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New Smyrna Beach Fishing Reports

6:54 AM

New Smyrna Beach Redfish - December 20th, 2012 New Smyrna Beach & Mosquito Lagoon Redfish The past couple of weeks the inshore flats fishing here on the Mosquito Lagoon in the New Smyrna Beach areas has really taken off. With sustainable weather patterns and clear skies more...
Capt. Drew Cavanaugh - New Smyrna Beach

4:23 PM

December 2012 Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - About time to put a wrap on 2012 and welcome in 2013. Colder weather has been a mainstay over the past 2-3 weeks. Regardless of weather, fishing is always good in Florida. In fact, the colder the better this time of year (extreme cold weather typical more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach

8:07 AM

October 2012 Mosquito Lagoon Redfish Catching - Fishing has been great here on Mosquito Lagoon this October 2012, water temperatures have dropped, reading 73'F a couple days ago, as the water becomes clearer moving towards winter, sight fishing the flats will only improve even more. Redfish and Se more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach

3:39 PM

July '12 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Ponce Inlet Area - Happy Fourth of July to everyone! It won't be long till summer is a faded memory as August is right around the corner. July fishing means any and everything is a potential opportunity. Speckled trout, redfish and flounder provide the most consistent more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach

7:27 AM

June '12 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - Don't blink now, in a few weeks, half of 2012 will have passed us by. Summer months mean everything's a potential target...speckled trout, redfish, tarpon, flounder, jack crevalle, baby grouper, sharks and more. Whether you want to fish them with lur more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach

8:31 AM

April 2012 Mosquito Lagoon Backcountry - March was a fun fishing month with transition patterns here on Mosquito Lagoon Florida, early spring with the warm winter we had, some Redfish remain in their cool water schools, while others have left school, going out on their own in small groups, more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach

4:49 PM

March '12 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Ponce Inlet Area - March is here, but spring started a while ago. It's been an amazingly warm winter and our fish have been on spring time mode for the past 2 months. Things this year have been running about a month ahead of schedule. Baitfish like finger mullet and pi more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach

9:28 AM

January2012 Redfish MosquitoLagoonFlorida/Daytona/Orlando - Another fun year of fishing has begun here on Mosquito Lagoon Florida. So far this January 2012 has seen great weather conditions with cool mornings and some fairly warm days, schooling Redfish have been great fun sight fishing targets, casting selec more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach

4:24 PM

Jan 2012 Mosquito Lagoon,Edgewater,New Smyrna Bch - Here we are with another year going to the past. I hope 2011 was great to everyone and that 2012 brings even more enjoyment to your life. Now lets talk some fishing we have finally experienced our first major cold front of the year which has cleane more...
Capt. Patrick Rood - New Smyrna Beach

8:02 AM

December 2011 - Mosquito Lagoon, NSB, Ponce Inlet Area - Only a few weeks away from Christmas and the start of 2012. Cooler temperatures have taken a firm grip on our weather and the fish are in their winter transition mode. The beautiful thing about fishing in Florida is it's always a good time to go; the more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach

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