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December 2016

Capt. Patrick Rood
December 12, 2016
Mosquito Lagoon - Saltwater Fishing Report

New Smyrna Beach,Daytona Beach and Mosquito Lagoon Fishing report.

We have already entered the month of December and Santa will be here in just a few short weeks. The weather conditions this year have been very abnormal so far with very few cold fronts and high winds coming from every direction. The fish seem to be undecided on the pattern that they should be in from schooling in the the pot holes one day after a small front to finding them spread out across the grass a couple days later. The cold fronts are what supply the winds we need to lower the water level and water temp's in the lagoon system. So with the higher water and higher than usual water temps the red fish and trout are still holding on the shallow grass flats mixed in with the pods of bait fish. In the northern part of the lagoon around New Smyrna and Edgewater look around the oyster bars that are holding bait and you will find a mixed bag of fish from sheep head, redfish, trout, flounder and snook. The southern lagoons water clarity has been hit or miss with some locations being very clean and others very dirty depending on the high winds we have had lately. When you do find the perfect flat with clear water and bait you will find happy fish. I like to throw plugs in the early morning then switching to ADL spoons and soft plastics as the sun gets higher, The flounder have been moving in thick around New Smyrna and Edgewater and can be caught bouncing the bottom with a soft plastic or shrimp on a jig head. The trout bite has been good through out both the north and south lagoon system. A free lined finger mullet or live shrimp is a great choice if you are trying to target that trout of a life time.
Good luck and be safe!

Capt Patrick Rood
www.spotntailcharters.com
(386)566-1394

Target Species:

Redfish,Trout,Flounder and Snook

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2778 Pelham Cir
Deltona, FL 32738
Phone: 386-566-1394
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