have dwindled as beach goers have fallen in love with the many things to enjoy at this local getaway. Flounder, snook, trout, redfish, snapper, whiting, sheepshead, pompano, Spanish mackerel, cobia, ladyfish and tarpon are some of the island's most popular catch Fishing stretches your body and gets your arms and legs moving. And it's a great way to spend time with friends, grand kids, etc. Teaching your son how to throw the perfect cast takes major upper body strength, so don't underestimate fishing's body benefits.