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Central East Region

Volusia, Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie counties cradle the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon, home of the REDFISH Capital of the World.

Captain Reports


Cape Canaveral Offshore Report
06/23/15 10:09 PM
fishkid

What a great month we had. Both near shore and offshore have been providing plenty of action. This month should be pretty much the same. Mahi may be tapering off but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try. NEAR SHORE, Pogies (bunker) have been more consistent to the south down towards Patrick AFB. Get your live bait and fish just outside your bait pods in the 20/30-foot range. Use 50lb mono with ...full report


New Smyrna Beach,Daytona Beach And Mosquito Lagoon
06/23/15 10:09 PM
patrick rood

June 2015 Mosquito Lagoon,New Smyrna Beach and Daytona Beach Fishing Report I can not believe it is June already it seems like it was just Christmas! But with June also brings great fishing.We have been having good numbers of tarpon and bonita showing up off the beaches lately. Look for the birds diving on the bait pods and they will be holding under the bait. The tricky part is presenting a bait ...full report


Hernando Beach, Florida
05/15/15 12:45 PM
fishdaddy

Opportunity Fish I would like to talk about what I call “Opportunity Fish”. For example; when I’m targeting redfish or trout and I’m moving to and from my flats spots, I come across an opportunity fish. What is an opportunity fish? This may be a cobia, shark, jack, snook or a school of mackerel or bluefish working a bait pod. On a recent charter off of Homosassa, I saw in the distance what ...full report


New Smyrna Beach,Mosquito Lagoon And Daytona Beach FL
05/15/15 12:45 PM
patrick rood

March 2015 Mosquito Lagoon,New Smyrna Beach and Daytona Beach Fishing Report Believe it or not we have had a very nasty winter down here in Florida with a lot of cool weather and very strong winds. But on the other hand compared to the rest of the nation with above normal snow fall I think we are doing just fine. I am hoping with Spring in full affect that the cold fronts are a thing of the past ...full report


Cape Canaveral
05/15/15 12:45 PM
fishkid

Hope everyone had fun cobia fishing last month. Continue to look around the 50/60 foot range for the rays and leatherbacks holding fish. Free swimmers will be abundant continuing through this month as well. If you find some type of color change, weed line or temp break, 70 degrees, in that depth your gold. Buck tails and live bait will do the trick. If they won’t fire on the buck tail follow it up ...full report


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Angler Reports


St. Johns River At The North End Of Lake George
05/01/14 10:11 PM
Bassworld

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.  ...full report


Sebastian Inlet 20 Miles Offshore 120 To 180 Ft
12/30/12 12:43 PM
gcookila

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
gcookila

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
gcookila

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
robpinion

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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