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Monday August 21, 2017

Red Dawn on the Mosquito Lagoon

Early mornings have been the trick to getting redfish on the shallow water grass flats.  Tailing schools of all sizes have been making their appearances almost anywhere you stop and concentrate.

Most anglers practice catch and release but some choose to keep a couple for the dinner table.  

The key to summertime fishing in Florida is go early and be the first one on the spot.


Both artificial and natural bait are productive but generally the bigger fish like natural baits as the seem more educated.


Posted on Thursday July 20, 2017

Spring Snook at Sebastian

Spring and Early Summer Snook Bite

Inshore and Inlet fishing for Sebastian and Indian River Snook is about as good as it gets when the tides and winds cooperate.  You can expect a mixed bag of redfish, gator trout and some mighty nice sized snook both in the inshore waters of the Indian River Lagoon and the tidal areas inside Sebastian Inlet.
Sebastian Inlet Snook Fishing

Giant Gator Trout


Posted on Friday April 28, 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

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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Fishing Forecast

August - 2017 Fishing Forecast

August is another hot month on the Banana River Lagoon for temperatures but not as good for fishing. Look to the ocean out of Port Canaveral to be more productive or try some fishing down at Sebastian are during the hottest summer months. Redfish can move into the deeper flat regions of the Banana River during the later part of August in preparation of the spawn in September, but these will be the larger redfish and not the slot size that many enjoy for a meal. Look for next month to be a better month for the Banana River and then into the early winter it will even get better. If you're really looking to fish on the Banana River set up a half day evening trip or an early morning pre-dawn trip for snook and reds.

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