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Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Reports

11:13 AM

mosquito lagoon and New Smyrna Beach may 2014 - Summer is starting and with the warmer temps we have some hot fishing action . The top water bite has been from good to spectacular in the mornings with the sight casting heating up in the late morning . We still have some nice schools of red fis more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

4:09 PM

April 2014 Fishing Report - With the start of spring comes with some great fishing from Daytona Bch south toMosquito Lagoon the bite is on. We are starting to see some more bait arrive in the waters of new Smyrna Bch and Mosquito Lagoon which brings a great food source for tro more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - Mosquito Lagoon

8:50 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report April 2014 - Mosquito Lagoon is on fire right now! Slot size redfish and big trout are in shallow water and can be caught on a variety of artificial baits like DOA jerkbaits and paddle tails. Big redfish up to 25 lbs are being caught on the drop-offs adjacent to more...
Capt. Jon Lulay - Mosquito Lagoon

8:16 PM

Daytona beach and new Smyrna beach April fishing - With Spring here and spring like weather in the forecast the fishing looks like it will be some hot fishing . We have a great week of warm weather and light winds coming up and the sight fishing for reds should be great . There are still some decen more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

8:46 AM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report March 2014 - Spring is here and the fishing is Red Hot! Redfish are schooling on the flats and are eating a variety of artificials, flies, and live baits. Soft plastic weedless jerkbaits are working great in the early morning for redfish and big speckled trout an more...
Capt. Jon Lulay - Mosquito Lagoon

4:39 PM

March 2014 Fishing Report - New Smyrna Beach,Daytona Beach and Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report March 2014 The harsh winter weather has started to lay down and looks like spring is right around the corner . We have a shrimp run going on right now in the north lagoon with more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - Mosquito Lagoon

8:27 AM

February Daytona beach to new Smyrna fishing forecast - 2/22/2014 we have a great forecast for the next few mornings and the fishing should be lots of fun . This time of year we can use either artificial , live bait or fly to catch red fish and trout in the Mosquito lagoon. The water levels are low and th more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

4:22 AM

Excellent Winter Fishing - The Central Florida winter is here and while the northern states are experiencing some of the worst storms in years, those of us down here are getting epic days outside. With days like we are having here the past few weeks and the next few weeks more...
Capt. Drew Cavanaugh - Mosquito Lagoon

12:14 PM

New Smyrna / Daytona Beach Area Backcountry Flats - A mostly chilly pattern has developed during this winter keeping water temperatures cold in the mid to upper 50's as of now in mid February here in the New Smyrna Beach and Mosquito Lagoon area. Redfish are schooled up, making for fun sight fishing i more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

4:26 PM

February 2014 - February 2014 The weather has been up and down for the last couple of months from winds and rain to extreme cold then back to sunny and in the seventies this has caused the fish to bounce back and forth from different patterns. I have noticed more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - Mosquito Lagoon

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