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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Myers


2010-01-03
8:08 AM

Mosquito lagoon Fishing Report - This is the final Mosquito Lagoon fishing report for 2009. Despite some challenging weather during the month of December, the redfish, trout, and black drum were all willing to eat. With most of the mullet having gone south for the winter, shrimp and more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-12-05
5:31 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Heavy rains the latter part of this week has kept most anglers off the water. Prior to the arrival of the storms, however, the fishing was good for tailing redfish on the shallow flats of Mosquito Lagoon. Georgia angler Ty, and his son Nick, used more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-11-07
6:12 PM

Orlando Redfish Report - Some high winds have descended upon central Florida and are forecast to remain with us for much of the coming week. The wind has made sight fishing difficult but we have managed to catch some nice redfish and seatrout despite the challenging conditio more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-10-31
11:25 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Our summer like weather has continued here in east central Florida. Water temperatures have been near 80 which has kept much of the baitfish schools around. Big gator trout are returning to the shallow flats and can be seen setting up ambush stations more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-10-16
8:17 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The fishing in Mosquito Lagoon so far this month has been challenging. The water is high and, in many places, cloudy making sight fishing difficult. On the positive side, the weather has remained unseasonably warm. This has kept the tarpon around as more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-10-06
8:52 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The fall baitfish run is in full swing both in Mosquito Lagoon and along the east coast beaches. Last week, we had our first cold front of the season push through with a couple mornings in the 50's. On a recent trip, Dan and his son Danny found the r more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-09-17
11:37 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - With the water level having risen over a foot during the past several weeks, the redfish have plenty of areas to visit that were inaccessible during the summer. Many of the large redfish have moved to the deeper basins for their spawn. When you can f more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-09-02
2:31 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - Late August and September are typically the slowest months for the charter fishing business in this area. This gives me plenty of time to fish during what is one of my favorite times of year. That is exactly what I have been doing the past couple wee more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-08-23
10:21 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - The past two weeks have offered some very good fishing opportunities except for a few days of windy weather caused by a passing tropical front. Nearly every day brings legitimate chances to catch multiple species such as redfish, black drum, seatrout more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-08-09
8:08 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - After a two week break to do some fishing with my wife out of town, I returned to Mosquito Lagoon this week to discover the water level had dropped nearly a foot. This was not a bad thing, though, as the fish have less places to go and were plentiful more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon

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