Saltwater Fishing Charters by Lagooner Fishing Guides
Fishing Information for Guides and Anglers
Florida Saltwater Fishing Regulations, Fishing License, Fishing Guides and Photographs
Friday October 20, 2017
Obtaining information about fishing locations to fishing Charter Captains and Inshore Guides is rather difficult on the internet and can be frustrating when you're planning a vacation to Cocoa Beach or Orlando, Florida. We strive to give you accurate and informative content about what kind of fishing we do in East Central Florida's Space Coast which extends from Daytona Beach and southward to Sebastian and onward to Vero Beach.
Mosquito Lagoon and Sebastian Inlet are a sportsman's mecca and fishing paradise that has saltwater anglers and fishing guides Specialize in light tackle and fly fishing techniques. We also offer a variety of big game, pelagic or deep sea fishing charters to add flavor to our services from Port Canaveral that includes bottom fishing for varieties of snapper and grouper or trolling for king mackerel, mahi-mahi, billfish and wahoo.
Booking or Setting Up A Fishing Trip
Booking or Setting Up A Fishing Trip
Fishing Charter Packages and Bookings - There are three methods for arranging a fishing charter trip with Lagooner Fishing Guides. The first is simply making a telephone call and talking to either Captain Gina or Captain Richard at (321) 868-4953. Secondly you can fill out the request form on each of our web pages. (there's one on this page). Thirdly you can go to our [Fishing Charter Packages page] and register there. Any way you choose to contact us we promise to be prompt and assist you with a your fishing charter and vacation needs on Florida's Space Coast east of Orlando Florida.
Fishing Photographs and Trips - You'll find plenty of recent photographs and fishing trip pictures from Mosquito Lagoon, Sebastian Inlet, Cocoa Beach and Port Canaveral with Lagooner Captains and their anglers.
How Many Anglers per Boat or Fishing Trip
How Many Anglers On Each Charter Fishing Vessel - Each water craft that Lagooner owns and operates is provided by Action Craft the maker of High Performance Fishing Machines. With that in mind, you should carefully consider what kind of fishing trip you desire for you and/or your family or friends. Carefully read on about how to make your fishing experience in Florida better and more productive.
Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report
Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Monthly updates on the Mosquito Lagoon and it's surrounding waterways including the Indian River. Read what Captain Richards been catching and doing on Florida's Unique Saltwater estuary with redfish and other Mosquito Lagoon species.
Where to Meet Your Fishing Guide and What to Bring
Where Do I Meet My Guide? What do I bring? - Trips usually begin at a boat ramp, dock or marina. Click here to get instructions to some of our most popular pick-up points or ports of leave on the Space Coast from Titusville near Mosquito Lagoon to Sebastian near Melbourne and it's surrounding suburbs Grant and Micco.
Florida Fish Species Database
What kind of sport fish are there in Florida? - We have the answers for all the major inshore and offshore species that you can find in on Florida's central east coast. We've included detailed information with photographs and illustrations.
Cocoa Beach Fishing Information
Cocoa Beach Fishing Information - Cocoa Beach lodging and restaurants including boat ramp information and tackle stores. Find out about how and where to get bait and where the local fishing guides are getting the big ones.
Florida Fishing License Information
Florida Fishing License - Lagooner fishing guides provide a saltwater fishing license with a snook stamp for all anglers on board. But if you want to purchase your own license for personal use please take a peek at the prices.
Florida Fishing Regulations
Florida Fishing Regulations - Find out your fishing limits in the state of Florida. Bag limits, slot limits and maximum size. Should I measure from the fork of the tail or the end of the tail? You'll find it all here courtesay of the Florida Wildlife commission and authorities.
Florida East Coast Ship Wrecks
Shipwrecks-We are putting together a little information about some of the local shipwrecks around the Cape Canaveral area. Bottom fisherman depend on wrecks, rocks and ledges to hold grouper, snapper and other entice fish species. Knowing about the wrecks and their history is an added bonus for our anglers.
Fishing Information in Florida
Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: May 16 2017 20:26:48.
Published by: Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides©
October - 2017 Fishing Report
The summer is over and the autumn winds are starting to prevail as we head toward the holidays and winter. With water temperatures on the fall and water levels above average you can find good numbers of fish very close to the shoreline and against the mangroves. Mullet are in their peak run and will start to subside as we enter November, but bait, comfort and the end of the redfish spawn should keep anglers busy during the month of October. Lie mullet will trump any given bait during the fall on most days and if you're lucky enough to run into a school of big breeding redfish, it typically doesn't matter what you throw at them, just be ready for these fish that often exceed forty pounds.
Wrapping up the October report, we have been catching snook along the deeper shorelines with the seasonally high water, breeding redfish are coming to an end, but you have a chance to catch them and the fall mullet fun will keep the gamefish interesting into November.
October - 2017 Fishing Forecast
The frost is on the pumpkin, but not in Central Florida's Banana River Lagoon during October. The Halloween month can be the first we really start feeling cooler temperatures and the fish seem to get frisky and are hungry during this fall month. Although we concentrate further south for snook during October, it's starting to really get good in the Banana River as bait from the fall mullet run are around and there's plenty of action for almost every species from snook to sea trout. Sea trout in the evenings can be fantastic or early in the morning when the sun is not fully out. Redfish and tarpon will be around the whole day for anglers to enjoy. Look for the Banana to get better and better during the coming weeks and months as winter makes itself known.
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Inshore and Offshore Charter Fishing near Orlando and Cocoa Beach, Florida. Catch redfish, sea trout, tarpon, snook and many other saltwater gamefish aboard the world famous Lagooner flats fishing boat with renowned Captain Richard Bradley.
We had an awesome day of fishing with Captain Richard! Regardless of your fishing ability....Richard will get you on fish and make sure that everyone has a great day! He is professional, courteous and funny! We caught fish even though boats around us were struggling and we had a fantastic time! I would highly recommend fishing with Richard!
Written by: Troy McQuagge about Lagooner Fishing Charters on January 20, 2015
5 / 5 stars