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Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Reports

10:41 AM

Mosquito Lagoon and New Smyrna Beach Nov-Dec 2015 - Well, we finally have some colder weather in the forecast just in time for Thanksgiving. This is what we have been waiting for. With the extended cooler weather, the lagoon will get much clearer quickly so the sight casting will be awesome. The best more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

10:30 AM

DaytonaBeach Area NewSmyrna MosquitoLagoon Redfish - Water temperatures are finally dropping a little now in November to the mid 70 levels after a warm autumn so far in East Central Florida, water levels however are a different story with very high water still in Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River. Plent more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

5:39 PM

New Smyrna Bch,Daytona Bch and Mosquito Lagoon - November 2015 Fishing Report: New Smyrna Bch,Daytona Bch and Mosquito Lagoon With the month of November usually brings the beginning of cold fronts to our area but this year I am starting to wonder. But when the winter time cycle does get more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - Mosquito Lagoon

9:15 AM

Oct2015 NewSmyrna DaytonaBch Lagoon Area - Water levels have been at an epic high flood level on Mosquito Lagoon after a heavy rainy season during late summer, Redfish hunting moves tight to shorelines and on shallower grass flats that are normally to skinny to float a boat, with flood condit more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

2:13 PM

October 2015 - Fishing Report For: Mosquito Lagoon,New Smyrna Beach,Daytona Beach and Orlando Fl With a hurricane off the the coast of FL a week ago causing a strong tidal surge along with a strong tide cycle this past month we have enough water in the Lagoon t more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - Mosquito Lagoon

6:01 PM

2015 fall mosquito lagoon - Fishing report Mosquito Lagoon Fall 2015 Well the whispers of fall are starting to arrive with some cooler temps and wind switching more Northward. Till mid to late October we will still be getting pig fish as bait and having good catches o more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

9:43 AM

NewSmyrnaBeach DaytonaArea MosquitoLagoon - Fall is just around the corner, first cool front passing through central Florida, but water temperatures still at summer levels in the low 80's, Mosquito Lagoon water still cloudy and fairly high, Redfish still in the summer pattern, scattered and in more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

6:58 PM

September 2015 Fishing report - Sept 2015 Mosquito lagoon,New smyrna Beach and Daytona Beach Fishing Report. It's hard believe that fall is upon us and summer is coming to a end. But this also means that there is some cooler weather ahead and even better fishing around the co more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - Mosquito Lagoon

9:55 AM

Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna Beach, Daytona - Late summer 2015 has been good fishing as well as catching, higher water levels after the last few weeks of a good typical afternoon rainy season, lots of baitfish schools, still lots of good fun Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River fishing going on, wit more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

4:18 PM

Aug 2015 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna Beach and Daytona Beach fishing report The fishing here in New Smyrna Beach and Mosquito Lagoon area has been good with double digit days of nice trout and redfish coming boat side along with some jacks , ladyfish, flo more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - Mosquito Lagoon

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