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fall 2014 mosquito lagoon to Daytona Beach

Capt. Michael Mann
September 25, 2014
Mosquito Lagoon - Saltwater Fishing Report

The Fall is arriving and the lagoon water is cooling off and the fishing is getting hot . Over the next few weeks expect the top water action and jerk baits to be the top producers on the artificial side and finger mullet on the live bait side . Look for pods of finger mullet on top and work the outside edges with top water ( Rapala skitter walks sw8 ) are my choice or jerk baits ( Z-Man) . If no bites switch to and 1/8oz jig with a paddle tail and go deeper . As the weather gets cooler the reds will start tailing in the flats if the water stays high the tails may not be breaking the surface so slow down put the sun at your back and watch for subsurface tails .We still have some tarpon around both inshore and on the beach they should be hanging around for another couple of weeks and the snook are making a great comeback . The Fall is a great time to visit the Mosquito Lagoon .
Capt. Mike Mann
Fat Fish Guide Service
386-295-5991

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Forecast:

cool water and hot fishing

Target Species:

Red trout and tarpon snook

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Fishing the flats and back countruy on Daytona beach to new smyrna beach and mosquito lagoon for Red fish , Trout ,Tarpon and black drum . Specializing in shallow water sight and fly fly fishing for reds in the mosquito lagoon

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Fat Fish Guide Service
2180 Burma Rd.
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
Phone: 386-295-5991
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