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New Smyrna Beach Fishing Reports


2010-09-12
8:52 AM

September '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - With the onset of September, fall is nearly here. The beginnings of the annual fall bait run are starting to take place locally with daily schools of mullet moving south down the coast and the inshore waters are teaming with finger mullet and hatches more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-08-12
11:54 AM

Redfish on Mosquito Lagoon / Black Drum & Trout in Backcountry - I have had a very busy summer of inshore saltwater fishing trips here on the Mosquito Lagoon flats and in the Backcountry at Edgewater and New Smyrna Beach, Florida. On the grass flats the Redfishing has been very steady with the summer pattern of fi more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2010-08-11
8:00 PM

August 2010 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna & Ponce Inlet Area - The dog days of August are upon us. While the temperatures are red hot, it hasn't slowed the fishing much on the coastal waters around Central Florida. Generally the heat affects fisherman more than it does fish. Redfish dominated the action over the more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-07-02
5:13 AM

July '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - July...it's the same story every year, wondering how half the year passed us by and only half remains. June 2010 will be a month to remember, the fishing was amazing from start to finish. Redfish, tarpon, and speckled trout all were biting extremely more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-06-13
9:51 AM

Fun catching Redfish, Black Drum,Trout,Jacks,Ladyfish, more - Client Bob at 81 years old was along with me on a recent charter fishing trip. He is seen in the picture with 1 of the 4 Redfish he caught, a beautiful 27 fish. We were fishing on the flats at Mosquito Lagoon on a great June day. Also pictured is a more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2010-06-11
6:47 PM

June '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, New Smyrna Backwaters - Entering into June and it won't be long till half the year has already passed us by. A little late, but better then never, we're entering the peak of the spring bait run . Millions of mullet and menhaden (aka pogy's) are moving up the coastline and f more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-05-05
3:03 PM

May 10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Backcountry - Moving right along into May...water temperatures have climbed into the 80's, baitfish have been flooding the inshore waters, manatees are scattered around the Lagoons, and the cobia, jack and tarpon migration is moving up the Florida coastline. A bri more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-05-02
9:50 AM

Redfish on Mosquito Lagoon / Black Drum & Trout in Backcountry - We are always having fun hunting for Redfish when fishing on Mosquito Lagoon. Pictured are my friend and client Randy and his son Scott showing off the 30 Red that Scott caught fishing with me on the flats. We caught 6 Reds while sight fishing a sch more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2010-04-13
4:47 PM

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Well the nice weather has finally arrived! I do not know about you but it is about time. It is as if summer time is indeed approaching. You can just feel this in the air. There is no better place on the planet to fish than here in the summer months o more...
Capt. Drew Cavanaugh - New Smyrna Beach


2010-03-02
9:47 AM

March 10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River Lagoon, NSB Backwaters - March is here and the fishing in East-Central Florida is picking up steam heading into the spring. Water temperatures are consistently warming, and in turn, producing a more consistent bite for all inshore fish. Redfish have been the number one targe more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach

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