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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Myers


2007-04-09
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - Some big seatrout have been on the flats the past couple weeks throughout the Mosquito Lagoon and north Indian River Lagoon. To find these fish, look for schools of finger mullet in areas with 1-2 feet of water with a bottom that has grass mixed with more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-03-25
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - High winds during the past couple weeks made for some days of tough fishing. On most days, there were fish to be caught but getting a light lure to them with a 15-20 knot wind requires some fancy casting. The past several days have brought an impr more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-03-10
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - This week, we had some great weather and plenty of fish in the Mosquito Lagoon. We saw multiple schools of both redfish and black drum during the last three days. Many of the redfish schools are in extremely shallow water and are easily spooked. Thes more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-02-28
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - The redfish action continues to be steady in the Mosquito Lagoon. There are schools of 20-200 fish as well as singles cruising the flats and dropoffs. Many of the fish are in extremely shallow water targeting small mud crabs and shrimp. A well placed more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-02-19
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - The past week brought some high winds and frigid temperatures to east central Florida. Prior to the arrival of the cold front, we had a few days with some quality fish in the Mosquito Lagoon. Bob from Connecticut fished with me on a cloudy and rai more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-02-10
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - The past two weeks have ushered in some frigid weather to east central Florida. Overnight lows in the 30's and 40's have pushed the water temps in the Mosquito Lagoon and north Indian River Lagoon into the 50's. The fish do not seem to mind the cold more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-02-01
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - Winter has finally arrived here in central Florida. A strong cold front dropped the water temperature to 48 degrees in the Mosquito Lagoon earlier this week. The fish didn't seem to mind all that much, however, it seemed to be more of a bother to the more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-01-20
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - The fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon has continued to be excellent. Schools of reds can be found throughout the Lagoon with some bigger fish beginning to show up. In addition to the redfish, the black drum remain a possibility. Dave B. from Eustis j more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-01-13
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - The beginning of the week brought high winds and high water levels to Mosquito Lagoon. With air temperatures in the 80's and water the mid 70's, fishing was more like spring or fall than mid winter. Strong winds confined us to a protected shoreline f more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2007-01-06
12:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon & North Indian River Lagoon - Above normal water levels and temperatures pushing 80 degrees have made winter fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon seem more like late spring. I cannot complain about fishing in shorts in January, though. Sight fishing for redfish and trout remains hot more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon

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