Saltwater Fishing Charters by Lagooner Fishing Guides
Banana River Lagoon Fishing
Saturday March 24, 2018
Capt. Richard Bradley had a great day of fishing with father and son fishing team, (Brad and Josh Jones) on a beautiful February day on the Banana River! Early in the morning we watched tailing redfish on a clear flat and saw a big school of reds swim directly at the boat only to peel away within 15 feet or so. "It was breath taking to see large reds in 18 inches of water", explained Brad as Capt. Richard poled the boat within casting distance of the school.
Josh caught the Lion's share of the fish while dad watched proudly. At day's end the sum total was somewhere around nine very nice trout and two (2) keeper redfish. Although we saw alot more redfish and trout, they were extremely shy in the very shallow lagoon. Try very subtle lures (small weedless spoons or jerk baits). I like the red rippers.
The trout are on the flats again and sunning in the white sand areas. Reds are doing the same as the temperatures are rising. We used live bait for all the fish landed today.
JOSH: Gina found a pinfish in the wash today. mmmm.... seems that it was in the hood of my sweatshirt. Know anything aboutthis?
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Brad Jones and his son Josh pose at the cleaning table with this slot-limit redfish.
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Manatee observation trip at the Florida Power and Light Indian River Lagoon Power plant.
Fishing Slam in the Banana River
Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: May 20 2017 14:40:17.
Published by: Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides©
March - 2018 Fishing Report
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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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