Saltwater Fishing Charters by Lagooner Fishing Guides
Cocoa Beach Sea Trout Fishing Charter
Thursday June 29, 2017
Want to go fishing in Cocoa Beach, Florida? It's always a good time being outdoors and getting to go fishing is a great activity for all ages men and women, boys and grils a like. Please call Captain Gina at Lagooner Fishing Guides to set up your exciting fishing adventure in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Trout fishing can be a fun time of fishing while enjoying the Florida Sunshine and water during almost any time of the year. This young lady caught her trophy trout during her Spring Break with her dad. Florida's Space Coast brags some of the World's Best Sea Trout Fishing and you should take advantage of your time while visiting Central Florida and it's theme parks.
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Florida Trout Regulations
Not less than 15" or more than 20" (statewide) except one fish over 20" per person. 4 per harvester per day South Region 5 per harvester per day N.E. and N.W. Regions.
Season Closure: Nov. & Dec. S. Region / Feb. N.E. and N.W.
Florida Trout Record
15lb., 6 ozs.
Trout Links & Information
Seatrout are often referred to as gator trout when they are large (over 6 pounds). Lagooner charters specialize in finding and catching large seatrout in shallow water areas. Here are some facts about these gamefish:
Matures during first or second year and spawns INSHORE from March through November; often in association with seagrass beds; lives mainly in estuaries and moves only short distances; adults feed mainly on shrimp and small fish.
Some Trout Pictures:
Sebastian Inlet Gator Trout
Girl with Stringer of Trout
Seatrout On Fly
Banana River Trout
Indian River Gator Trout
Stringer of Big Seatrout
Florida Sea Trout
Mosquito Lagoon Sea Trout
Banana River Sea Trout
Gator Trout in the Banana Lagoon
Trout Fishing in Cocoa Beach
Date Created 2003-09-16: Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley, Last modified: January 26 2016 14:41:16.
Published by: Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides©
June - 2017 Fishing Report
June - 2017 Fishing Forecast
Forecasting the Banana River in the month of June is challenging as the water temperatures rise the bite tends to go down so that's why you'll find many anglers pursuing other places like Port Canaveral or Sebastian Inlet area where there's tidal flow and water exchange. The Banana is a unique estuary because of it's distance from any open ocean inlets and bays. Because of this it's important to realize that the temps can often get into the mid 80's and higher causing the fish to be less receptive to feeding and more likely to seek cooler places under docks or simply migrate into more comfortable waters.
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Lagooner Fishing Guides Review / Facebook
Inshore Charter Fishing in the Banana River Lagoon near 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.
Captain Richard was great company on the boat. He's a blast to hang out with and will glady joke around with everyone. When it came to the fishing it was a tough day to start but we were able to find a school of drummer fish. He was able to spot a school of fish from his boat which was pretty cool. We caught a good 20-25 lb black drumfish which made the whole trip worth it. For sure recommend captain Richard.
Written by: Sam Teitelbaum about Lagooner Fishing Charters on January 22, 2015
5 / 5 stars