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Monday April 24, 2017

Gator Trout Alert!

If you've ever wanted to catch large sea trout the time to do that is NOW! Large trout are flourishing in the shallow water flats in the Mosquito Lagoon and can be found actively feeding. "It's a total Artificial Bite and these usually wary fish are biting hard almost all day long," explains Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides.

Posted on Sunday March 19, 2017

Redfish & Trout Continue to Bite

Although the cold fronts have been few and far between the ongoing bite for redfish and trout has been solid. Look for weedless artificials to be some of the most popular and effective lures in the shallowest parts of the lagoon.

Large sea trout are common for anglers that can make probing cast into deeper pockets in the sea grass.

Posted on Thursday February 09, 2017

Black Drum off the Beaches

Indian Summers in Florida produce some spectacular fishing along the coastlines, both inshore and offshore of Cocoa Beach, east of Orlando.  The large drum have been spawning in large numbers along the beaches.
Cocoa Beach Black Drum
Captain Gina with Her Personal Black Drum Record
Mekenzie with a monster 75 pound Black Drum
Black Drum on the Beach
The Captain with respectable sized Black Drum.

Posted on Saturday February 04, 2017

Central Florida Daily Fishing Reports

Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: February 26 2017 22:50:20.

Published by: Captain of Lagooner Fishing Guides©

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April - 2017 Fishing Forecast

April flowers and spring fishing have taken over the Banana River Lagoon during and this month is a smorgasborg of fishing for anglers as the water temperatures are rising and spring is in the air. Look for the Banana River to produce some very nice Sea Trout and great redfish as both species are starting to move away from the deeper winter haunts and into the flats near sandbars and islands. Snook may be a great challenge for anglers that can cast accuratley against mangroves and docks.

NOTE: Cobia and Dorado are good opportunities for anglers during the this time of year in the offshore waters near the Banana River Lagoon.

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