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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Myers


2016-12-30
7:01 AM

Orlando Saltwater Flats Fishing Report - 2016 ended the same way it started with tail, tails, and more tailing redfish. Everybody's favorite kind of redfish, tailing redfish are happy, hungry, and eager to eat your lure. While you may encounter single fish tipping their tail out of the wate more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Orlando


2016-11-18
11:19 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Thanksgiving Report - With Thanksgiving less than a week away, many people will enjoy some fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon as part of their holiday vacation. Areas of clean water have made sight fishing a viable option for those fishing out of watercraft. The areas north o more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2016-08-07
9:28 AM

Saltwater Fishing Near Orlando - This fishing report covers the closest inshore saltwater fishing to Orlando and Disney. There is no toxic blue/green algae bloom in this area. It is far to the south of Mosquito Lagoon and is not affecting our fishing! The excellent sight fish more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Orlando


2013-12-05
4:05 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - After a spat of bad weather that caused the cancellation of quite a few fly fishing trips, the weather has improved dramatically. The water temperature has dropped into the mid 60's to near 70 and most flats are crystal clear. Baitfish have bee more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2013-08-03
6:39 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The summer fishing during the past couple weeks has been mostly spectacular with a couple busts mixed in. On the good days it has been about as good as it can get. Inshore, the redfish and trout have been very good in Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2013-04-08
3:36 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The fishing for redfish, seatrout, and black drum continues to be outstanding on the flats of the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River. Most of the fish are still in schools with many of them holding 100-300 fish. The water is still crystal clear and sig more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2013-03-13
5:01 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - True to its nature, March has come in like a lion with lots of wind, storm fronts and up and down temperatures. The water levels of the lagoon system have been fluctuating 6-12 inches which is significant when talking about flats that only have 2 fee more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2013-02-02
7:49 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The sight fishing in Mosquito Lagoon has been about as good as it can get in recent weeks. The weather has been generally warmer than usual which has made for some comfortable fishing conditions. To go along with the excellent weather, huge schools o more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2012-12-01
1:23 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - Fishing in Mosquito Lagoon during November offered some excellent sight fishing opportunities for redfish and large seatrout. Many of the redfish are in schools that range from 25 -200 fish. On calm days they can be found tailing on the shallow flats more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2012-09-28
5:56 PM

Mosquito Lagoon / Indian River Report - This can be one of the easiest times of year to catch a trophy sized redfish in Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River. The huge redfish are schooled up for the fall spawn and are about as aggressive as you will ever find them. They will willingly take more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon

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