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Cocoa Beach Fishing Reports


2005-11-06
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - Hurricane Wilma Slowed Down the Fishing At least for my parties and me Hurricane Wilma slowed down the fishing in the Indian River Lagoon. The water was dirty and the continuing winds have made for some tough fishing conditions. Worse yet, the cat more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2005-10-26
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - Redfish, Trout, Snook, Tarpon The Fall mullet run continues to produce some great fishing. On three trips this week, we managed to catch a little bit of everything. You name it, redfish, trout, snook, jacks and tarpon. A combination like that is ha more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2005-10-11
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - Tarpon Time Between the weather which was brutal last week, and attending the Florida Sportsman Fishing Show in Tampa over the weekend, I have not been on the water for a while. I attended the Tampa fishing show as a representative of the Florida more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2005-10-02
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - Nothiní Like Those Fall Redfish! The water remains high in the Banana River around Merrit Island and Cocoa Beach. The morning winds have been light and favorable to fishing on most days. Mullet remain abundant and the Fall fishing continues to be more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2005-09-25
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - Reds on the roam! The water level in the Banana River remains much above normal. If you havenít been to Kelly Park ramp lately, you will find the water only about 6 to 8 inches below the deck of the walkway. You have to step up to get in a boat! T more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2005-09-19
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - The fall mullet run has started and the redfish are showing up! On the beach or in the rivers, the mullet are present in very large numbers. For those of us who have been waiting along the Space Coast for this annual event it is like manna from h more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2005-09-11
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - September got off to a wet and windy start, but before all the weather, there were a few fish around to be caught. The Banana River around Cocoa Beach and Merritt Island holds some really big redfish and I was still thinking about the huge redfish th more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach


2005-09-05
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island & Port Canaveral - Left the dock about 7:00 on another rain threatening day. Lots of clouds and a wind at about 6 to 8 out of the North East. Jerry, his son Austin, and Grandpa Frank were in Orlando from Indiana hoping to catch enough fish for a fish fry. Turns out t more...
Capt. Ron Presley - Cocoa Beach

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