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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Myers


2009-07-18
1:24 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - This July has been anything but typical for the first two weeks of the month. The water level is higher than usual and the normally slick calm mornings have been few and far between. Places that have held lots of tailing redfish during recent sum more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-07-08
3:41 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The summertime fishing is great but our weather, as of late, has been a bit disappointing. Usually, July brings slick calm mornings which allow you to see redfish tails from a long distance. Nearly every day for the past couple weeks, the wind has be more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-06-23
4:57 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - Fishing in Mosquito Lagoon has been very good the past couple weeks with plenty of large redfish along with trout, big ladyfish, voracious bluefish, and tarpon. Sunday the 14th, New Jersey anglers Eric and Tom had shots at full grown redfish befor more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-06-10
2:41 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - With the summer pattern settling in of mostly calm mornings with late afternoon storms, we are entering my favorite time of year to fish in Florida. While the winter offers great redfish and trout fishing, the summer does as well along with a variety more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-05-30
5:15 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - Last week brought 15-30 inches of rain to east central Florida as a storm system camped out on top of us all week. Charters were cancelled and fishing the flats was out of the question. The influx of water raised the level of the Lagoon over a foot g more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-05-13
7:35 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The Mosquito Lagoon has come alive in the past couple weeks and bait is everywhere. Water temperatures have been reaching the mid 80's during the day as we have been enjoying plenty of sun. Last week, I took advantage of the warm weather and made more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-04-26
4:28 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - Large schools of silver mullet are flooding into Mosquito Lagoon and the game fish are enjoying the new food source. Trout can be seen blasting the bait schools along the edges of many flats. The redfish are taking advantage of the mullet and pin more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-04-14
8:13 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - High winds have been the dominant factor the past couple weeks. On the few days the wind has not been blowing, there have been good numbers of large trout on the flats around the newly arriving finger mullet. The DOA Chug Head rigged on a 5.5 inch CA more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-03-29
7:00 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - While the fishing has remained very good, the winds of March arrived the past two weeks. Unfortunately, there have been plenty of clouds around as well making sight fishing difficult. Water levels have risen over a foot opening up new feeding grounds more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-03-15
2:45 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Tailing Redfish - It was another week of outstanding weather here in central Florida and the sight fishing for redfish is as good as it gets right now. Big schools of redfish are prowling the flats of Mosquito Lagoons and have been tailing and feeding hard all week. T more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon

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