|Volusia, Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie counties cradle the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon, home of the REDFISH Capital of the World.|
|Central Florida Fishing Report|
02/17/16 9:12 AM
Central Florida Fishing Forecast, March 2016
By Captain Tom Van Horn
March\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Central Florida Fishing Forecast
Angling in Central Florida has shown some improvement in these past weeks with the best action coming from anglers fishing freshwater locations like the St Johns River. Cold, rainy and blustery weather conditions combined with higher water levels in the Lagoons ...full report
02/17/16 9:11 AM
Many charters have been calling me and asking if the fishing is any good this time of year. My answer is, the fishing is about as good as it gets right now. The only thing we are dealing with is the winds. When the weather allows and we can manage to get offshore the king fishing is great. Use your standard stinger rigs and frozen minnows. If you find live bait that’s great too.
In the mix of kings ...full report
01/18/16 5:00 PM
Capt Bucky Goldman
Winter is finally here and it couldn’t be more welcomed. This fall had record high temperatures throwing off the usually fall patterns. The water levels remained way above normal and the water clarity was the worst I have seen it. Finally we have a nice cold front approaching and much is to be expected. The winds from the north should cause the water levels to drop. The water temperature will also ...full report
|Mosquito Lagoon , New Smyrna Beach And Daytona Beach FL|
01/18/16 9:29 AM
Mosquito Lagoon, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna beach Fishing Report
The bite has been pretty good here on the Central East Coast of Florida even with the
weather being abnormal for the last couple of weeks. The cold fronts have finally decided to show up and are helping out greatly by cleaning the waters of Mosquito lagoon and allowing some
sight fishing to occur. The Redfish are starting ...full report
|Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast, January 2016|
01/06/16 2:25 PM
As we ring in the New Year, it is once again time to reflect back on the events and accomplishments of 2015, and to count our many blessings. We are truly blessed to live in Central Florida where angling and spending time on the water are year round endeavors. I am also thankful for another great year of fishing with my clients and friends on the esteemed waters of the Indian River Lagoon estuary. ...full report
07/23/15 10:00 PM
I woke up this morning long before sunrise, so I figured I would use that time to get in some aqua therapy. I arrived at the bridge about 1 hour before sunrise and found a few trout hanging around the lights. They were all under slot size so I moved on.
Right at sunrise the tide was perfect to bounce a jig off the bottom looking for flounder. I found 3 of them that were willing to bite. 2 where ...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
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