|Volusia, Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie counties cradle the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon, home of the REDFISH Capital of the World.|
|Cape Canaveral BULL RED RUN|
11/25/14 10:37 AM
Fishing the last few weeks out of Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach has been nothing less than stellar. The winds have kept us from running offshore for the most part but with the west/north west winds we have been able to make the beach and shark trips almost daily. The fall run/spawn of the ocean running bull reds has been absolutely amazing. I have to be thankful that they not only showed up a month ago ...full report
|Shark Fishing Cocoa Beach|
11/25/14 10:37 AM
This weeks report is a little different than the previous topics. This week will be on sharkin. The last few weeks in general have been pretty decent on the shark bite. We had many different species and a lot of them. Fishing the bait pods lately has been the key to almost every species. If you throw live bait out in the middle of the bait pod right now chances are you will catch a red drum, bluefish, ...full report
|New Smyrna Beach,Mosquito Lagoon And Daytona Beach FL|
11/11/14 11:22 PM
With the month of November brings the beginning of cold fronts to our area which means you will have to pick your days
wisely do to the wind and rain. When the seas and winds lay down and allow you to navigate the inlets here on the east coast you can still find the larger breeder redfish
holding on the rocks of the jetties. I like to throw a live pin fish or mullet ...full report
|Hernando Beach, FL>|
11/11/14 11:22 PM
Ok, just for the people that don’t know me, I’m Florida born and raised. I really don’t like the cold weather. I know its cold when I have to dig thru my closet for my long pants (which seem to have shrunk a size again) and coats. Now I do like the cool fall weather, just saying.
The fishing in November was great. December should continue to be great fishing. From inshore to offshore ...full report
11/11/14 11:21 PM
Cool Days Hot Fishing
Talk about perfect weather, we are getting it now after the rain we had for many days. The fishing is getting better with each passing day away from the low and the full that was here a week ago. Now it is going off and the fish are feeding much better. It can’t be perfect all the time but you always have to produce fish. Changing tactics and baits colors and locations will ...full report
|St. Johns River At The North End Of Lake George|
05/01/14 10:11 PM
Bass are running 6-13.2 pounds, mostly 6-9 range.
Bream are getting stronger every day, even off the Bass World Lodge dock.
Bass Pro shop is with us again this year.
Look for their new exciting catalog soon,
photo shot from Bass World Lodge and marina.
|Sebastian Inlet 20 Miles Offshore 120 To 180 Ft|
12/30/12 12:43 PM
Had a day off from work on Wednesday and it was only 1-2 ft seas. We started seeing sail fish busting bait at about 150 foot so we set out a four pole spread trolling 7 knots. We had one deep chugger with ballyhoo, one on the down rigger with an islander, port was a naked ballyhoo on a mid range on the out rigger and the starboard was the short ballyhoo on a chugger. First to go off was the deep chugger. ...full report
|Lake Holden And Lake Conway|
12/07/12 8:05 PM
Well the seas have been bad off shore for the last few weeks so most of my fishing has been inland. There have been bass O Pleanty on the two lakes I fish in Orlando. However the size has been on the 1lb. to 3lb. side. For the drop offs we have been fishing a 3 inch size diving rapala 5-6ft. Hugging the top of the grass that grows from the bottom of the lake the bass have been ambushing the heck out ...full report
|35 Miles Out Of Port Canaveral|
08/30/12 11:00 AM
Well, took the boys offshore even with the 50% chance of rain. Drug ballyhoo with skirts on two outriggers, set one deep on a chugger and another down deep about 60 feet on a weighted islander. First rig to go off was the downrigger and low and behold it was a shark but a good one for shark steaks for the grill; so into the fish box it went. Next up was a the deep back and it was a short hit that left ...full report
|Anclote River Fishing Pier|
08/20/12 4:43 PM
On Saturday 8/11, we fished from the pier from about 12-3. We caught lots of pinfish, but also one non-keeper mangrove snapper and one beautiful triggerfish, about 8 inches long. We caught these fishing on the left side of the pier (casting into the channel) near the end, but not at the end using dead shrimp. Using only a tiny piece of shrimp (the size of a man's ring finger nail) on a small hook ...full report
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