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Mosquito Lagoon and New Smyrna Beach Nov-Dec 2015

Capt. Michael Mann
November 20, 2015
Mosquito Lagoon - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 bets for sight casting are live shrimp, Z-man Paddle Z, and flies. Work the flats slow and look for tailing fish or cruising fish in the shallow clean water. On days with cloud cover, work top water baits around mullet schools or the Z-man jerk Shadz on weedless hooks. The Trout trick on trout eye jig heads will also work great. For the less experienced anglers, try cut mullet on the bottom in sand holes or on the edge of shore lines. The reds will start to school as we get colder and the water drops with the December north wind.
I still have some openings Thanksgiving week and through New Years. Its a great time to enjoy some quality water time with family and friends.
Hope every one has a safe and wonderful holiday season!

Tight lines,
Capt. Mike Mann
Fat Fish Guide Service

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Forecast:

looks promising

Target Species:

red Fish , Black Drum , Trout and Flounder

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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

Contact Info:

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