Indian River Lagoon Redfish
This father-daughter teamed up to battle redfish on the Indian River Lagoon during the mid-july
heat. If you are planning a summer vacation for your family
in Central Florida, don't hesitate to come
over and spend a day cooling off in the Lagoon with Florida
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The IRL or Indian River Lagoon is a long natural estuary that is snuggled between Florida's
East Coast barrier islands and the mainland from Daytona
Beach to Biscayne Bay, Miami. The IRC is actually a part
of the ICW (Intercoastal Waterway)
which runs along the whole eastern seaboard of the United
States, Including the Chesapeake Bay and
even parts of Maine.
Florida's Intracoastal Waterway changes
names from the Indian River Lagoon to Lake
Worth in Palm Beach and on the
eastern shores of Merritt Island and Kennedy
Space Center the Lagoon changes identities again
and becomes the Banana River Lagoon.
The Indian "River" Lagoon is actually an incorrect
term for the body of water as it is NOT a river but a bonifide
lagoon. Inlets fill the Indian River Lagoon up with tidal
flow and depending where you are, change directions on either
biurnal or diurnal tides. Sebastian
Inlet's tides change approximatley ever 6 hours
and 15 minutes from incoming to outgoing. These tides can
flow from four to twelve knots depending upon conditions
and can be a magnet for Florida sport fish.
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