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Saturday March 24, 2018

Cocoa Beach Boat Launch is located in Merritt Island adjacent to State Road 528 (exit 52). Ramps are located at at a Brevard County Park called Kelly Park and is conveniently located and easily accessed for all visitors. Anglers will be fishing the Thousand Island, Newfound Harbor areas and much of the North Banana River area near the No-Motor-Zone and snuggled around the Kennedy Space Center and Canaveral Air Force Base.

Kelly Park
2550 N Banana River Drive
Merritt Island, FL

The World Renowned Indian River Lagoon has two prominent boat ramps that Lagooner Fishing Guides launches at. Parrish Park is located on the north side across the IRL of Titusville under the shadow of the 407 bridge. The southern ramp is located at Kennedy Point Park as you enter Titusville on US-1 from the south. Both ramps are easy to find but require a little forethought before you start out.

Kennedy Point Park
4195 South Washington Ave
Titusville, FL
Parrish Park
1A. Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy
Titusville, FL

The Mosquito Lagoon is located in the heart of the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge and Canaveral National Seashore. There's no street address so I've embedded a Google Map for your referrence.

Bairs Cove Boat Ramp
Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge

Freddie Patrick Park
280-298 Jetty Park Rd
Port Canaveral, FL 32920

Christenson's Landing Boat Ramp
5355 US-1
Grant-Valkaria, FL 32949

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Fishing Forecast

March - 2018 Fishing Forecast

The windy month of March on the Banana River can still produce alot of large spotted sea trout and some nicer sized reds than the previous two months. Redfish will start moving around in march in preparation for the upcoming spring months and larger seatrout will be thinking about the spawn as the water temperature rise. Look for a showing of snook to possibly show up in late March and tarpon to start moving into the backwaters on some days. Tarpon will more than likely be present, but will be fickle to eat unless the temperatures are consistant in March.

NOTE: During the month of March you'll want to ask your Captain about cobia fishing as the migration of cobia usually start in March depending on the water temperatures in the ocean. March is a very productive month for almost all fishing.

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