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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Myers


2008-10-31
10:58 AM

Great Fishing in Mosquito Lagoon - This week we experienced record cold temperatures in Central Florida. Water temperatures in Mosquito Lagoon plummeted 15 degrees. Fortunately, the fish did not seem to mind the cold as much as I did and were feeding happily throughout the day. Water more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-10-13
9:08 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - The high water persists in the Mosquito Lagoon and has made for some tough days of fishing recently. In addition to being high, the water in many areas is dirty making sight fishing even more challenging. There is no lack of bait as the mullet are ne more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-09-30
5:23 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Mornings on the Mosquito Lagoon have become a bit cooler and yesterday I saw the first white pelican, a sign that summer is over. The Lagoon is full of baitfish of all sizes. Mullet are the primary forage and there have been plenty of them. Since the more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-09-22
6:11 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Weather has been the main factor affecting the fishing here in east central Florida. It appears the calm days of summer left early this year. Clouds, wind and more clouds have taken their place. On the best weather day of last week, the fishing a more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-08-31
1:18 PM

High Water in Mosquito Lagoon - Tropical storm Fay dumped up to 25 inches of rain in parts of east central Florida as it sat on top of us for several days. The water levels in the Mosquito Lagoon rose two feet but have since dropped to over a foot above what they had been. Surprisi more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-08-16
8:29 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Report - The water levels in the Mosquito Lagoon have risen significantly over the past two weeks. Higher water allows the fish to spread out and go to areas that had been nearly dry. The same amount of fish are now in twice the amount of water. Find the righ more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-07-20
9:53 AM

Great Summer Catching in Mosquito Lagoon - The fishing and catching has been about as good as it gets in the Mosquito Lagoon during the past couple weeks. Big redfish have been crushing a shallow running Baitbuster worked on the surface over the schools. For the fly and sight fishing anglers, more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-07-04
2:48 PM

Great Tailing Redfish Action - Water levels in the Mosquito Lagoon have been very low giving the fish less places to roam. In addition to plentiful schools of reds along the deeper edges of the flats, the reds have been tailing in the shallow grass throughout the day. These fish a more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-06-19
1:24 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Water levels in the Mosquito Lagoon are very low which means the fish have less places to hide. Despite the full moon, the redfish, black drum, and trout were all feeding this week. We caught them on fly and spin. With all the mullet around, the DOA more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-06-02
5:54 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Tuesday, I fished with Mike, a fly angler from Ohio. We got an early start hoping for some calm winds but had no such luck. The stiff breeze made finding and staying with the fish tough and made casting nearly impossible. We encountered plenty of red more...
Capt. Chris Myers - Mosquito Lagoon

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